Terrifying 911 calls from Debbie Collier’s family reveal ‘ex-convict truck driver who damaged her car in accident’ before death

CHILLING 911 calls from Georgia’s mother Debbie Collier’s family have revealed new details from before her death.

The 59-year-old was mysteriously found dead in a canyon in rural Georgia on September 11 – less than 24 hours after she was spotted in a dollar store.

Debbie Collier went missing after a trip to the dollar store

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Debbie Collier went missing after a trip to the dollar storeCredit: Facebook/Debbie Steve Collier
Collier's purse was found at her home and reportedly contained her driver's license

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Collier’s purse was found at her home and reportedly contained her driver’s licensePhoto credit: Fox News
Surveillance footage showed Collier exiting the Dollar store, which was her last known location

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Surveillance footage showed Collier exiting the Dollar store, which was her last known locationPhoto credit: Habersham County Sheriff’s Office

In 911 calls obtained by FOX News, a caller who identified herself as Diane Shirley, Collier’s sister, mentioned a previous encounter with an unknown ex-con.

“She said that about my niece [Collier] had an accident about a month ago,” Shirley told a dispatcher.

Shirley said Collier was behind a truck when a can of paint fell from the vehicle and hit her car.

“The paint went everywhere and the driver was trying to convince my sister not to tell the cops he was driving because he was on probation,” Shirley said.

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“And there was a condition of his parole that he wasn’t allowed to drive.”

Police confirmed to FOX News that Collier was involved in an accident on April 30, but it’s unknown if it was the accident in question.

Collier’s husband Steven told the dispatcher that the woman’s purse was found at their home by his stepdaughter Amanda Bearden.

“Come home, my wife wasn’t home, her driver’s license was still there, the rental car was gone, and her daughter is here,” he said around 6 p.m. on September 10.

This was the first official missing person report.

“We’re kind of worried about what’s happening and where she is. I was wondering if you could send someone over here,” Steven continued.

He also told the dispatcher that his wife had no known medical problems.

Steven said he was out most of the day “parking cars for the football game.”

“According to her daughter who went up and, uh, her purse is still here with her driver’s license, the only thing is that the phone is gone – and she texted her daughter about 2 hours ago saying in the she said, ‘They won’t let me go,'” he continued to tell the dispatcher.

“Whatever that means, we don’t know.”

You won’t let me go

A disturbing text message from Debbie Collier’s cell phone

The dispatcher then reportedly asked if Collier had gone out or gone to someone else’s home.

“That’s a good question,” Steven replied.

“I thought she was grocery shopping. Her daughter came over with this strange message and then went upstairs to her bedroom and found she had her driver’s license and credit card [were] still here.

“So it doesn’t sound like she’s leaving the house to go shopping like I thought,” he said, adding that Collier often shops on Saturdays.

MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE

Collier was last seen at a Georgia Dollar store on September 10 – less than 24 hours before she was found dead in the woods.

The mother had left her home in Athens in a rental car with only her bank card and driver’s license.

She entered a Family Dollar store in Clayton at around 2:55 p.m. local time.

Surveillance footage, now released by the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office, shows Collier wearing a sun visor, red shirt and blue skirt.

She bought a reusable tote bag, a tarp, a refillable lighter, a poncho, and paper towels.

Cops said Collier stayed at the store until 3:09 p.m.

Police said she appeared “calm and fearless.”

Minutes later at 3:17 p.m., Collier allegedly transferred more than $2,000 through Venmo and texted her daughter, Bearden.

The lyrics warned, “They won’t let me go.”

It also contained a reference to a key that was under a flower pot.

THE CRIME SCENE

Police have managed to narrow the time of Collier’s death to between 3:09 p.m. on September 10 and 12:44 p.m. on September 11, when her body was found.

Her remains were found near a freeway in Clarkesville – about 60 miles from her home.

Collier was naked, her stomach was charred and she was holding on to a small tree in a ravine, police said.

Detectives found a red tote bag and a partially burned blue tarp when they combed the crime scene for clues.

They also discovered the remains of a fire.

The rental car was 60 miles from where she lived.

NO SUSPECT KNOWN YET

Cops have ruled that Collier’s death was a homicide but have not released full details, shrouding the case in mystery.

While Collier’s message to her daughter was concerning, investigators publicly ruled out kidnapping and suicide.

Police have yet to name a suspect or a motive.

But Bearden’s friend Andrew Giegerich told FOX News that despite Collier’s odd last Venmo and his message to her daughter, the couple had nothing to do with the murder.

He told Fox News Digital that the couple barricaded the front and back doors of their home.

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The ex-amateur MMA fighter insisted that he and Bearden had “nothing to do” with Collier’s death.

He added, “We’re a little scared ourselves.”

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