Tag: missing black girl

MURDERED — Remains Of 5-Year-Old Taylor Rose Williams Possibly Found In Alabama, Mother Arrested

Police, along with the residents of Jacksonville, Florida, searched diligently to find five-year-old Taylor Rose Williams. The little girl was reported missing on November 6 and almost immediately an Amber Alert was issued. According to reports, Taylor’s mother, Brianna Williams, wasn’t being cooperative with police, so authorities began to expand their efforts and asked the public for help. They wanted to know if anyone saw or had contact with Brianna or Taylor anywhere in Florida or Alabama. Continue reading “MURDERED — Remains Of 5-Year-Old Taylor Rose Williams Possibly Found In Alabama, Mother Arrested”

MISSING (08/01/2018) — 13yo Girl Disappeared After Going Out to Walk Her Dog

It’s been over four months since 13-year-old New York resident Toni  Boyce has gone missing, but her story is just now gaining traction. And by “gaining traction” I mean listed in national databases for missing persons.

The teenager left her home in Bedford-Stuyvesant (Bed-Stuy) on Macon Street near Malcolm X Boulevard on August 1 around 4:00 a.m. to take her dog for a walk. Toni and her black-and-white Shih Tzu have never been seen or heard from again.

According to Toni’s family, the young girl didn’t have any mental health issues or physical conditions that would cause her to wander off or become debilitated.


Toni is described as being 5’5″ tall and weighing 160 pounds. She has black hair, brown eyes, and had her natural hair styled in an afro puff ponytail. It is unknown what she was wearing when she went missing.

Anyone with information regarding the mysterious disappearance of this young teenager is urged to contact the New York City Police Department at (212) 694-7781 or by using the information provided on the flyer below.


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