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Disappearance: Perry and Deputy

disappearance: Filmmaker Tyler Perry and a prominent attorney have announced a lawsuit against a former Florida sheriff's deputy connected to the disappearance of two minority men almost 15 years ago, according to The Chronicle Herald. Perry and Benjamin Crump said Tuesday that the lawsuit in a state court alleges former Collier County deputy Steve Calkins was responsible for the death of Terrance Williams, a black man who disappeared in 2003. The Latest on filmmaker Tyler Perry announcing a lawsuit against a former sheriff's deputy in the disappearance of a Florida man all times local 12 25 p.m. Calkins had picked him up after Williams' car broke down. In 2013, Perry offered a 100,000 reward for information about the men's disappearance. Calkins also was the last person seen with Felipe Santos, an illegal immigrant who disappeared after the deputy arrested him following a fender bender. ( As reported in the news.