Overview of Sandra Gann
Sandra Gann vanished without a trace on January 4, from her residence in the vicinity of the 20000 block of northwest 77th Place, Starke, Florida. She was last seen at approximately 5:00 a.m. that day. Her husband of six months, Dwayne Edward Gann, claims that Sandra left with an unknown individual to go to work. However, her daughter believes this is unusual behavior for her, as Sandra had her own vehicle and normally drove herself to work.
Sandra's personal belongings, including her purse, keys, and driver's license, were found on top of her light blue Chevrolet truck parked outside her home. Her daughter reported her missing two days later, on January 6. On the same day that Sandra disappeared, the mobile home she shared with Dwayne caught fire and burned down. Although it is unclear whether the fire is related to Sandra's disappearance, authorities are treating it as suspicious.
Despite an extensive search, there has been no sign of Sandra. Her family describes her as a responsible person, and it is unlikely that she would have left without telling anyone. The police are treating her disappearance as suspicious.
Dwayne Gann and his sister, Deborah Sue Starling, are both considered persons of interest in Sandra's disappearance, as they were the last two people to see her. Deborah lived next door to Sandra and Dwayne. Her home was searched, but authorities have not disclosed any evidence discovered.
In May 2003, Dwayne was charged with aggravated battery after a domestic violence incident between him and Sandra. Sandra dropped the charges, and they got married soon after. Dwayne has a criminal record dating back to 1978 and is currently incarcerated on charges unrelated to Sandra's case.
Sandra's case remains unsolved. She worked in construction at the time of her disappearance, and foul play is suspected. Authorities urge anyone with information to come forward.