The FBI in Miami is looking for the driver and any passengers of a gold Honda who may have witnessed something related to the case of missing Georgia mom Leila Cavett.
The gold Honda 4-door sedan, with visible damage to the left rear bumper, was seen parked near the fuel pumps of the Race Trac gas station at 5800 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood between 11:24 and 11:28 p.m. on July 27, 2020.
Investigators believe occupants of the car may have witnessed something in connection to the missing 21-year-old mother.
Cavett was last seen on the night of July 25, just hours before her two-year-old son, Kamdyn, was found wandering alone in a shirt and diaper at a Miramar apartment complex. The mother and son had arrived in South Florida the day before she went missing. Investigators have determined that she spent time in several Broward County communities, including Hollywood, Miramar and Fort Lauderdale. Her vehicle was found unattended July 28 in Hollywood.
Investigators on Saturday arrested Shanon Ryan, 38, and charged him with kidnapping Cavett’s son with the intent of collecting a ransom, reward or other benefit and lying to a federal officer. He has not been charged in Cavett’s disappearance at this time.
Ryan, a self-proclaimed ‘witch’ from Alabama, claimed to be the last person to see Cavett. Ryan posted a nearly hour-long video on his Facebook page claiming to know Cavett and to have been the last person to see her. He said he’s committed crimes in the past but has “transformed” into the “God” he is today.