WATCH: New video shows missing Belle Isle mom on day of disappearance
BELLE ISLE, Fla. – New video released Monday shows a missing Belle Isle woman in Orlando on the day of her disappearance, according to Belle Isle police. Stephanie Hollingsworth, a wife and mother of three, has been missing since Sept. 25, according to police. “It’s just amazing that we have no idea at this point what happened,” Scott Hollingsworth said. The Belle Isle police chief said they’re searching, too, though they believe she may be in danger because Stephanie’s disappearance is out of character. If you’ve seen Stephanie Hollingsworth or know where she is, you’re asked to call the Belle Isle Police Department or Crimeline right away.
Investigators search Florida landfill in case of missing mom
The federal agency did not provide many details about the Leila Cavett investigation, including how they zeroed in on the Monarch Hill Landfill in Pompano Beach, the South Florida SunSentinel reported. Cavett is from Jasper, Alabama, and had lived in Atlanta before she went missing during a trip to South Florida. He has admitted to spending the day with her when she arrived in South Florida, but denies anything to do with her disappearance. Court documents say he is homeless and has no ties to South Florida, which makes him a flight risk. That day, Ryan used a debit card to make purchases at the RaceTrac gas station and Walmart, law enforcement officials say.