Family to organize search party for missing Pasco County woman

PASCO COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – The stepfather of a woman missing in Pasco County has returned to the Bay Area to direct his own search.

Alyssa Ciccarelli disappeared more than a month ago. Her stepfather Larry Fox drove nearly 24 hours to Port Richey to look for her on his own.

“We want our daughter to come home,” Fox said. “I really hope.”

Ciccarelli disappeared on April 17. She was reported missing on April 23.

Pasco County detectives said Scott Quinn initially told them he had seen Ciccarelli at the Embassy gas and food station that day dealing drugs, then they went their separate ways.

He then told detectives that they had used fentanyl together in the woods, and Ciccarelli “nods.” He said when he came back the next morning she was dead, and he put her body in a trash can.

Fox said: “It was horrifying. “We don’t want to believe it.”

Surveillance video from the Food & Gas Embassy shows Cicarelli entering the store April 17 and walking out, but nothing else after that.

“It was devastating,” Fox said. “We just felt so lost and empty.”

Quinn was in the Land O’ Lakes Detention Center to be charged in another case. Currently, his new charges include tampering with physical evidence, falsely verifying ownership, disposing of stolen property, and misrepresenting law enforcement during investigations. missing persons and major theft.

As the search intensified, Fox said he wouldn’t give up.

“If I have to keep coming back for two weeks or three weeks or whenever possible, I will stay here and I will keep my face hidden until I find out where Alyssa Ciccarelli is. ,” I said.

Fox said he’s hosting a search party at 8 a.m. Saturday. They will meet in the Embassy Food & Gas parking lot on Embassy Avenue.

Anyone with information is asked to call the PSO Crime Tip Line at 1-800-706-2488 or report tips online at PascoSheriff.com/tips.

https://www.wfla.com/news/pasco-county/family-to-organize-search-party-for-missing-pasco-county-woman/ Family to organize search party for missing Pasco County woman

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