UPDATE: The police state that Trinity Bray and her son, Anthony have been located on December 4, 2020. They were found along Highway 101. We now know that Trinity was the person driving the car that crashed. According to Redheaded Black Belt, “Brey has told investigators that after the single-vehicle car crash, she and her child fell down a steep embankment, falling into the Eel River, and found an abandoned marijuana grow across the river to take refuge in throughout the four days they were missing.”
California Highway Patrol’s Sergeant Matthew Harvey said that new information have prompted a criminal investigation that could lead to Brey being charged with child endangerment and felony hit and run. Click here to read more.
Original Story: Trinity Leigh Bray, 34, and Anthony Florentine-Perez, 3, are missing after a car accident on US-101 near Confusion Hill near Garberville in Mendocino County California. On November 30, 2020, at 11:50 AM, a 2011 Toyota Sienna driven by Steven Guiterrez, 44, ran off the road and collided with a tree. Steven sustained major injuries, and Trinity and Anthony, who were passengers, left the scene of the accident before the police arrived. They were last seen walking northbound along US-101 and did not appear to be injured as a result of the collision.
The California Highway Patrol press release stated:
“CHP Garberville was notified by friends and family of Bray’s, she had not made contact nor been seen since the accident. Officers were dispatched to all known current and prior addresses of Bray’s to confirm her and the child’s welfare. A welfare, “Be On the Look Out” was broadcast to adjacent and neighboring law enforcement agencies. CHP Air Operations, officers from the Garberville CHP, and Leggett Valley Fire Department conducted a coordinated air and foot search of the area surrounding the collision scene and were unsuccessful in locating either party. The investigating officer attempted contact with Bray at all known prior contacts and a cellular phone locating ping was initiated to attempt to locate Bray. All attempts were also unsuccessful.”
The police want to locate them to make sure they are okay. If anyone has any further information regarding their whereabouts, please contact the Garberville CHP area office at (707) 923-2155, or the CHP Humboldt Communications Center at (707)268-2000.