AR AR - Micheal Morris, 20, last seen walking along highway, Jackson County, Jan 2019

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  1. yrmfp

    yrmfp https://www.facebook.com/groups/findUSnetwork/

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    * modsnip*

    The White County Sheriff's Office is active in the investigation of a missing person last seen in Jackson County.

    The family of Micheal Morris, 20, reportedly lost contact with him two weeks ago Monday night after he stepped out a vehicle and began walking down Arkansas Highway 367 in Olyphant, which is near Bradford.

    ICYMI: A Jackson Co. family is trying to stay positive as the search continues for their missing son. They are offering a $2,500 reward for information. More details here: Parents Searching Jackson County for Missing Son

    The Daily Citizen

    https://www.google.com/amp/www.kait8.com/2019/02/04/jackson-county-family-pleas-mans-safe-return/?outputType=amp


    Michael Morris | I Have Vanished
     

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    yrmfp https://www.facebook.com/groups/findUSnetwork/

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    yrmfp https://www.facebook.com/groups/findUSnetwork/

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    ** MOD, I just noticed his name spelled differently on every article.

    Judging by moms Facebook it is MICHEAL.
    Can anyone update heading for me please?
     
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    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    White County Sheriff's Office-Arkansas

    On January 28, 2019, Micheal Morris walked away from his brother in Olyphant, Arkansas and hasn’t been seen since.

    He was reported missing to the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office who along with his parents, family and friends have worked tirelessly to locate him.

    The White County Sheriff’s Office has joined in and are helping to try and locate Morris by following up on all leads and assisting the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in the investigation.

    Morris’ family has posted a $10,000 dollar reward for anyone who can lead us to him.

    We, here at the White County Sheriff’s Office, are asking for anyone who has information on Morris to do the right thing and help us aid in finding him.

    If you should have information and want or need to remain anonymous then we can make sure that happens as well.

    If you have any information, please contact the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office at 870.523.5842 or the White County Sheriff’s Office at 501.279.6279.

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  5. Wagtales10

    Wagtales10 WOOF WOOF WOOF - call them out

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    I wonder if they checked if he was posting on other sites that were more intense in the beliefs he had. Did he setup any meets or "training camps" that he might have wanted to join?
     
  6. dspdenver

    dspdenver Well-Known Member

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    Also, 'AK' in thread header should be changed to 'AR' for Arkansas.
     
  7. AzPistonsGirl

    AzPistonsGirl Detroit to the Bone

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    he spelled friends like "freinds" on his FB page - are you sure his name is Micheal? I alerted for the state and name spelling.
     
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    azure Well-Known Member

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    That’s how it’s spelled on his missing flyer and every day on mom’s FB.
     
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    doodles1211 Well-Known Member

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    So, it appears that his bday is Jan 7th. Is this around the time he went missing? Possibly had indulged too much and it ended tragically? Was he last seen walking down a road by his brother? Possible that he could have been hit by a car?
     
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  10. AzPistonsGirl

    AzPistonsGirl Detroit to the Bone

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    bumping for this young man. no new news? Wondering what hasn't been reported? If there is anything else being left out...
     
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    MAR 22, 2019
    Mom of Missing Bradford man says last two months have been agonizing
    [...]

    "We've searched every one of the spots we've been told," says CM.

    A few days after Michael Morris was reported missing in late January, his family frantically searched for him. Now as days and even weeks tick by the searching has become a lot of waiting.

    "There's still a few places we can't get to because the water's up too high," says CM.

    CM says she's heard dozens of versions of what happened to her son.

    "Anywhere from he was shot execution style, [to] that he was hit in the head with a hand weight," CM recalls.

    In mid-February, she even started receiving ransom emails from someone she believes wants to exploit her pain.

    All of these things making her quest for answers more unbearable.

    "I thought we would have found him by now," says CM through tears.

    [...]

    (Name changed to initials by me)
     
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