20-year-old college student Toni Anderson vanished with no trace after being pulled over by local authorities for performing an improper line change. Official reports state the North Kansas City police officers on duty Sunday morning might be the last people to see the missing college student.
According to a local publication, the woman was stopped by the law enforcement officers for performing an improper lane change on Missouri 9. However, the authorities let her off with only a warning, as she said she was running low on gas. As the official reports state, the officers saw her drive to a nearby gas station, QuikTrip, said Kansas City Police Department spokesman, Darin Snapp.
Toni Anderson was supposed to meet with some of her friends after work, but she failed to appear. Nevertheless, around 4:40 a.m., after the police had stopped her, Toni texted her childhood friend, Roxy Townsend to tell her about what happened. When interviewed by the reporters, Roxy says that Toni was oftentimes pulled over for exceeding the speed limit.
The 20-year-old missing woman worked as a server at one of Kansas City’s strip clubs, Chrome. She also attended classes at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. A missing person’s report was filed after Toni Anderson failed to meet with her friends after work. When authorities last saw her, she was driving a 2014 Ford Focus and was alone in the vehicle. Investigators managed to get a copy of the surveillance feed from the night of Toni’s disappearance, but they are not releasing it to the public, nor are they discussing details of a pending investigation.
Brian Anderson, the woman’s father, told authorities that the GPS system in her car pinpoints the vehicle’s location to the gas station, but suddenly stops working afterward. Investigators are not yet sure what caused the GPS system to stop working. Another person who alerted the authorities in regard to Toni’s disappearance was her live-in boyfriend, Pete Sanchez. He had already been questioned by police officers and told them it was not unusual for her not to return home by the time he went to work, around 7 a.m. However, the college student was still missing when Sanchez got home, which made him worry. Pete Sanchez told authorities that his main concern right now is for her girlfriend’s safety.
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