A search is underway for a Chickasha woman and her three young daughters. Destiny Corsaut, along with Melanie, 2, Annie, 3, and Isabella (aka Izzy), 5, were last seen Monday evening.
According to Chickasha police, Corsaut and her children could not be found by their biological father, who is also the custodial parent. David Corsaut says the girls were supposed to come home for 4th of July. He says he was scheduled to pick up his daughters on Monday at 6 p.m. As days go by, however, serious concerns are growing.
"When I was trying to get a hold of her about it, she wouldn't respond to me or wouldn't say anything," he says. "So, I went to her house as I always go to go pick them up and she wasn't there."
David says he learned Destiny was at work at a Dollar General store Monday night. Her current boyfriend James Hitchcock tells News 9 he put gas in her car before her shift around 5:30 p.m. Hitchcock says he believes Destiny picked up her daughters from the babysitter some time between 11:30 p.m. and midnight.
No one has seen her since, and David says he grew suspicious when he returned to the apartment for his girls the next morning.
He says, "The door was wide open. It looked like the house was thrashed, tables turned over, trash everywhere and everything, and nobody was there."
Investigators say they found Corsaut’s car keys, purse, phone and other personal belongings still inside the apartment.
Her family says they do not know where Destiny is either. David says his main concern is the safety of his children.
"I just worry about how they're dealing with it and everything," says David. "I'm sure they don't know what's going on. I just want to know where they're at or at least know they're alright."
If anyone has any information regarding Corsaut’s or her children’s whereabouts, contact the Chickasha Police Department immediately. Destiny may be wearing black-rimmed glasses.
News 9's Jessi Mitchell is following the story.
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