03-03-2014, 03:52 PM #1
SC - Kareem Jamaal Ward, 23, Horry County, June 2007
Ward’s car had been pulled from the Pee Dee River after it was found submerged at a boat landing off Gunters Lake Road in the Galivants Ferry area.Police told the family that some recently installed audio sound equipment had been stripped from the car before it was submerged, Sharhonda Warren said. Her brother’s cellphone was in the car, but the SIM card was missing and there was no trace of Ward.
Kareem Ward was a very special person, sweet, loving, kind, would give you the shirt off his back, those are just some of the words family and friends used to describe the young man...
03-04-2014, 12:40 PM #2
Missing person vigil 3/1/14.
Ann Ward (left), mother of missing person Kareem Ward, weeps during a vigil for missing persons vigil in Aynor on Saturday. Kareem Ward disappeared in 2007.
Someone out there knows what happened to Kareem. After all these years, his mother still needs answers.
03-05-2014, 08:17 AM #3
I saw Kareem's story on the news this AM!
Highlighting the Missing: Kareem Ward
He has a daughter whom he never got to meet. She's now 6 years old.
03-05-2014, 08:45 AM #4Registered User
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- Jan 2014
Heartbreaking. His family seems so loving. Surely, someone knows something. I wonder if his SIM card was ever used again...
03-05-2014, 05:10 PM #5Registered User
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- Feb 2014
- Cincinnati, OH
There's not much info to begin to look for a match.
Here's his charley project profile.
There's no Namus profile. I emailed and asked that he be submitted. to Namus
10-10-2014, 11:29 AM #6
Ann Warren woke up in the middle of the night screaming, “They just killed my son.“I felt it. I started crying because I heard him screaming, ‘Mama, help me,’ and I said, ‘Oh Lord, they just killed my son.’ ”“I know for a fact that he had a large amount of money on him,” she said. He’d just gotten a bank loan, and she’d helped him fill out two money orders to pay his bills.“He was a real sweet person and no matter who it was, if Kareem could help someone, he would. He would give you what he had if you needed it more than he did,” she said about her son.
“He worked at the cement place and over at the Budweiser place, and he was just about to be promoted,” she said, obviously proud of him.
She talked about how he’d install stereo systems in his friends’ cars for them, and how good he was at that kind of thing.
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