Missing Person Alert:

From APD News 

The Apopka Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing elderly female from the Apopka Area. Peggy Neese, age 87, was last seen in the area of the 800 block of Loch Calder Way, Apopka Florida on March 13th at approximately 2:05 p.m.

Peggy drives a 2004 Buick Century bearing Florida license plate Y06RYM. Peggy spoke with her son shortly after 2 p.m. and advised she was on her way to his house located in the Rosemont neighborhood in Orlando.

Peggy Neese

Peggy Neese is described as a white female with grey/brown hair, 5’05”, weighing 130 pounds. Peggy usually wears Capri pants/slacks with some sort of striped shirt. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Apopka Police Department (407-703-1757) or their local law enforcement agency.

The Apopka Police Department is a full-service, accredited police agency with more than 150 employees including 108 sworn officers and staff. The Apopka Police Department supports the Crimeline program to aid in investigations and to foster safe and anonymous tips that lead to criminal arrests. You can help with these local cases – if you have relevant information, please call (800) 423-TIPS, go to www.crimeline.org, or e-mail APDTIPS@Apopka.net. Apopka bulletins can be found at the APD website www.apopkapolice.com; click on “Crimeline”. 


  1. It is very concerning to wake up early, and to turn on the computer, and see that this older sweet- looking lady from Apopka is missing. I didn’t know where Loch Calder Way is, and actually had not recalled even hearing of that street name before……I brought it up on the maps, and see that it is very close to the area where I live, even though I don’t live in Errol. This Loch Calder Way is right off of Lexington Parkway in Errol, according to the maps I viewed. I wonder if she has been located yet? My prayers go out to this lady, and to her son also, as he must be very worried about his mother, as I certainly hope nothing sinister has happened to her. I pray she is okay, and has, or will be found. Hopefully, at her age, maybe she just got turned around, and lost while out driving….It happens a lot to older people. I knew one lady, in Orlando, that was a best friend with my mother, and she got lost in her own area, while out driving, ironically a Buick also. She was asking landscape crews out working, how to get back home and panicking….so sad. Finally, a young lady helped her find her way back home, and even brought her a bouquet of beautiful flowers to her the next day, and left them on her porch with a nice note attached. Let’s pray for this lady, and try to stay positive, in thoughts. I know I will be looking for her, wherever I go, while out and about, and looking for a Buick Century with that tag number. I wonder what color Buick Century she drives? I am concerned however, about the Rosemont area she was headed to, as it has gotten to be a high crime area, now days, not like it used to be, but then again, no where is safe, like it used to be, as far as the crime statistics.


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