Agent Gerrick Munoz this week gave the first detailed account of what investigators think happened to year-old Brittanee Drexel of Rochester, New York, after she disappeared in while on a spring break trip. His account, contained in a federal court transcript obtained by The Post and Courier of Charleston , is based on a statement from a prison inmate who claims he was present when she was killed. But a McClellanville woman whose husband and son have been implicated by the inmate says the story is just a bunch of "craziness" adopted by federal authorities desperate to solve the case. In the transcript, Munoz testifies that the inmate, Taquan Brown of Walterboro, told investigators he went to a "stash house" in the McClellanville area in the days after Drexel was abducted. As he entered the house with a couple of other men, he saw Timothy Da'Shaun Taylor, then 16, "sexually abusing Brittanee Drexel," the agent said. Munoz said Brown said he saw others also in the room with the girl and Da'Shaun Taylor, and he kept walking through the house to the backyard to give some money to Da'Shaun Taylor's father, Shaun Taylor.
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The Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a popular and relatively safe place for families and spring-breakers. On the night of April 25, , everything changed when year-old Brittanee Drexel walked out of a hotel and was never seen or heard from again. Now, seven years later, the FBI has new information. For weeks before her disappearance, Brittanee had been bugging her mother about going to Myrtle Beach with some friends for spring break.
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Chad Drexel and his ex-wife Dawn Drexel, are begging the public for help in finding out who killed their daughter, who went missing seven years ago in Myrtle Beach. For seven long years, Chad and Dawn Drexel have waited for news about what happened to their year-old daughter, Brittanee Drexel, who vanished during a spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in On Tuesday, they got the news they feared most when FBI agents told them they have reason to believe Brittanee is dead — and that she was held against her will for several days before she was murdered. Brittanee is my heart. She was my right hand.
An eyewitness, identified in the transcripts as Taquan Brown, an inmate from Walterboro, gave Munoz a detailed account of what happened to Drexel, claiming that he was present at the stash house when Drexel was killed. Brown is serving time on an unrelated charge. Drexel, who was 17 when she traveled from her home in Rochester, New York, disappeared in during a spring break trip to Myrtle Beach. In June of this year, the FBI held a news conference announcing that they believed she had been murdered, and they were actively pursuing leads in the McClellanville area, where they believed she was held for several days after her abduction from Myrtle Beach.