Tyler Perry offers reward in case of missing men


Filmmaker Tyler Perry and a prominent attorney have announced a lawsuit against a former Florida sheriff’s deputy connected to the disappearance of two minority men almost 15 years ago.

 In 2004, a former Collier County Deputy, Steven Calkins, said that Terrance Williams was having a bit of car trouble when he gave him a ride from a North Naples cemetery to a convenience store. Williams was never seen or heard from since.

 Fourteen years later, mother Marcia Williams said she needs closure, not only for herself but for her four grandchildren.

 “I knew that he wasn’t coming back because we talked two and three times a day. I could not find my child anywhere, no matter what number I dialed,” said Williams.

 Williams is represented by civil rights attorney Ben Crump, who stated at a press conference Tuesday that Williams filed a lawsuit in August against Former Collier County Deputy, Steven Calkins, who was the last person to see her son.

 “He will be subpoenaed, and he will be made to come– to be deposed and give a sworn testimony for the first time to answer all the questions that Marcia Williams has for him,” said Crump.

 At the press conference, Crump accused Calkins of murdering Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos, a man who was also last seen by Calkins.

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