Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by SandyQLS, Jan 28, 2019.
Hope it's not related.
Person found burned in car, south Mississippi
You guys are too good. I finally decrypted CT but can’t figure out the others.
Walmart would be my guess, too. These cases somehow always involve Walmart.
CT's son and a female roommate who has recently moved in.
It’s so sad that someone could end up dead over $2500. That’s a lot of money to me, and I’m sure many others, but it still wouldn’t get you very far in day-to-day living. I’d think it would’ve ran out by now. That’s impossible to know, so it’s JMO only. I know people are killed for just a few dollars, so I think that needs to be kept on the table of options. She’s had such a rough go of it...I wish crappy things only happened to horrid people, like serial killers/molesters/etc. This is all JMO, of course...
Is Danielle’s public missing page still up?
No, it was taken down.
Not really sure, I'm sorry.
I think because of all the hateful stuff being said and messaged to the administrators. Still hoping they find her no matter what.
Really? There’s no reason to act that way on a page dedicated to finding a missing person. As if family and friends aren’t hurting enough.
Any updates on this? I looked and didn’t find anything. I also hope it’s not her!
Just passing through....nothing huh? Ugh Danielle, come home.
Clarification: Check was deposited 2 days prior to Danielle’s disappearance. Not the day of. She did not have a bank acct that we are aware of.
Cashed or deposited? Since she didn’t have a bank account?
Changes the narrative a bit. If she already had the cash that could be what started the argument about money . Someone wanted her to share?
Yikes. Never a good thing if your money is deposited in an account not your own, you lose control of the money. If this happened to Danielle, she was totally trusting whoever owned the account to not spend the money, and to give it back to her when she asked.
Did someone talk her into this? Because it wouldn't have been hard to open an account in her own name with the insurance check.