David Clayton Warner (12) - Jefferson City TN, 1983

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    David Warner

    Endangered Missing from Jefferson City, Tennessee since March 2, 1983

    Age: 12 -- Hair Color: Blonde -- Eye Color: Brown

    David's nickname is Little David. He suffers from epilepsy.


    David was last seen in Jefferson City, Tennessee on March 2, 1983. That day, he said he was going to a church function up the street from his home. He did go to the church, but did not go inside. Instead, he went to Druther's Restaurant for a hamburger, which was free because David had gotten an A on his report card. After eating, David went to a friend's home and they watched tv until 7:00 pm. David said he was going home then, to his house about 30 yards away. He has never been heard from again.

    David's family didn't realize he wasn't home until the next morning. His bed covers were arranged in a way to make it look like he was in bed asleep. At first, they thought he spent the night at his friend's house, as he often did. When his disappearance was reported to police, investigators believed he may have run away. Authorities now believe he was abducted and murdered, but little evidence is available in his case.

    David's mother was unmarried and only a teenager when he was born, so his grandmother legally adopted and raised him. He was always close to his mother, though. He was a 4th grade student at Jefferson City Elementary School. He wasn't a good student, but his loved ones describe him as a bright, streetwise, pleasant boy. His case remains unsolved.


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