Stephanie Hollingsworth Wiki – Biography
Stephanie Hollingsworth, Florida authorities searching for a missing mom who vanished running errands uncovered her car in a pond with a body inside.
She was last seen driving a silver Chevy Tahoe, which was discovered Saturday submerged in Belle Island, news station WFTC reported.
In a recent interview, Hollingsworth said he initially assumed his wife was running errands on the day she disappeared. He said, however, that he got worried when she didn’t return that night.
“She kind of worked at 100 miles an hour,” he said recently. “Run and go, that’s how she was. She was very high-energy.”
Hollingsworth said he eventually found a backpack full of belongings that she had packed, leading him to believe she had checked herself into a mental health facility.
“She was a fighter. She was prepared to heal herself,” he said in a previous interview.
Stephanie Hollingsworth had struggled with alcoholism but the family said she recently expressed plans to seek help.
Stephanie Hollingsworth Age
Stephanie Hollingsworth has died at the age of 5-years-old.
Husband & Children
Her husband, Scott Hollingsworth, said that his wife would never leave for more than a few hours without telling anyone where she was going, People magazine reported.
“This isn’t like her at all,” he said, adding, “She loves her boys and would never voluntarily be away for this long.”
Missing & Searching
Hollingsworth, 50, went missing on Sept. 25 and was last seen that afternoon on surveillance footage at a Walmart Supercenter on South Goldenrod Road.
The mother of three left her home in the SUV around noon on Sept. 25 to run errands, police said. Her debit card was last used around 2 p.m. that day when she withdrew $20 from an ATM at a Bank of America.
Her family has spent weeks searching for the mother of three after she inexplicably left in the Tahoe, leaving behind her phone and other belongings. Daily search parties were dispatched from the Walmart where she was last seen, with maps crossing off areas already covered by relatives and volunteers.
Belle Isle Police Department Chief Laura Houston issued a statement on Thursday officially ruling out her husband, Scott Hollingsworth, and other relatives as being persons of interest in the investigation.
Scott Hollingsworth did not immediately respond to a phone call requesting comment on Saturday.
Police searching with a drone spotted the vehicle underwater in the pond near Dowden Road and Story Time Drive.
An SUV possibly belonging to a Belle Isle woman who has been missing for three weeks has been found in a retention pond with a person dead inside, the Orlando Police Department said Saturday evening.
The champagne-colored Chevy Tahoe believed to belong to Stephanie Hollingsworth was found underwater in the city’s southeast end during a drone search conducted by searchers working with the family, the department said in a statement.
Florida authorities searching a missing mom who vanished running errands uncovered her car in a pond with a body inside.
Stephanie Hollingsworth, 50, was last seen driving a silver Chevy Tahoe, which was discovered Saturday submerged in Belle Island, news station WFTC reported.
Orlando detectives said late Saturday that they confirmed the license plate on the SUV matches the plate on Hollingsworth’s vehicle. Police have not confirmed that the person found in the vehicle is Hollingsworth.
“The Belle Isle Police Department is aware of the discovery and has been in contact with the Hollingsworth family,” the statement added.