Michelle Parker: Missing after appearance on People’s Court

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Michelle Parker

Michelle Parker missing Florida

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UPDATE 3/2/15 – Orlando police went back to the same wooded area and pond near her ex’s home where her cell phone was found two weeks later.

Although the search teams searched nothing new was found.

Update:  Michelle’s black hummer has been located.  It was found on the west side of Orlando. The sticker had been removed.

Original Story

Michelle Parker, 32. was last seen in Orlando, Florida on Thursday, and was reported missing when she didn’t report for work.

Michelle appeared on People’s Court that aired on Thursday and said about her ex-fiance, Dale Smith that, “He gets pretty malicious and vindictive, and a mean person especially when he has been drinking.”

Michelle’s car is a black Hummer, tag #AWG M26, with writing that says, “Glow Mobil Airbrush Tanning” on the side windows.

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Posted on Facebook is says that Dustin Erickson, Michelle’s brother is organizing a group to hand out missing person flyers.  They will be at the bell isle/oakridge area to hand out fliers, and a search party is being organized at Jessie Black’s on Oakridge.  Bring tape, tennis shoes, and plenty of liquids. If you can help out, please go to the Facebook page and get the latest information on where to meet.

If you have any information about her whereabouts, please call the Orlando Police Dept. at 321-235-5300.

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