Overview of Jasmine Robinson
Jasmine Robinson was born on February 6, 1996, and was raised in Archer, Florida.
Jasmine was living with her grandmother. Jasmine goes by ‘Breezy’, a nickname she got in high school while playing basketball. At the time of her disappearance, she was seven months pregnant and was looking forward to naming her daughter Jamillia. The identity of the father has not been made public. Her family recalls that Jasmine was excited to become a mother.
The day of Jasmine’s disappearance.
Jasmine Robinson spoke to her sister, Shantavia the morning of February 18, 2019. They spoke via video chat, while Shantavia was visiting their mother at a nursing home. Shantavia recalls that Jasmine appeared to be in a bad mood. Later that day, Jasmine went to work at McDonalds. At the time, Jasmine did not have her license, therefore her grandmother picked her from work. By 8:00 p.m., Jasmine spoke to her aunt Bertha and told her that she was planning to go to bed soon.
Police have publicly identified one suspect, 56-year-old Christopher Wiggins. He is the alleged father of Jasmine's child. However, there is no way to determine paternity while Jasmine is missing. Wiggins was married at the time, and it is believed that his wife found out, which led to an argument between Wiggins and Jasmine the day before she was last seen. Christopher Wiggins is currently incarcerated and serving an eleven-year sentence.
The next day, Jasmine had a prenatal appointment. Her aunt Bertha went to pick up Jasmine to bring her to the appointment, but there was no sign of Jasmine. On February 20, 2019, Jasmine’s family reported her missing to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office. There was no new activity on Jasmine’s social media accounts or her bank account.
Shortly after Jasmine’s disappearance, she was scheduled to appear in court on February 28, 2019. On September 13, 2018, while at the University of Florida, Jasmine stole someone’s phone, which included their credit cards, and ID. Jasmine tried to transfer money from the person’s phone to her own Cashapp or Venmo account. The transaction, which totaled approximately $1,600, was ultimately denied. Jasmine was arrested and charged with larceny. That November, she filed a motion for a not guilty plea, and was eager to put this experience behind her.
10 dates after she went missing, Jasmine was scheduled to appear in court for the larceny charges. However, since Jasmine was still missing, she was charged with failure to appear, and her $2,000 bond was revoked.
Jasmine’s due date was May 10, 2019, and there was still no sign of Jasmine. The police suspect foul play in Jasmine’s case. Jasmine is 5’2,” 150 lbs., and had her hair styled with locs at the time of her disappearance. Jasmine would be 27 years old today. Her daughter, Jamillia, would be nearly 4. There is a $10,000 reward for any information leading to the arrest of anyone responsible for her disappearance.
In 2023, Datelline: Missing in America featured Jasmine's case in season two.
If you have any information please contact Alachua County Crime Stoppers Inc 352-372-STOP(7867).