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|Caylee Marie Anthony Missing Sunday, June 15, 2008 - Orlando, Florida|
Age: 2, Caylee Anthony was reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy Anthony, on July 15, 2008. At that time Caylee's mother, Casey, said on the July 15, 2008 911 call that her daughter had been missing for "31 days." Date of disappearance is unknown at this point as the mother Casey is not cooperating with authorities
CALL *Orange County Sheriff's Department 1-407-254-7000* or Crimeline at 1-800-423-8477
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|CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE TRANSCRIPTS|
SUPPLEMENT #8 - INCIDENT REPORT (07/30/08) to Arrest Affidavit - Casey Marie Anthony
|Transcribed by www.acandyrose.com (from .pdf file)
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Case # 08-CF-10925
Discovery Documents Set#2 (Pages 44-45)
SUPPLEMENT #8 - INCIDENT REPORT (07/30/08):
On July 17, 2008 Detective Dave Clarke and I met with Amanda Macklin who is the community manager of the Sawgrass Apartments located at 2859 South Conway Road. In speaking with her we were able to get information on Dante Salah who is a friend of Casey Anthony. Dante also lives in the same apartment complex as the alleged babysitter who cared for the victim Caylee Anthony. Detective Clarke and I then attempted to make contact with Dante. Dante was not home and I left a business card with me number for him to contact me.
Detective Clarke and I then attempted to make contact with another friend of Casey Anthony's, Annie Dowling who may have lived at 12221 Lake Mary Jane Road in Orange County. Upon our arrival we met with Annie's father who took my card and said he would have Annie give us a call.
Detective Clarke and I left the above listed address and headed to 4937 Hopespring Drive. On our way Annie called and Detective Clarke spoke with her briefly on the phone. Upon our arrival at 4937 Hopespring we met with Sergeant John Allen.
Detective Clarke and I stood by while Crime Scene Investigators checked out the backyard in regards to a crime line tip that had been received. Sergeant Allen then asked us to go and assist Corporal Melich.
Detective Clarke and I then departed and met with Corporal Melich. Upon our arrival we assisted Corporal Melich in searching Anthony Lazzaro's apartment. We conducted the search with negative results. After the search Detective Clarke and I then returned back to 4937 Hopespring Drive.
On July 18, 2008 I returned to 4937 Hopespring Drive and stood by while Crime Scene Investigators conducted a search of the backyard for evidence. After the search was completed I left the home.
On July 22, 2008 Detective Sue Hempfield and I responded to Avante at Mt. Dora Nursing and Rehab Center located at 3050 Brown Avenue, Mount Dora, FL. Upon our arrival we met with Anne Lenington who is the Director of Nursing. Anne had some information in regards to Caylee. Anne was able to provide us with a copy of the sign in sheet for June 15, 2008 which was Father's Day. Anne said that on June 15, 2008 Cindy and Caylee Anthony were at the facility to visit Alex Plesea. Alex is the father of Cindy Anthony and great grandfather to Caylee.
We then conducted a sworn audio recorded statement with Karen Angel. Karen is a LPN at the facility. Karen said that on June 15, 2008 she remembers seeing Caylee at the facility. Karen said that Caylee come over to her and gave her a hug. Karen did not see any bruises or notice anything out of the ordinary with Caylee.
We then spoke with Shirley Plese a who is the mother of Cindy Anothony, and great grandmother of Caylee. Shirley said she remembers last seeing Caylee on June 15, 2008. She remembers it was Fathers Day. Shirley said after they visited with Alex they left and went back to her home located at 2708 Palmetto Road, Mt. Dora, FI. Shirley said they had dinner and then Cindy and Caylee left later on that evening.
I gave the copy of the sign in sheet to Analyst Joy Mcabe.
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