Connect with us

2010s

Candice Aliciea Taylor Went Missing Before Partial Remains Were Found

Her mother is still searching for answers—and the rest of her body.

Published

on

Candice Aliciea Taylor

The case of Candice Aliciea Taylor has been solved—well, not really. It was back in March 2017 when Candice was last seen. Then, later on that month on March 28, the police responded to a call about two human legs being found in a trash bin at the Local Waste Services.

The medical examiner told investigators that the legs possibly belonged to a woman in her thirties between 5 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 11.5 inches tall. Found with the legs was a size 10 brown fur boot. Two years later, DNA revealed that the remains belonged to Candice, but detectives still weren’t any closer to learning how or why the young woman died.

 

It’s reported that the 21-year-old missing woman’s case is being investigated as a possible homicide. The Columbus Dispatch reports that in 2017, police did track the trash collector’s route and it led them to “New Albany, Dublin, Hilliard and the city’s West Side.” No other remains have been located at the time of this publication. Investigators are asking the public to help bring closure to Candice’s loved ones.

Candice’s mother, Theodora Taylor, told ABC6 News that someone was messaging her as Candice all the way until June 2017. “Her phone was hacked,” Theodora said. “Through messenger on Facebook she was still responding to me.” She added, “I don’t know if the person scattered her, has some parts with him, that’s why I’m getting frustrated with police.”

“I’m not going to forget about it,” said Theodora. “Her parts may never pop up; I’m not going to stop looking. I’m not going to give up on her. I’m not okay with just having my daughter’s legs, who would be okay with that?”

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Columbus Police Department at 614-645-8534 or Central Ohio Crime Stoppers at 614-461-8477.

Please share this story about Candice Aliciea Taylor to help resolve this case. She is our sister and her life matters.


Follow Our Black Girls on Facebook and Instagram to stay updated on the latest cases as soon as they’re posted here on the website!

2010s

Donna Calloway: Police Refused To List Her As A Missing Person

The mother of eight vanished in 2018 but authorities wouldn’t allow her sister to file a report until a year later.

Published

on

Donna Calloway Missing

Ever since 39-year-old Donna Calloway went missing in June 2018 after last being seen leaving her home in Alabama, Kawonna Abner has been actively searching for her sister. Kawonna told reporters that she contacted police back in 2018 to let them know that no one had seen or heard from Donna, but she alleges that Montogomery, Alabama authorities wouldn’t allow her to file a report until August 2019. So, that became Donna’s official missing date listed in various agencies, but her loved ones know that just isn’t true. (more…)

Continue Reading

Follow Our Black Girls

Facebook

Popular Cases

Joanna Wright Was Kidnapped in Broad Daylight In 2016
Keir Johnson & 8-Month-Old Daughter Vanished Before Beach Trip In 2017
Selena Dukes, 23, Killed While Helping Friend In Domestic Dispute
Asia Martin Went For a Walk & Never Returned In 2005
Julii Johnson Was Killed In A Murder-For-Hire Plot By Boyfriend's Ex-Girlfriend [2017]
Jessica Edwards: Police Rule Missing Mother's Case As "Suspicious"

Recent Posts

Twitter

Please Consider Donating

Trending