Gwinnett Man Vanishes After Date: Police Believe He Was Murdered

ATLANTA, GA – A Gwinnett County man has been missing since he left for a date in Buckhead back in July, and now police suspect foul play. Leondre Flynt, 21, was last seen leaving his Loganville home with a change of clothes and a bag, but his whereabouts have remained unknown. However, officials in Detroit, Mich. later found his GMC Canyon truck.

Last month, a woman named Destiny Stephens was arrested and charged with Flynt’s murder. And now, a second woman, Audrey Zalky, has been arrested in Carroll County and is facing charges of murder and concealing the death of another. She awaits extradition to Atlanta.

Members of Flynt’s family provided police with access to his iCloud account and a phone connected to it, in hopes of aiding the investigation. It was discovered that Flynt had been communicating with Zalky on July 29 and had used his phone’s GPS to navigate to the Marquis at Buckhead apartment complex on Colonial Holmes Drive in Atlanta.

Surveillance video from a Lowe’s store in Atlanta shows Stephens exiting Flynt’s vehicle and purchasing a hand saw and bolt cutters. Two days later, Flynt’s car was tracked to Detroit, Michigan. Atlanta police have not released further details about Zalky’s involvement in Flynt’s death.

The case continues to be under investigation, and the community is urged to come forward with any information that may assist in bringing closure to this tragedy. This serves as a reminder of the ongoing impact of violence in our society and the importance of coming together to seek justice for those affected.