16-year-old boy went missing from Silver Springs

old boy went missing from Silver Springs

SILVER SPRINGS, FLORIDA: As per the reports, a 16-year-old boy has been missing since Monday night. The Marion County deputies have asked the public’s help in searching the missing teen.

16-year-old Anthony Kincman hasn’t been seen since Monday night. Anthony has last seen around 9:30 p.m. at 1952 SE 183rd Avenue Road in Silver Springs.

According to the reports, Anthony is described as 5 feet, 6 inches tall, weighs 150 pounds. He has red hair and brown eyes.

The family of Anthony is worried about his well-being after the statements made by him.

In his last appearance, Anthony was wearing a dark sweater and dark jeans.

Anyone with information regarding Anthony Kincman’s whereabouts is urged to contact 911.

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“It could’ve killed my child. Over what?”; shots fired into Silver Springs home

The report says a gunshot rang out along Northeast 59 Terrace in Silver Springs. According to the Marion County deputies, the incident happened just after 5 a.m. on Oct. 21. in Silver Springs home. Records show the bullet holes were just feet away from where the teen was sleeping.

shots fired into Silver Springs

“I did not hear it, my 15-year-old woke me up and said ‘mommy I think somebody shot at our house.’ I figured she was dreaming,” said Stephanie Burdge.

Deputies searched the surveillance video but unfortunately could not found anything suspicious, the video is too dark to see anything. Burdge and her husband live in their home with three of their children. “It could’ve killed my child. Over what? We keep to ourselves. We’re just a normal family,” said Burdge. “It’s one of those gut-wrenching feelings that ‘Gosh, this happened to my home.’”

“If that street light would’ve been on, we would’ve seen a little more,” said Burdge. “It’s pitch dark. You can’t even see ten feet in front of you when it gets dark.”

Authorities are doing the investigation. Stay Updated!


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