Yolanda Boyland, 41, Left Her Sister’s Home & Vanished In 2011

Posted on July 13, 2020, 12:42 am
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The family of Yolanda Boyland did their best to help the 41-year-old however they could. She didn’t have a permanent home of her own and often stayed with relatives. Information regarding why Yolanda didn’t have her own residence is unclear, but on March 18, 2011, she disappeared from Memphis, Tennessee.

It’s reported that Yolanda Boyland may have been staying with her sister at the time of her disappearance. For some unknown reason, Yolanda either became angry at her sister or got into an argument with her sister, causing Yolanda to storm out of the home. It’s unclear where she was headed, if she planned on meeting up with another person, or if she had a cell phone that could be tracked by authorities. What has been reported is that Yolanda Boyland was never seen or heard from after she walked out of her sister’s home, leaving investigators puzzled and her family deeply concerned.

In an unrelated incident in 2013, Yolanda’s then-12-year-old niece Kimmiracle Langston suffered devastating news after the little girl’s father, 43-year-old William Langston, reportedly murdered his wife and Kimmiracle’s mother, 35-year-old Kimberly Langston. William Langston was later arrested and charged with voluntary manslaughter.

At the time of her disappearance, Yolanda Boyland was 4 feet 8 inches tall and 90 pounds. She had brown hair and brown eyes. What Yolanda was wearing when she went missing is unknown. She would be 50-years-old at the time of this publication.

Anyone with information is urged to contact the Memphis Police Department at 901-636-3700 or their local authorities.

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