Update: The Volusia County Sheriff’s Department said Thursday morning that Yessenia Suarez’ cars had been found, but the Deltona mother and her two children remain missing. Her husband, 31-year old Luis Toledo was also said to be “…a person of interest in the disappearance…” according to Volusia County Sheriff’s spokesperson Gary Davidson.
The Sheriff’s Office says Suarez had two cars registered in her name, and both have been located. One was found in the driveway of her Deltona home, and other one was discovered in the parking lot of a Publix store in Lake Mary Wednesday.
Davidson also said the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office “…is actively searching various locations for Suarez and her children…” and working leads and intelligence gathered in the investigation. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the Florida/Caribbean Regional Fugitive Task Force are also assisting in the investigation.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office at (386) 736-5999.
Volusia County Sheriff’s Deputies are looking for a Deltona mother and her two children, who are considered “…missing and endangered under suspicious circumstances.” Volusia County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Brandon Haught says 28-year old Yessenia Suarez, and her 8-year old son and 9-year old daughter have not been seen since Tuesday night. Family members asked the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office to check on the woman and her children Wednesday morning, after Suarez had been involved in a domestic violence call in Lake Mary Tuesday evening.
Haught says the suspect in the domestic violence case, Suarez’ husband, 31-year old Luis Toledo; had left the scene Tuesday night before Lake Mary Police arrived. However, he was arrested on battery charges from the Lake Mary case Wednesday morning when he showed up at Suarez’ Deltona home while Volusia County Deputies were there. Deputies did not find Suarez or her children at the home on Covent Gardens Place.
Yessenia Suarez is described as Hispanic, 5-3 in height, 130 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information about her or her children is asked to call the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office at (386) 736-5999, or call 911 if there is an emergency.
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