21 year old Danielle T. Brown has been missing since Friday, February 5, 2010, in Tallahassee, FL when she was last seen at 8:30pm leaving her residence in the 7200 block of Springhill Road. Danielle Brown was driving a 1994 Silver Buick with Florida Tag 694YBX and wearing South Pole brand jeans and a yellow shirt.
Danielle T. Brown description:
- DOB: 08/03/1988
- Race: White
- Sex: Female
- Height: 5’2″
- Weight: 130lbs
- Eyes: Brown
- Hair: Red/Auburn
On February 8, 2010 the vehicle of missing Danielle T. Brown was located at approximately 10:00 am by the Pavo, Georgia Police Department. They responded to the report of an abandoned vehicle found at the Pavo City Refuse Site.
On February 8th, three days after Brown’s disappearance, her car was found at the Pavo, Georgia dump with the license plate removed.
Thirty-five year-old Elijah James, who authorities called her on again, off again boyfriend, is charged with stealing and burning Brown’s car.
Authorities and community members have searched Miccosukee, Florida; and more than 100 officers sifted through garbage in landfills in Thomas County.
“Hopefully they’ll find her because I know she’s got a family.” Said, Chastaine.
Pieces of Brown’s driver’s license and her cell phone were found in Beachton, Georgia on February 15th.
But, deputies still need more pieces of the entire puzzle to resolve her disappearance.
The fact thatBrown’s ex-boyfriend Elijah James has been arrested on arson and car theft charges is hardly a positive sign to this missing persons case. One, driving a vehicle of a missing person where the individual did not have permission to drive.Two, abandoning the vehicle in a dump so to hide the vehicle and three, burning the vehicle in an attempt to hide evidence. All terrible signs in finding Danielle T. Brown alive.
Brown’s ex-boyfriend, Elijah James, was arrested Tuesday on a first-degree arson charge after Brown’s car was found in the dump. The car had been damaged by fire. James, who is being held in the Leon County Jail, faced an additional charge of grand theft of a motor vehicle Thursday after witnesses said they saw him driving around Pavo alone in the car Saturday. Brown’s father is the owner of the car. He said James didn’t have permission to drive it.
Thursday, there were singed stumps and other pieces of wood in the dump. The woods surrounding the acreage were also searched. Twelve-to-15-foot bamboo-looking stalks filled the muddy city dump which is next door to a park on West McDonald Street in Thomas County. On the other side of the dump is a small pond where officers searched its murky depths with underwater gear.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at 850-922-3300.