At approximately 1624 hours on September 6, 2017 Deputy Sorensen was dispatched to 105 Highway 299 in referenced to a missing person.
Upon arrival, he made contact with Lloyd Tyra. Lloyd stated that he believes his fiancée, Brandi Coe, is missing. He stated that the last time he saw her was at approximately 1430 hours on September 5, 2017 in the 100 block of South Elm in Hope, Ar.
He stated that her "attitude" had changed yesterday morning and she became very antisocial with him and wasn't acting "right". He stated that she had walked from the library to a store in the 100 block of South Elm. He stated that he asked her if she was ready to go and she told him that she wanted to walk for a little bit but that she would meet him at Wal-Mart in approximately an hour.
Lloyd stated that he went to Wal-Mart an hour later but he never found Brandi there. He stated that at approximately 2120 hours on September 5, 2017 he received a call from Brandi using a phone at the Shell on North Hervey. He stated that the message she left stated "pick me up from McDonalds". He stated that when he received the voicemail approximately 30 minutes later he went to McDonalds and waited in the area until approximately midnight and never saw Brandi. He stated that he is worried about her and believes she may be involved in drugs. Lloyd also stated that Brandi had lost her phone yesterday while looking for arrowheads so he has no way of reaching her. He also stated that he was unsure where she would go in Hope to stay.
Deputy Sorensen then spoke with Brandi's mother, via phone. Her mother stated that she lives in New Mexico and hasn't spoken with Brandy in approximately two months. She stated that she has been trying to get a hold of Brandi but she has been unable to.
Deputy Sorensen entered Brandi into NCIC as a missing person and had Dispatch send out a BOLO in reference to a welfare check on Brandi.