Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by los2188, Apr 3, 2017.
Family hasn't seen missing Crestview woman for a week
Imho...Crestview is small and very country. Destin is sorta a ritzy tourist area.
Not sure if this will help find Calandra but I wanted to offer what I know from growing up in this area.
IMO the guy who was driving her car knows and is probably responsible for what happened to her.
What a beautiful lady. Hope she is found!
"It turned out that there might have been a link between the two women and there might have been a common boyfriend," Hughes said. "We can't talk about that at this point."
Her facebook https://www.facebook.com/MizzKandikizzes
From reading fb, she has two little girls.
Sad for her daughters.
Her facebook says she is from Crestview, living in Pensacola and working in Destin.
I hope she comes home safe and sound.
Calandra went missing on March 27. Her vehicle was spotted leaving a Motel 6 in Destin a few days later.
According to an arrest report, her boyfriend and another woman were in the vehicle but she was not.
It has now been more than 20 days since Calandra was last seen and there are no new leads.
Calandra Stallworth Is still missing but there are no updates.
If the driver was arrested what happened to the girl in the passengers seat? What happened to the car?
This story is not good at all, I hope they are all over the people who had her car.
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I agree one or both know what happen to her!
[h=1]Missing Crestview woman confounds law enforcement[/h]
Still missing, featured on "Missing in America"
[h=1]Woman still missing after 4 months[/h]
Calandra Stallworth, a 29-year-old mother of two, was reported missing once before she disappeared entirely in late March.
That afternoon, upon hearing that she was missing, Stallworth reportedly went to the Crestview Police Department sometime between 3 to 5 p.m. to state that she was back, closing the initial case.
I asked the CPD to (show us) the video footage of her supposedly walking in the police station and saying that shes not missing.
Brian Hughes, the public information officer for the CPD, said there was nothing unusual about destroying security camera footage because it is destroyed automatically every two weeks.
That video was just a security video and I think it recycles every two weeks, he said.
Four years of Dateline’s Missing in America: 90 still missing
Missing womans family continues to seek answers
It appears 2017 will draw to a close for the family of Calandra Stallworth with few answers as to what has become of her.
Stallworth, a Crestview resident, was last seen March 29, when she reportedly went to the citys police department headquarters to notify authorities she was not missing, as her family had reported two days earlier. She told police she had been in Alabama with her boyfriend.
For whatever reason, Stallworth, who from all accounts was extremely close to her family, did not reunite with them after stopping in at the police station.
Family members had last seen Stallworth March 27, according to reports, when she dropped off her two young daughters at her grandmothers house next door on her way into work at the Hilton Sandestin Beach.
Stallworth had called on the evening of March 27 to report she was on her way home, but she never arrived.
Another development in the case came four days after police said they had contact with Stallworth. Antwon Montrex Smith, Stallworths boyfriend of more than three years according to Knight, was pulled over driving her car.
Smith was with another woman, 18-year-old Taleah Durm. Stallworths purse and cellphone were in her car, Knight said, but she was not.
Smith, who was arrested on the night the car was pulled over for possession of cocaine, driving without a license and a probation violation, told officers he had dropped off Stallworth at another mans residence.
Police department spokesman Brian Hughes confirmed the case remains an active investigation and Crestview police have enlisted the help of the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in the search for a break in the Stallworth case.
Smith, 33, is serving a 15-month prison term at the Florida State Prison in Raiford on several charges. He is scheduled for release in June of 2018.