Myles was last seen on New Year’s Day, when she dropped off her six-year-old daughter with her father and stepmother at their Southfield home. She called that night around 9 p.m. to say she would drop by the following morning to leave some clothing for her daughter. She has not been seen or heard from since.
“We didn’t think anything of it at first because she’s young and we just thought she was just out, and then the second night, that’s when it was like something’s wrong. There’s no contact. She hasn’t called,” her stepmother, Tara Paymon, told Fox 2 News. What makes Myles’ disappearance more suspicious was that her sister planned on meeting up with the missing mother at her work place, a Japanese restaurant at Fairlane Town Center in Dearborn.
Myles ordered takeout but did not pick it up. When her family filed a missing persons report, police found Myles’ car in the restaurant’s parking lot but here was no trace of her. “Her car was left at the Fairlane center, which is odd because she always had her car,” Paymond said.
“It’s hard for everybody because this is not her,” said her cousin Victor Dorris. “This is very, very unusual for her to be gone this long and not call and check up on her daughter or just call her father or stepmother. They talk constantly.”
The family continues calling Myles’ phone, but it does not ring.
“We hope that someone who has had contact with Dynasty since New Year’s Day will contact us with information on her whereabouts,” Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad told the Detroit Free Press.
If anyone has information about Myles disappearance, please call the Dearborn Police Department at 313-943-2241 or the department’s anonymous tip line at 313-943-3012.