Body Found in Search for 1 of 3 Missing Charlotte Coworkers

From, August 17, 2016

Police said they found a body while searching a property in northeast Charlotte for a woman who, along with two coworkers, has been at the center of a missing persons case over the past week.

Just before 4 p.m. Wednesday, officials said that a body had been found during a search for 23-year-old Tru Quan “Sandy” Le on the 11800 block of Plaza Road Extension, near I-485.

Sandy Le (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police)

Police have not released many details about the discovery, or what led them to search the area for Le. They have not said whether the body that was found is believed to be the missing woman.

The investigation began on August 10, when Le was reported missing. The next day, 17-year-old Alexandro Castillo and 19-year-old Ahmia Feaster were reported missing as well. Police immediately called the disappearances “suspicious.”

17-year-old Alexandro Castillo

19-year-old Ahmia Feaster

They all worked at Showmar’s on Little Rock Road.

Police said Castillo was picked up by Feaster on Thursday, August 11. Both were reported missing by their families the next day. Feaster’s Dodge Caliber that was found the next day, Saturday morning.

A private investigator told WBTV Feaster and Castillo called their families Saturday night to tell them they were safe. The families did not know where  were. Police said the next day that Le’s car had been recovered in Phoenix, AZ, and that Castillo and Feaster were believed to be in Mexico.

Police said during a press conference Monday that the case was being investigated as a homicide.

A reward of up to $10,000 is being offered for information in the case.

Published in: on August 17, 2016 at 9:18 pm  Leave a Comment  

CMPD Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying Armed Robbery Suspects

Surveillance Photos Show Child in Store During Armed Robbery

From, August 12, 2016

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two armed robbery suspects.

Police say that around 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 12, 2016 two suspects entered the Cash America located at 2640 Freedom Drive in west Charlotte. According to police, both suspects pulled guns and demanded money from the clerk and left the scene in a getaway car.

There were no injuries during the incident, but a child is seen on surveillance photos in the store at the time of the robbery.

“There really no words to explain what’s going on in the picture there’s a kid in there man, sad to see that,” said Victor Gomez, a Charlotte resident.



In one of the photos, a suspect appears to be pointing an automatic weapon at someone with a young child a few feet away.

“Crazy, it’s just getting ridiculous now,” said Tim Williams.

This isn’t the first Cash America Pawn that’s been targeted by criminals. Two months ago these armed-assailants strong-armed the Cash America Pawn off North Tryon Street.

The similarities between the two are startling.

“It’s not safe,” said Maria Garces.  “That is very frightening.”

CMPD says one of the suspects is described as a black male and was last seen wearing a red long sleeve shirt and gray pants. The second suspect is a black male and was last seen wearing a blue long sleeve shirt and gray pants.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.


Published in: on August 13, 2016 at 11:42 am  Leave a Comment  

CMPD Seeking Public’s Help in Locating Missing Individuals in Cases Believed to be Related

From, August 10, 2016

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are currently searching for three missing individuals that they believe to be connected.

On Wednesday, August 10, family members of Tru Quan Le, who goes by “Sandy,” reported her missing from her home in the 9000 block of Seamill Road in southwest Charlotte. Police say she left her home on Tuesday, August 9 at around 9 p.m. and did not return. She was last seen driving a black four-door 2003 Toyota Corolla with NC license plates ZVE-1262.

On Thursday, 17-year-old Alexandro Castillo was reported missing from his home in north Charlotte. Police say family members told them that he was picked up from his home by Ahmia Feaster on Thursday and has not returned since.


Feaster, 19, was reported missing by family members on Friday morning. She was last seen driving a red, four-door Dodge Caliber with NC license plates DDD-2681. Her last known whereabouts were Castillo’s home.


CMPD says all three individuals know each other from work and believe their disappearances to be connected.
Anyone with information about these missing persons is asked to call 911 immediately.

Published in: on August 13, 2016 at 11:27 am  Leave a Comment  
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