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WasBlind
03-28-2005, 02:31 AM
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Missing Persons Name: James Wharton
Alias/ Nickname: Jim
Type of Case: Missing Adult
Date of Birth: December 11, 1958
Race: Caucasion
Sex: MALE
Hair Color: dark blonde
Eye Color: brown
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 230 #
Date Last Seen: March 10, 2005

City: San Jose
State/ Providence: California
County: Santa Clara
Country: USA

Possible Destination: Unknown
Circumstances: He was last seen on the morning of March 10, 2005. He is
known to frequent the park. He does not have any handicaps or
impediments. He was driving a platinum 2000 Dodge Durango, which was found on March 18 below the entrance to the park.

He was possibly wearing blue jeans, a burgundy long-sleeved shirt and New Balance running shoes.

Law Enforcement: San Jose PD, Detective Tom Moreno, 408-277-4786
Case Number: 050699530

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WasBlind
03-28-2005, 02:32 AM
CBS 5 (http://www2.cbs5.com/localwire/localfsnews/bcn/2005/03/25/n/HeadlineNews/MISSING-PERSON/resources_bcn_html)

Bay City News Wire
SJ POLICE INVESTIGATING MISSING PERSONS REPORT
03/25/05 6:10 PST
SAN JOSE (BCN)

San Jose police are investigating a missing persons report of a man who hasn't been seen in more than two weeks, Officer Enrique Garcia said today.

James "Jim'' Wharton, 46, was last seen on the morning of March 10 by his family.

Garcia said Wharton had apparently left the family's San Jose home in a platinum color 2000 Dodge Durango and never returned.

The Durango was located on March 18 just below the entrance to Quicksilver Park on Whispering Pines Drive.

A search of the park by the Santa Clara County Search and Rescue Team proved fruitless.

Detectives have been unable to determine the circumstances surrounding the disappearance, but have not found any signs of foul play.

Wharton is an avid outdoorsmen and deep-sea fisherman who frequents the park where his vehicle was found.

He is described as a white male, standing 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 230 pounds, with dark blonde hair and brown eyes.

Garcia said Wharton was possibly wearing blue jeans, a burgundy long-sleeve shirt, and New Balance running shoes.

A photograph of Wharton is available at the San Jose Police Department.

With HOPE, Lanie

WasBlind
03-28-2005, 02:37 AM
Posted on Sat, Mar. 26, 2005

Vehicle found, but man still missing after two weeks

A San Jose man reported missing by his family two weeks ago still has not been found, although his vehicle was located near Quicksilver Park.

James "Jim" Wharton, 46, was last seen the morning of March 10 driving a platinum 2000 Dodge Durango. On March 18, however, officers found the Durango on Whispering Pines Drive below the entrance to Quicksilver Park.

Santa Clara County search and rescue officers searched the park for two days, but did not find him. Wharton is described as an outdoor type who likes to deep-sea fish and can walk long distances.

At the time of his disappearance, the 6-foot-2, blond-haired and brown-eyed Wharton was possibly wearing blue jeans, a burgundy long-sleeve shirt and New Balance running shoes.

Anyone with information on Wharton's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or detective Tom Moreno of the San Jose Police Department Missing Persons Unit.

# 408-277-4786

More here (http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/news/local/11237079.htm)

With HOPE, Lanie