South Carolina specialists this week discharged the urgent 911 call made by the mother of 6-year-old South Carolina young lady Faye Marie Swetlik, who disappeared subsequent to getting off a school transport and was discovered dead days after the fact.
Faye vanished Monday at around 3:45 p.m. from the front yard of her home in Cayce. Her dormant body was found in a lush region near the family home Thursday.
“I have to report a missing kid. We can’t discover my little girl,” Selena Collins tells the 911 dispatcher on the call, discharged Friday by the Cayce Department of Public Safety, WIS News 10 detailed.
“She was directly before my entryway patio. She was playing outside. I can’t discover her [inaudible],” the mother said on the call, but at around 5 p.m. “She’s six. She will be seven in June.”
The mother proceeds:
“I checked all the houses in my neighborhood and anyone that is really addressed is out searching for her as well.”
Specialists said Friday that proof found in a dead South Carolina man’s waste can join him to the kid’s demise. Neighbor Coty Scott Taylor, 30, was discovered dead Thursday in his Cayce home, not a long way from where the young lady’s body was found.
Specialists are hoping to follow Taylor’s whereabouts around the time the young lady vanished, WIS detailed.
Post-mortems on the 6-year-old and Taylor are booked for Saturday.