Unknown Lynda Robin Meier Killer- Florida- 2010 Oct 13, 2016 3:14:06 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Oct 13, 2016 3:14:06 GMT -5
(Above: Meyer, circa 2010 photo credit: Charley Project)
Missing Person Profile as of October 13th, 2016: (Based on Charley Project website)
Missing Since: June 4, 2010 from Hallandale Beach, Florida
Date Of Birth: February 16, 1970
Age (at time of disappearance): 40 years old
Height and Weight: 5'8, 135 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian female. Black hair, brown eyes.
TIPS: Anyone having information should call the Hallandale Beach Police Department (Florida) at 1-954-457-1400
From the Charley Project:
Meier was last seen after she left her condo in the 1800 block of south Ocean Drive in Hallandale Beach, Florida on June 4, 2010. Driving her red 2007 Cadillac Escalade with the Florida license plate number LI7DA, she went to a drive-up ATM at the Bank of America in the 800 block of east Hallandale Beach Boulevard. She withdrew a large sum of money, then drove away. A stoplight surveillance camera captured her image at the intersection of Hollandale Beach Boulevard and Federal Highway at approximately 5:30 a.m. She has never been heard from again. A photograph of a vehicle similar to hers is posted below this case summary.
Two African-American males separately tried to use Meier's ATM cards to access her bank account only about an hour after she was last seen. The men wore dark-colored clothing and hooded jackets, and covered their faces. Two days after Meier's disappearance, two females used Meier's credit card at a <i>Wal-Mart</i> store near Miami Lakes, Florida. Police were able to identify and question the women, who said a man had given the card to them. On June 13, investigators found Meier's car in Opa-locka, Florida, not far from where the men had tried to use her ATM card. It was in good condition. Authorities stated someone had used a cleaner on the car to get rid of evidence. There was no sign of Meier at the scene.
Antwan Terrell Kennedy and Dallas King are considered persons of interest in Meier's disappearance. Photos of both men are posted below this case summary. The three of them knew each other. Meijer met Kennedy when he was a teenager and she was a volunteer working with underprivileged youth, and they later dated for a time. After they ended their romantic relationship they remained friends, and he was the last person she is known to have spoken to. King had Meier's watch, credit card and driver's license in his possession after she went missing. Both King and Kennedy admitted they attempted use her credit and debit cards after her disappearance. Two women were also caught using the cards at a <i>Wal-Mart</i> in Miami, Florida, but neither of them are considered suspects in Meijer's case.
Kennedy was on probation for aggravated battery at the time of Meier's disappearance, and in 2014 he was sent to prison for unrelated crimes. He had been accused of murder in 2007, but that charge was dropped after he produced four alibi witnesses. King has prior convictions for robbery and, after Meier went missing, was convicted of armed robbery and sentenced to life in prison. Both men both maintain their innocence in Meier's disappearance.
Meier graduated from North Miami Beach High School. She got a degree in pharmacy from Nova Southeastern University in 1999. She was unemployed at the time of her disappearance, wasn't dating anyone and doesn't have any children. Her case remains unsolved and foul play is suspected.
(Above: Left: Cadillac Escalade Center: Antwan Kennedy Right: Dallas King Photo Credits: Charley Project)
Thoughts? I am placing Lynda's case in the Missing on TV section since her disappearance was profiled as a web-exclusive case on America's Most Wanted's old website.
Sadly, in December 2018, Lynda Meier's remains were found buried near northwest 215th Street in Miami Gardens, Florida. Authorities have announced that they consider her death a homicide. According to online articles, Authorities ask anyone with tips about Meier and events during the weeks leading up to her death to contact the FDLE (Florida Department of Law Enforcement) in Miami at 1-800-226-3023.
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