Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by rainynights, Nov 6, 2019.
I’m almost caught up
FL - FL - Taylor Rose Williams, 5 Nov 6 2019 Media Maps Timeline No Discussion
Anyone can help keep her media and timeline /map thread updated - link with 10% Mainstream media
AMBER ALERT: Police look for people who saw mom, missing girl in past 6 months
Thanks for posting this, tabitha111--I had been thinking the same thing, but didn't have the first-hand knowledge.
UPDATE: First Coast Crime Stoppers announced Thursday that it is offering up to a $4,000 reward to anyone with information that can help find 5-year-old Taylor Williams. READ>>https://firstcoastnews.com/article/news/local/day-2-still-no-sign-of-missing-5-year-old-taylor-williams-more-than-24-hours-after-disappearance/77-6e570f92-5fd1-4b39-945e-291f79362b45
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She is a first class, and I thought I read somewhere that she was an IT1.
It seems that Mom was moving to a new apt. on Sunday (Nov 3), and Taylor was not seen by the movers. No MSM info for Mon or Tues (Nov 4/5), but some time Tues night/Wed morning, she posted an ad on CraigsList looking for a babysitter for Taylor, b/c hers "bailed". Hopefully, LE can find video footage of her entering/exiting her apt and/or car, going to work, shopping, etc. to confirm if Taylor was with her at all within that time period. With the sheriff wanting to find someone who's seen Taylor w/in the last SIX MONTHS, there's no telling how far back they'll have to check :<
ETA: Taylor was reported missing by Mom on Wed morning, Nov 6.
Agreed about security cam. evidence.
The best source right now; imo.
Witness evidence can be faulty and even Taylor's relatives haven't seen her for 6 months or longer !
If the mom cut off contact 2 years ago.
Thank you for your hard work!
Are there cameras on the properties?
Sometimes I just hate being right.
6 months - Good Lord, we may never find this sweet child.
We all said it...here we go again. Damn!
Really want to know why she cut off her family 2 years ago. I think this is going to be extremely significant to what has tranpired now.
I feel sick.
Thanks for the mileage @HayLouise ! So definitely not a distance a 5 year old could cover on her own. It looks like LE is conducting a dual investigation like we see more often when littles disappear.
Something smells awfully stinky in this case. Any word on anyone seeing Taylor recently apart from her mother? Any statements from other family members?
My daughter is in for a visit so I'm only checking sporadically so many thanks to all of you who are keeping us updated!
ETA: Apologies for asking redundant questions - I didn't realize I was so far behind.
"confirmed to be a Petty Officer First Class"
What we know: Search for missing Jacksonville 5-year-old
For those, like me, who are military-illiterate, this may be helpful:
U.S. Navy Ranks List - Lowest to Highest
It’s too much. Yet another poor child. I hope someone finds something soon
What information was used to issue the Amber Alert?
From what we knew, the requirements were not known as to type of vehicle or description of person. I was surprised to see one was issued.
Just catching up this evening and sadly, this is always one of the first questions we always ask here, isn't it? "Who was the last person to see this missing child, besides the person who reported them missing?" I really hope things turn out different this time.
Every state has their own guidelines. Florida doesn't require a suspect description, whether it's of a person or a vehicle. All they need is the child's physical description and "clear indication" that they were abducted (I believe "clear indication" is up to local LE's discretion).
The use of the AA was questioned and I’m not sure what excuse they gave but one of our locals mentioned this Sheriff didn’t use it in an earlier case and the child was found dead - I think that was on the first few pages of the thread. Obviously now that the mom is not cooperating and they don’t even have a last seen date - it seems like it is unnecessary but I don’t know who makes that decision. My hope is that people come forward and we at least get a date - I don’t know how they even investigate without that
Williams' colleague says he's worked at NAS JAX for nearly a decade, but they’ve worked together on the base for the last two years, where they're both First Class Petty Officers in the Tactical Operations Center.
He says she always spoke fondly of her daughter. He never met or saw Taylor Williams in person, but he says that wasn’t unusual at work. He recalled seeing Williams’ picture with her daughter as the screensaver on her computer.
Colleague: Mother of missing 5-year-old returned to work Thursday, looked like someone who 'had cried their last tear'