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Fifty years ago, they were screwed-up kids sent to the Florida School for Boys to be straightened out. But now they are screwed-up men, scarred by the whippings they endured. Read the story and see a video and portrait gallery.
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Group's agenda: Students, food and holidays
By Times Staff Writer
Published November 14, 2007
The GFWC Little Women of Lutz will hold their monthly general meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Nye Park, 630 Sunset Lane. The program will include a video and discussion of the student exchange program by Jean Ludwin-Barger. Refreshments for the meeting will be samplings of food from different countries. Members have been asked to bring items to fill "Christmas Shoe Boxes" for the underprivileged and will purchase an item they will choose from the Heifer Project. For further information, call Marilyn at 949-1482.
Mystery of young mother deepens
With her young daughter sleeping upstairs, Stefanie Francique told her stepmother good night and then disappeared. That was Nov. 5. Now, Francique's family and friends are convinced she didn't leave her Colony Lakes Estates home willingly. They say her car and wallet remain at the house, but her cell phone and keys are gone. But if there's anything to suggest suspicious circumstances, it's that she left behind 4-year-old Alyanna. Sheriff's Office officials are not calling it a suspicious case. "Until we get evidence there is a crime, it would still be listed as a missing person," spokesman Doug Tobin said. Records show Francique, 24, was arrested earlier this year on drug charges. She is married but estranged from Alyanna's father, Darryl Francique, who recently moved to Brandon. Anyone with information was asked to call the Sheriff's Office at (800) 854-2862, ext. 7462.