06-12-2006, 03:02 PM #1Registered User
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GA - Darron Glass, 10, Atlanta, 14 Sept 1980
Missing since September 14, 1980 from Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.
Classification: Endangered Missing
- Age at Time of Disappearance: 10 years old
- Distinguishing Characteristics: Black male.
Circumstances of Disappearance
On September 14, 1980, ten-year-old Darron Glass vanished. He was last seen at his home on Memorial Drive.
Shortly afterwards, his foster mother received an emergency phone call from someone claiming to be Darron, but when she answered the phone, the line was dead.
Darron may be a victim of a two-year-reign of terror in Atlanta, Georgia, that has been labeled "The Atlanta Child Murders." Wayne Williams was arrested and eventually convicted of two of the deaths in the area, however, it is not known if Darron was one of his victims.
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06-28-2010, 11:34 AM #2Former Member
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Remembering Atlanta’s Missing & Murdered Children
Ten-year-old Darron Glass, last seen leaving a church bus at Glenwood and Second Avenue on a Sunday evening in 1980, disappeared and has never been found.
To this day, Williams, now 52 and serving two consecutive life terms in the murders of Cater and Payne, insists he is innocent, most recently to CNN.
After Williams’ trial, authorities closed the books on 22 other killings, expressing confidence that Wayne Williams had committed them as well. Only five, including the vanished Darron Glass, remain officially open.
06-28-2010, 01:57 PM #3
09-07-2010, 02:54 AM #4
Darron is not listed in NamUs at this time.
Darron has been missing 30 years this month. Come home soon sweetie.
07-22-2015, 07:48 AM #5Registered User
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He's still not listed in NamUs and I don't know if his disappearance is still an active and open case for detectives. I hope they are still searching for Darron.
Find a Grave
Darron was a sweet little boy who just wanted to belong to a family of his own that would love him. He was living in a foster home when he suddenly disappeared, and was reported missing on Sept. 14, 1980. A few days later, his foster home received an emergency call from someone that claimed to be Darron. When his foster mother got to the phone, however, there was no one there. Darron's disappearance took place during the time of the Atlanta Child Murders, and he is considered to be one of those victims. It was thought that his remains were found years later when someone tipped the police about where two of the victims' bodies could be found. However, only one victim had been found and identified in that location during that time. And the identity of the other remains found much later could not be confirmed as Darron's. He still has no family to mourn him, and this has become little Darron's only place of remembrance.
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