BROOKSVILLE, Fla. — A family in Hernando County is pleading for help. Their loved one has been missing since February 10.  The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office believes she is danger.

  • Authorities say missing Hernando woman may be in danger
  • Keyonna Cole last seen Feb. 10
  • Anyone with information asked to call authorities

It’s been nearly two weeks since 27-year-old Keyonna Cole’s family has seen or heard from her.

 “It didn’t matter what was going on she never went off and not called any of the family no one has never not seen her,” said Cole’s cousin Siamone Rodgers.

Deputies say Cole was last seen on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd in Brooksville around 11 p.m. on February 10.

 “I have her son some of the time so he’s asking for his mom. His Aunts are worried, all of us are. But, it’s hard. We just want to locate where she is,” Rodgers said.

Deputies say Cole was the victim of an attempted homicide in 2018 that resulted in the loss of her unborn child. She was 5 months pregnant at the time.

Deputies say she disappeared just before she was set to attend a meeting with the State Attorney’s Office about that case.

Her family thinks her disappearance is related to what happened in October.

“Please come home. LJ misses you. We all miss you,” Rodgers said.

The Sheriff’s Office tells us they haven’t named any suspects or persons of interest in this case.

Cole is described as:

Black Female
Date of Birth - 03-31-1991
Height - 5'6"
Weight - 145 lbs.
Hair - Black
Eyes - Brown

If you know anything about what happened or have seen Cole contact Detective Nikki Stevens at 352-754-6830 or get in touch with your local law enforcement agency.