ATLANTA, GA – A 21-year-old Gwinnett County man, Leondre Flynt, has been missing since he left for a date in Buckhead in July. Atlanta police suspect that he was murdered, and recent developments in the case have led to the arrest of two women in connection with Flynt’s disappearance.
Flynt was last seen leaving his Loganville home with a change of clothes and a bag, and his GMC Canyon truck was later found in Detroit, Michigan. Authorities have arrested Destiny Stephens and charged her with Flynt’s murder, and Audrey Zalky was also arrested in Carroll County and is facing charges of murder and concealing the death of another, pending extradition to Atlanta.
Flynt’s family has been actively assisting in the investigation, providing access to his iCloud account and his phone to aid the authorities. It was uncovered that Flynt had been communicating with Zalky on the day he disappeared and had used his phone’s GPS to navigate to the Marquis at Buckhead apartment complex.
Surveillance footage from a Lowe’s store in Atlanta shows Stephens exiting Flynt’s vehicle to purchase a hand saw and bolt cutters. Two days later, Flynt’s car was tracked to Detroit, Michigan. Police have not disclosed further details about Zalky’s involvement in Flynt’s death.
The case of Leondre Flynt’s disappearance and suspected murder continues to unfold, as authorities work to gather more evidence and bring justice to the victim and his family.
– Leondre Flynt, 21, has been missing since July after leaving for a date in Buckhead.
– Destiny Stephens has been arrested for his murder, and Audrey Zalky is facing charges for her involvement.