March 2012

Hey All,

Dashante is home!

Thank you for your help, your concern, your prayers and your support. Early this morning, March 17, 2012, our Dashante was returned to us.

She is currently in the hospital, but she is alive and safe.

There are really no words to express my gratitude for everyone’s efforts on behalf of Dashante. But, thank you!

Continue to pray with us and we will certainly continue to pray with you.

Thanks again.


Hey All,

I know this is a busy news cycle –  a devastating tornado in Dexter, a horrible crash in western Michigan, Detroit’s financial crisis –  but please don’t let Dashante Miller be overlooked.

Dashante (pronounced Day-sha-nay) was last seen around 7:30 am March 14, 2012 at her home in the 18000 block of Kentfield in Detroit Michigan.

It is not like Dashante to be gone for so long without contact with her mother or someone in her family.

Flyers are being passed out. Channels 2, 4, and 7 are running her story, but with so much other news today it is imperative that we use every means possible to find Dashante NOW.

If you know anything about where Dashante might be or who she might be with please call Detroit Police at (313) 596-5600.


If you can help with any information, it is crucial that you respond now while memories are still fresh. Please help us find Dashante.

Thank You

Hey all,

I urgently need your help right now in this missing person case.

Dashante Miller who lives in the 18000 block of Kentfield in Detroit Michigan is missing.

It is extremely unlike Dashante to be out of touch for this period of time (more than 24hrs.). Dashante has Type 1 Diabetes, and requires six daily injections. She does not have her medication with her.


 Dashante (pictured above) is 20yrs old. She is 5’3″, weighs 141 lbs and has brown eyes and brown hair. Dashante was last seen around 7:30am March 14, 2012 at her home on Kentfield.


If anyone has seen Dashante, please call Detroit Police’s 6th & 8th Precinct  at (313) 596-5600.


Dashante is not a run-away, she didn’t leave in anger, has no drug or psychological issues and is loved and missed by her entire family.



If you have any information about Dashante please do not hesitate to call (313) 596–5600 NOW.


Together we CAN help!