FL FL - Trinity Robinson, 17, Leisure City, 10 May 1993

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    Trinity Nichole Robinson
    Missing since May 10, 1993 from Leisure City, Miami-Dade County, Florida.
    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: December 11, 1975
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 17 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'1; 125 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; brown eyes. She has an olive complexion.
    Marks, Scars: Robinson has a burn scar below her navel and another scar near her left eyebrow.
    Clothing: She was wearing denim shorts, a black t-shirt and white shoes at the time she disappeared.
    Dentals: Available

    Circumstances of Disappearance

    Robinson's boyfriend, Christopher Michael Phillips, told authorities that she left their residence in Homestead, Florida to walk to work on May 10, 1993 at approximately 3:30 PM. The couple resided on southwest 308th Street with several roommates. Robinson was employed at Todd's Restaurant at 197th Street and South Dixie Highway. Robinson never arrived for her 5:00 PM work shift and has not been seen again.

    The manager at Todd's Restaurant told authorities that Robinson left two paychecks and mail unclaimed at the business. The boyfriend allegedly abused Robinson at the time. Robinson's mother said that the couple often had problems and her daughter returned to North Carolina twice; once in December 1992 and again in May 1993 shortly before her disappearance.

    Robinson's father, who resided in Oklahoma in 1993, told investigators that his daughter attempted to call him collect at approximately 1:30 AM on May 11, which was the time her restaurant shift would have ended for the night. Her father stated that he did not accept the charges and never spoke to Robinson, saying they had a phone conversation several days earlier. Authorities said that Robinson's father never heard his daughter's voice during the call and it is not known if she actually placed the call to Oklahoma.

    Robinson's mother said that her daughter may have been preparing to return to to her family's home once again shortly before her May 10 disappearance. Robinson asked her attorney in North Carolina to forward an insurance settlement check worth more than $7000 to Todd's Restaurant in Homestead. Robinson's roommates in Florida reportedly told law enforcement officials that she said she planned to return to North Carolina after the check arrived.

    Foul play is suspected in Robinson's disappearance.

    July 19, 2006, Christopher Michael Phillips, 33, has been charged in the death of Trinity Nicole Robinson. Phillips was her boyfriend the time of her disappearance.

    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Miami-Dade Police Department
    Homicide Division
    Brett Nichols


    Burlington Police Department

    Agency Case Number: 236373N

    NCIC Number: M-450917250

    Please refer to these numbers when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    Child Protection Education of America
    WXII 12
    WXII 12
    The Doe Network: Case File 901DFFL


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