Terrance Deon Williams
Missing Since: January 12, 2004 from Naples, Florida
Classification: Endangered Missing
Distinguishing Characteristics: African-American male. Sandy brown hair, brown eyes. Williams wore his hair in dreadlocks a the time of his disappearance.
*His ears are pierced. He has a vertical surgical scar on his right shoulder and a dark birthmark on the side of his abdomen.
William's right upper tooth has a gold crown with a letter "T" in it, and the tooth to the right of that one has a solid gold cap with the letter T.
He may use the alias date of birth April 1, 1975. Some agencies give the date of William's disappearance as January 11, 2004. TATTOOS
Terrance has 3 tattoos. The initial "T" in italiac above the left side of his chest, the initials "ET" in square block lettering on his outer right shoulder, and his name "Terrance" in red ink with blue highlights on his left forearm.
A short-sleeved button-down shirt, blue jeans, brown Timberland brand boots, diamond earrings, and a watch with white stones surrounding the face and a silver metal band.
Without a Trace, But Strangely Similar
By CURTIS KRUEGER, Times Staff Writer
Two men disappear. Each was last known to be with the same police officer. At the least, it's "a coincidence in the extreme."
Published May 29, 2005
NAPLES - Somewhere along the wide, palm-lined streets just north of Naples, Felipe Santos vanished.
He disappeared without warning on a Tuesday morning, on his way to work.
Santos and two of his brothers were driving to a construction job, about 6:30 a.m., when his white Ford struck another car beside the Green Tree Shopping Center.
Damage was minor. No one was hurt.
A Collier County deputy arrived at the scene and wrote up Santos for driving without a license, not having insurance and careless driving.
The deputy put Santos in a patrol car and drove away. Later that day, Santos' construction foreman contacted the Collier County jail so his brothers could bail him out.
But Santos wasn't in the jail. He never had been.
The deputy would later say he never arrested Santos, that he decided instead to drive him to a Circle K store and let him go.
That was more than a year ago, on Oct. 14, 2003, and Santos' family has not seen him since.
Months later, a lawyer from St. Petersburg named Linda Friedman Ramirez started looking into the case, trying to figure why a grown man with a young family would simply disappear. At a loss, she went to the Internet and typed in the name of the deputy, "Steven Calkins."
Instead of finding answers, she stumbled onto a deeper mystery....
See Terrance's MySpace page here http://www.myspace.com/findterrancewilliams for more information about his case.