911 calls released in death of missing mother found burned and naked after sending cryptic text – WSB-TV Channel 2
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Police have launched to Channel 2 Motion Information the 911 calls within the case of an Athens girl discovered useless after she disappeared.
Deborrah Collier, 59, was discovered burned and bare in a wooded space in Habersham County on Sept. 11. round 1 p.m. The world she was discovered was about 13 miles away from the Household Greenback retailer that’s believed to be the final place anybody noticed her.
Police mentioned she despatched her daughter greater than $3,000 on Venmo with a message saying “they aren’t going to let me go,” and directions on the place to discover a home key.
Collier’s daughter Amanda Bearden and her husband Steve Collier reported her lacking on Sept. 10.
Bearden mentioned she tried calling her mom, however she didn’t reply. Bearden mentioned her mom solely took her debit card and driver’s license along with her and left in a black Chrysler van that she had rented after wrecking her personal automotive.
“I do have the rental settlement quantity in the event that they wanted that. If they may possibly hint the GPS by it,” Bearden instructed the dispatcher.
In a 911 name, Steve Collier mentioned he had been gone all day parking vehicles at a soccer sport and when he returned, his spouse’s rental van was gone. He instructed the dispatcher that he thought Deborrah went to the shop for meals like she usually did on Saturdays.
Nonetheless, his spouse left her driver’s license and bank card behind. Steve Collier additionally talked about the textual content message that his step-daughter mentioned she acquired two hours earlier than he made the 911 name.
A girl figuring out herself as Collier’s sister, Diane Shirley, additionally referred to as 911 hoping to get extra data on her sister’s case. She instructed the dispatcher that her niece mentioned Collier was in an accident a month earlier than her disappearance.
Shirley: “She was on the street and following this truck. This truck misplaced a paint can and the paint can hit my sister’s automotive and the paint went in all places. The motive force tried to persuade my sister to not inform the cops he was driving as a result of he was out on parole and there was a stipulation to his parole that he couldn’t drive.”
Dispatcher: “Do you suppose that was instructed to anybody else? Do you suppose that was instructed to the officers?”
Sister: “That’s…from my niece.”
Dispatcher: “I don’t know if the officer is aware of that. However I can have him name you if you wish to cross that alongside to him.”
Sister: “I might actually admire that. I’m in Alabama. And he or she’s not speaking very effectively with us and I would love to know what’s occurring.”
In keeping with an incident report obtained by Channel 2, Collier was concerned in a wreck involving a truck. Nonetheless, the accident occurred on April 30, 4 months earlier than Collier’s disappearance.
“Driver 1 had metallic objects on the highest of the van with the ladder. A number of objects flew off the van and hit automobile 2 leading to harm on the driving force facet of car 2. No accidents,” the report said. Police cited the driving force.
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Thus far, the investigation into Collier’s dying has produced no suspects. Deputies mentioned outcomes of an post-mortem to find out Collier’s explanation for dying are nonetheless pending.
“We don’t consider that it is a random act of violence. We don’t consider this was the act of a serial killer,” deputies mentioned Friday. “We consider that this act was deliberate and private.”
“Please perceive that this case may be very advanced in nature and has lots of questions and unknows that aren’t typical for a dying investigation,” deputies mentioned. “It’s going to take considerably extra time than the 19 days which have handed to unravel this crime.”
Anybody with data relating to this investigation is inspired to contact Investigator Cale Garrison at (706) 839-0559 or Investigator George Cason at (706) 839-0560.
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