Brandy Lynn Hall
North American Missing Persons Network
Brandy Lynn Hall

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Above Images: Hall

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: August 17, 2006 from Malabar, Brevard County, Florida
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: September 14, 1973
  • Age: 32
  • Height: 5'6"-5'8"
  • Weight: 125-140 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Blonde
  • Eye Color: Blue -some agencies report her eyes as green.
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: She has a fair complexion.
    Brandy has a Tweety Bird with a fire hydrant tattoo on her ankle, a
    fishing scene tattoo on her lower back, and visible scars on her face;
    scars on her eyebrow, right eye area, and scars on her abdomen. When she
    was 11, an ATV rolled on top of her, crushing the right side of her face
    and leaving her with the permanent scars. Her belly and tongue are also
  • Clothing: She was last seen wearing an off white long sleeve
    shirt with the Malabar Fire Department logo onver the left breast, and the
    same name printed on the back, dark work pants, and mid-calf work boots.
  • Case Number: Officer's case #: CR 2006-09-0006 TES#: 06-605
  • NCIC Number: M455985304

  • Details of Disappearance
    Brandy Lynn Hall was last seen leaving the Malabar Volunteer Fire Department in Malabar, Fla, where she is a Lieutenant, at 10:45 p.m. on Thursday, August 17, 2006.
    She was due in court the next day to testify on her husband's behalf, who was facing drug charges.

    A fisherman discovered some of her firefighter gear floating in the hidden pond near the fire house in Palm Bay, Florida, Friday, August 18, 2006. That same day, her truck was found submerged at the bottom of the pond. Her backpack was found hung up on a dam, with her personal items inside. A cooler she kept in the back of her truck was also floating on the pond's surface, the beer and soda inside still cold. Later, one of her old fire helmets was found near Matherís Bridge in Indian Harbour Beach.

    After Hall's truck was analyzed by authorities, it was concluded that Brandy Hall has possibly been the victim of a homicide. This was determined because of the large amount of blood found in the cab of the vehicle, they determined the blood was Brandy's but it wasn't a large enough amount to assume she was dead. The pond was drained, but police did not find any signs of Brandy. This has lead investigators to the certainty that Brandy will not be found in the pond.

    Brandy Hall is a mother of two small children, and in spite of claims she said she was leaving town, her family maintains she would never have left her children.
    She enjoys hunting, salt water fishing and camping. Being that she is very mechanically inclined, she can work on anything from Diesel trucks to Caterpillar heavy equipment. She is very knowledgeable of running heavy equipment as well. She is a Master Air-Boat builder, and also loves to operate Air-Boats on the river.

    On March 10th, 50 members of the Coast to Coast Canine Service from Massachussets began a search in Brevard County in the Stick March Road area. They have yet to find any signs of the missing firefighter, and are planning more searches of the vast area, where many feel Brandy's body will be found.

    Early on, police focused on Hallís husband, Jeffrey ó a former Osceola County fire captain sentenced to prison on drug charges the day her truck was found ó before shifting focus to Randall Richmond, a now-retired Palm Bay fire captain who eventually admitted to police that he was having an affair with Hall. Richmond, who initially told police he had no contact with Hall, texted and called her regularly, according to police. They say phone records show Brandy and Richmond spoke for more than 10 minutes after she left the fire station that night.

    Richmond has refused to comment further to police on the case. Police cannot compel Richmond to give another interview, saying there is not a single piece of physical evidence that links him to Hallís disappearance.

    Brandy Hall was declared dead in August 2015.

    Above Image: Truck

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Palm Bay Police Department
    Detective Jess Seulter
    (321) 544-7858
    Florida Department of Law Enforcement
    (321) 952-3456

    Source Information
    Find Brandy Hall Fund
    Florida Department of Law Enforcement
    Texas Equusearch
    Orlando Sentinel
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