TX Jason Landry, 21, car found crashed at Luling, 14 Dec 2020, MEDIA, MAPS, TIMELINE *NO DISCUSSION*

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    Items found in #JasonLandry's abandoned car weren't initially taken into evidence, and instead were turned over to the family shortly after the vehicle was found. Deputies now have his cell phone, which is locked w/a 6-digit code, making it harder to break


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    Detectives investigating the disappearance of Texas State student Jason Landry face hurdles as...
    The search for missing Texas State University student Miller said his department simply does not have enough evidence to form a single working theory about what happened to the young man.
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    ABC/13 News video at link below:

    Father of missing Texas State student says search is still on: 'We're hopeful'

    Dec 29, 2020

    MISSOURI CITY, Texas (KTRK) -- The father of a missing Texas State student says though it's been a painful process to endure, the search for his son continues.

    Jason Landry, 21, is a Houston native who family members said went missing while en route to Sienna.

    Jason's Nissan Altima was found Sunday, Dec. 13 just outside of Luling. It had been crashed and abandoned on a road. Luling is about 30 minutes away from San Marcos, where Texas State University is located.

    [..]

    "The search coordinators thought it best if trained searchers looked for him," wrote the father on the Southminister Presbyterian Church's Facebook page. "It limited the people that could throw off the scent of Jason's trail. The trained searchers had GPS tracking so they could be certain what areas were searched ... They used a drone to do 3D mapping of the area recently. That allows them to search for areas of interest on the computer, then go to that location to check it out. They plan to do another drone search soon."


    The message was posted on Tuesday, 16 days into the family's ordeal of waiting for answers. The father said he and his family met with lead detectives and said they're still working to track down any information that may lead to Jason.

    "Not being able to get into his phone or computer has slowed the process," said Kent. "They are waiting for the social media giants to respond with the data. We still have a lot of questions with few answers but are glad that we have not received the [worst] news, and are still hopeful."
     
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    South Hays FD Dive Team

    At around 1000 hrs on 16 December 2020, South Hays Fire Department Dive Team (SHFD-DT) received a request for Mutual Aid by the Texas Department of Public Safety to assist in the search for Jason D. Landry by checking a large stock pond in the area of Salt Flats Rd. in Luling, TX.

    The team was on scene at 1330. At approximately 1430, SHFD-DT Divers, supported by Texas DPS, Texas Game Wardens, TX SAR, and Luling Fire Department small-boat operators, entered the water and began clearing the primary point of interest detected by Game Wardens' side-scan sonar: a shadow detected 25 feet off shore.

    Divers cleared the point of interest using a fan search method and continued out to 60 feet with negative results. The team then repositioned and repeated the search pattern, overlapping the previous pattern to ensure accuracy.

    Dive operations were suspended at 1800 due to fading light conditions.

    Pumps have continued draining the pond overnight and, as of this writing, your SHFD Dive Team stands ready to respond to any further search requests.

    Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and friends during this difficult time.

    For more information, please see the following news reports.

    Law enforcement searching for Texas State student who disappeared after crash near Luling

    Search continues for missing Texas State student

    Hope fading as search for missing Texas State student ends third day

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    Divers Tony B and Bill J discuss bottom conditions (cold, muddy, blackout visibility) while awaiting the plan for the next phase of the search. Luling FD Swiftwater Boat in the background.
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    Divers Tony emerges from the pond after a search rotation. Dive Bill is standing by to assist as he detaches from the tender line held by Tender John G.
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    Diver Bill has emerged from the ooze and is standing by for further orders. He's standing in the water to regulate his temperature. While the air and water temperatures were in the mid-50's, the contaminated-water dry suit he is wearing gets very hot, very quickly.
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    Diver Bill maintaining the search pattern by crawling through the shallows to the next deep spot. While the depth there was not more than 12 inches, the bottom was a further 12-18 inches of soft, viscous mud which made standing and walking impossible. Divers used this opportunity to feel in the mud for any items which may aid the search.
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    Diver Bill comes to the end of the mud flat and descends to continue the search.
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    Diver Bill on standby as Diver Tony executes the search pattern.
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    Tender John G. and Lt. James S. walking towards our new operations trailer.
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    Tender John G. maintains tension on the line as Diver Tony continues the search. Diver Bill stands by to assist.
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    Tender John G. pays out line so the diver can reverse direction and cover new ground.
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    Shore personnel standing by during continued search operations after clearing the initial target area.
     
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    Search continues for missing Texas State student

    12/15/2020

    [..]

    It’s easy to miss where Jason’s car left the gravel road. It ended up in a ditch along a fence and tree line. Some of his clothing however was found near the scene along the roadway.

    “We know he got out of the crash OK, and was walking back, this way, and that’s the last we know for sure,” said Kent Landry.

    [..]

    “Right now we have no indication of any foul play at all, we don’t know if maybe somebody picked him up or if he just wandered to an area where we haven’t searched or found yet,” said DPS Sgt Deon Cockrell.

    The car was towed to a holding lot in Luling. Investigators say the damage does not indicate Jason was intentionally forced off the road. Inside they did find small traces of blood and personal items including Jason’s phone.
     
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    Texas State student still missing near Luling

    Dec 18, 2020

    "If he’s not there he is somewhere and that question, where is he, how is he, probably has a head injury, does he have an altered state of mind, is he amnesic, does he not know who he is, I don’t think he’s hiding but if you are, son, come home," said Landry.

    [..]

    His wrecked car was found early Monday morning. Landry‘s family says the response from the community is overwhelming. An example of that happened when an SUV pulled up with a woman and her daughter who brought a load of pizzas. On top of the boxes were messages that the community was praying for the family. The woman who brought the pizzas didn’t want to be identified but agreed to speak to FOX7 as she left.

    For more, see videos available at the link above.
     
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    Authorities to decide if search continues for missing Texas State student

    Dec 17, 2020

    The search for 21-year-old Jason Landry has been going on since Monday. He left San Marcos late Sunday night and his wrecked car was found on a remote road northeast of Luling. Inside the car, investigators found his wallet, his phone, and other personal items.

    Investigators believe he walked away from his wrecked car but no one knows what happened after that.

    More at video linked above
     
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    Nearly a week after his disappearance, search for missing Texas State student continues

    Dec 19, 2020

    Assisted by Texas Search and Rescue, deputies with Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office combed through a rural area of the county near Luling. "They had planes, horses, search teams, dogs," explained Jason Landry’s father, Kent Landry.

    Early Monday morning Jason Landry’s car was found on 2365 Salt Flat Road. Law enforcement believes he was involved in a single-car crash. The road is gravel and runs through an oil field. It parallels Highway 86. "He probably just wasn’t paying attention, missed a turn and wound up on that cold dark road," said Kent Landry.

    [..]

    Jason Landry is 6’1", approximately 170 pounds with brown eyes. He has an olive complexion, and a scar on his ankle. He has medium length hair and may have a goatee.

    Saturday the Landry family stayed away from the search site. Investigators asked them to touch base with their son’s friends and work to gain access to his electronics, records, and accounts. "So they can start doing an investigation. Try to exactly figure out, what happened, how it happened, before the accident and then after."
     
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