The still-unsolved missing persons cases of Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos tonight take center stage on Investigation Discovery’s Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall.
Williams went missing in Naples, Florida, at the age of 27 in January 2004, several months after Santos, 24, vanished in nearby Immokalee in October the previous year.
The episode sees Terrance’s mom Marcia Williams talk to Hall about how she believed she wasn’t getting enough help from police after Terrance’s disappearance — so started her own investigation.
She then found out his Cadillac had been taken to a tow-yard four days earlier — which led to a link with Santos’s death.
It turned out that both were last seen after being arrested by former Collier County Sheriff’s deputy Corporal Steve Calkins.
But Marcia tells Hall how there was never a record of Terrance being arrested, or any citations about the incident, which took place at Naples Memorial Cemetery.
Watch the clip below as an official call to Calkins is replayed asking if he had arrested anybody at the cemetery, with him replying that he had no recollection of the incident.
He later changed his story, and was subsequently fired after giving inconsistent statements about both cases.
In 2013, Tyler Perry offered $100,000 in rewards for any information which led to a conviction and Terrence and Felipe being located. He was helped in publicizing the case by Rev. Al Sharpton.
Nobody has ever been arrested for either case, and the men have never been found.
Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall airs Sundays at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery.