It is apparent that a student carrying 16 years of age Terry Parker High School is missing from December 19, because of his family.
The family said that Jacksonville Sheriff's Office had notified them that she believed that she died soon after her last appearance at her Arlington school, according to Newspaper First News Newspaper Newspaper.
Iyana Sawyer left school about lunch time Thursday said almost two months ago and came to town, Sheriff's Office said. The Tuesday agency said "there is no change" in relation to its investigation and no new information was issued.
"The investigation is active and ongoing," said Sheriff's Office.
When many of the officers took up by garbage at Otis Road Landfill near Baldwin a month ago and back in late January, the Sheriff's Office would not say it was "going on as result of investigative in an active case. "
Recently, 33-year-old uncle of Sawyer Johnathan Joyco Quiles, examined in the missing case of a girl, was in accordance with the Office of the State Solicitor. Jan 8 Quiles was arrested on another girl's sex battery charge. The prosecutor handles the case mentioned at a January 31 band reduced hearing that Quiles is suspected in impairment and flooding of the eleventh. The application was refused, and Quiles is still in prison with bonds set at $ 250,000, a court record exhibition.
These records also show that there is evidence of sound recordings on Quiles phone calls made since it was in jail.
It was impossible to reach any family members for traffic. But the lawyer for the Sawyer family, John Phillips, tweeted late Monday to "Keep the Iyana Sawyer family in your prayers. We have no comments at this time and, again, thank JSO and the solicitor state for their enthusiastic efforts and bring their justice. "
Anyone who knows the teen may want to contact the Sheriff Office at (904) 630-0500 or by email JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org.
Dan Scanlan: (904) 359-4549