SOLVED: Missing 4-years Underwater (Stephanie Torres)

We found Stephanie Torres in her car, solving a 4-year-old missing person case in Waco, Texas bringing home a mother, daughter, sister, and friend.

This documentary brings you alongside Adventures With Purpose’s search on January 20th, 2022, following clues as to Stephanie’s last known location that day, leading to the discovery of where Stephanie and her car had gone missing in Waco, Texas, 4 -years earlier.


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Stephanie Torres (43), was last seen December 21, 2017, in Waco, Texas driving her Kia Rio just after midnight.

Starting our day at 9:00, Jacob Grubbs and his team from Chaos Divers met up with AWP, along with Bianca (Stephanie’s Daughter) and Johnathan, (Stephanie’s Son) at Brazos Park East.

Working from clues as to the events prior to Stephanie last being seen on December 21st, both dive teams began scanning the Brazos River on the West side of Brazos Park East Boat Ramp.

In less than an hour, our teams identified 3 targets 13 feet underwater at the East Boat Ramp.

After marking the targets in question, Doug and Jacob dove on all 3 vehicles, identifying a Kia Rio matching the description of Miss Torres’ car.

The vehicle was upside down, 55′ from shore, 13′ underwater.

The local Waco Police and Fire Department arrived on the scene and prior to 5 pm, through the efforts of all organizations working together, the vehicle in question was removed, confirming human remains inside.

A full autopsy will need to be conducted before confirmation can be made that Stephanie has been brought home.

The Waco Police Department, Fire Department, Kings Towing, and all involved were very cordial and great to work with, sharing their appreciation of our efforts to bring closure to Stephanie’s family.

It is our honor to have brought Stephanie Torres home.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Bianca, Johnathan, and their family during this difficult time.

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44 thoughts on “SOLVED: Missing 4-years Underwater (Stephanie Torres)

  1. So what about the other car(s)? Were they pulled out too just to make sure? Left behind?
    I'm sorry if it was stated in the video. Have kids so could've easily missed it.

  2. Bianca, if you ever happen to read this, I care. We care. I hope you feel the love & truly know we do care about you & your family. My prayers are with you. I imagine each person who watched this wanted to give you a hug.

  3. People, its a whole damn river, not a dam or lake… the resources, funds, wages, skills etc that a small county needs to search such a huge area is ridiculous.
    Everyone has made mistakes, missed something or prioritised more urgent things to others in their job. Police arent perfect nor able to achieve perfect outcomes or be everywhere and conduct constant searches. Most cases are solved by civilians seeing something and reporting it.
    This was a woman who left home of her own accord.
    If your child went missing or a family member shot- would you prefer a small county police dept to spend time searching for a woman who may or may not be in water than spans miles or looking for hard evidence/facts that can bring your child home/justice for a murdered loved one?? They do the best they can with the little they have.
    If you are angry about the lack of resources your local PD has, petition your local politician and county to fund these things. Request the gvt stops putting so much funding into providing arms to other countries or the military expenses etc… dont complain- make the change happen.
    AWP have also proven time and again that even when a place has been thoroughly searched by experts.. there is still a chance that something was missed.
    Lets be grateful that AWP have the dedication, skills, resources and ability to search in lieu of what LE can do and help bring closure to the families and cold cases.

  4. What was up with the other 2 vehicles they spotted in the water? It’s strange for vehicles to be there. Was that explored further ?

  5. The compassion you guys display when talking to the family and law enforcement is really just inspirational. It doesn’t matter how or why someone ended up under water, they are a person with people who love them and they deserved to live — thanks for showing that humanity supersedes judgment. You guys are really doing some amazing work.

  6. Doug & Jared are so gentle to the families throughput the process. In these situations it’s hard to know the right thing to say but they always find the words to comfort them.

  7. The compassion shown to these families is what keeps me coming back. It’s hard to lose a loved one, harder to not know where they are, and harder still to feel like no one cares or is looking for them. The AWP Crew is amazing, you’re a balm to all that’s difficult in this world.

  8. It just goes to show that when it comes to missing person cases they put little effort into actually finding a person. It's almost embarrassing that these people can find missing people after 20 30 years doesn't matter. Jed hall was found in 20 minutes after 4 years. It's honestly embarrassing and it doesn't take much thinking to retrace somebody's steps their state of mind and the area in which they disappeared. It's like what are the police doing that is so important that they couldn't put some man hours into this. Too busy pulling over people for tail lights and busting people for minimal drug possessions. This is why I can't stand police because their job is to protect and protecting would be finding people missing so that we don't think there's murderers about and then if you do go missing God forbid you have a chance of being brought back home to your family. Honestly it's seriously embarrassing for every police department when any of these people have done their job for them in less than an hour.

  9. It’s always heart warming watching and listening to you guys taking care of the family. You’re always always meticulous and helpful on how to pull the vehicle out with the least disturbance to the remains. I hope I’ll never need you but it’s reassuring that you guys are there. Stay safe and God bless❤️

  10. 🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷. R.I.P. 🌷🌷. STEPHANIE. 🌷🌷. TORRES. 🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷🌷

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