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Orlando: Cold Case, Missing Woman

Date: October 25, 2008

Missing: Toshia Savoy

Age: 31
Height: 5’00 Weight: 120
Hair: Red/ Brown
Eyes: Blue
Tattoos: Right breast, right hip
Scars: Surgical scar- right lower leg
Surgical scar – left wrist & elbow

Toshia Savoy was last seen on foot in the area of Lee Road and I-4 on 10/25/2008. It is believed that she disappeared under suspicious circumstances.

 
 
 
 

Winter Park: Missing Person

Date: May 24, 2010

Stephanie Edwards was last seen on May 24, 2010 around 11pm. She left her home and stated she would be back within an hour. Her cell phone and other personal items were left behind. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to call Crimeline.

 
 
 
  Tracy Ocasio

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Ocoee: Missing Woman

Date: May 27, 2009

Missing: Tracy Ocasio
Ocoee police want to find a woman who hasn't been seen for days. Police say 27-year-old Tracy Ocasio was last seen Wednesday (05/27/09) night leaving the Taproom on Raleigh Street after the Orlando Magic game. However, Ocasio never made it home. Her car was found abandoned on Franklin Street in Ocoee.She was last seen wearing dark hoodie, black tank top, jeans and baseball hat.

 
 
 
 

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Orlando: Missing Woman

Missing: Jennifer Kessee

Age: 24

Missing since January 2006

-Missing from Mosaic at Millenia condominiums

-Vehicle recovered at Texas Ave. and Americana (Huntington on the Green condominiums

 
 
 
 

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Leesburg: Missing Toddler

Missing: Trenton Duckett

DOB: 08/10/2004
Sex: Male
Race: Asian/Caucasian
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Height: 2.5 - 3.0 ft
Weight: 30
-hair low cut, shirt, blue denim shorts no shoes

Missing From: 1416 Griffin Rd 48
Missing Since: 08/26/2006
Details: child was last seen in Lady Lake Saturday afternoon. Anyone seeing Trenton’s mother, Melinda Duckett, or her vehicle in the vicinity of the Ocala National Forest or the Orlando area on Saturday or Sunday 08/26/06 or 08/27/06 is urged to call.

 
 
 
 

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Lake: Missing Palm Bay Firefighter

Missing: Brandy Hall

Hall disappeared on Aug. 17, 2006. Her truck was pulled from the bottom of a secluded pond off of Treeland Boulevard. Investigators said they found a significant amount of blood in the truck.

Hall was last seen leaving the Malabar Volunteer Fire Department, where she had worked for about a year. Her firefighting gear was found floating in a secluded pond off Treeland Boulevard.

 
       
 

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Orlando: Missing Woman

Missing: Melisa Sloan


On May 9, 1994, Melisa Sloan was reported missing to the Orlando Police Department. Sloan lived at 1921 Kirkman Road, apartment #211, in Orlando, Florida where she lived with her husband, John Sloan. There was a history of domestic violence between Melisa Sloan and her husband. Within two months of his wife’s disappearance, John Sloan divorced Melisa Sloan. Attempts to re-interview John Sloan met with negative results. John Sloan refused to speak with the police about the disappearance of his wife.

 

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