CHILLING new details have emerged in the mysterious disappearance of a man who vanished after crashing his car and running into the woods.
Brandon Darquice Anderson was riding in a Ford Taurus when he was last seen on June 20, 2005.
That vehicle collided with two other cars on Interstate 94, just over the Kalamazoo County line, at about 1.45am.
After the crash, Anderson allegedly ran across the interstate, hopped a fence, and entered the Fort Custer Training Center property.
Anderson has not been seen since.
Officials combed the area near the crash for him but did not find any evidence.
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He was 21 at the time of his disappearance.
Anderson’s mother believes her son may have been avoiding police at the time of the crash.
A misdemeanor warrant had been out for his arrest.
The driver of the vehicle also fled the scene of the crash but was later apprehended, according to reports.
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The woman told Click on Detroit she kept in regular contact with her son and believes foul play may have been a factor.
Some reports suggest Anderson may have left behind a young daughter.
The case remains unsolved 17 years later.