LA - Ulysses Batiste, 31, Lacombe, 10 April 2012

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    http://www.stpso.com/blog/?p=491

    The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a Lacombe area man who was recently reported missing.

    Ulysses Batiste, Jr. (27681 St. Louis St, Lacombe – DOB: 12/2/1980) was last seen by his mother, Ms. Adeline Perkins, at her residence Tuesday night at approximately 10:00 p.m. That is when Ms. Perkins reported she and her son, who lives at her home, both retired for the evening. At 8:00 Wednesday morning, Ms. Perkins checked on her son in his bedroom and found he was gone.

    When Mr. Batiste had not returned by Thursday night, Ms. Perkins called the Sheriff’s Office and deputies began searching the area for him. Mr. Batiste does not drive and has no cellular telephone.

    Anyone with information about Mr. Batiste’s whereabouts is urged to call 9-1-1.

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    http://www.crimestoppersgno.org/cases/open-cases/ulysses-gene-batiste-jr.html

    Ulysses Gene Batiste Jr.


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    Missing Person
    04/09/2013

    Ulysses Batiste Jr. was last seen by his mother at the family residence in Lacombe, on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at approximately 10 p.m. Mr. Hicks suffers from a neurological condition and needs his medication. He also is an avid Fisherman and Hunter.
     
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    http://www.ncmissingpersons.org/ulysses-batiste-jr/

    Ulysses Batiste Jr
    January 11, 2014 by Linda
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    Ulysses Batiste Jr
    Missing From: Lacombe, Louisiana
    Missing Since: 04/10/12
    Black Male
    Age at Disappearance: 31
    Date of Birth: 12/02/80
    Hair: Black
    Eyes: Brown
    Height: 6’1
    Weight: 220
    Special Identifiers: Small beard on chin
    Scars, Marks, Tattoos: Small black mole on forehead above right eye
    Nickname: Va-Voh
    Details of Disappearance:
    Ulysses was last seen by his mother who he resided with with due to a medical condition and his mother also states that Ulysses did not walk too far away from her residence.
    On the night of 4/10/12 his mother states they they both were watching television together and his mother wished him goodnight and he and his mother went to their own bedrooms for the night.
    On the following morning of 04/11/12 at approximately 8:00 AM Ulysses’s mother went to her son’s bedroom to check on him and found his bed made neatly however she did not observe him in it. His mother found it unusual for her son to make his bed. As the day continued on his mother expected him to return home however he did not. Ulysses has never been heard or seen from since. His mother states that Ulysses has no cell phone or vehicle.
    Ulysses (Va-Voh) Batiste Jr’s mother states that he was a avid fisherman and hunter in the local area of Lacombe, LA. He was a regular at Bayou Venture Bait and Tackle in Lacombe,LA.
    Investigative Agency:

    St Tammany Parish Sheriff Dept (Louisiana)
    985-809-8200
    Submit a Confidential Tip Here
     
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    Status Missing
    First name Ulysses
    Middle name Gene
    Last name Batiste, Jr.
    Nickname/Alias
    Date last seen April 10, 2012 00:00
    Date entered 03/19/2014
    Age last seen 31 to years old
    Age now 34 years old
    Race Black/African American
    Ethnicity
    Sex Male
    Height (inches) 73.0
    Weight (pounds) 220.0
    Dental Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available
    DNA Status: Initial inquiry underway
    Fingerprint Information Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available
    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/23904

    Ulysses has been missing for 3 years.
     
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    Lacombe is a small, bayou town just north of New Orleans. Bayou Lacombe runs through the town and there is access to Lake Ponchartrain at the end of Lake Road.

    Most people know each other's families in Lacombe. It is close to the more bustling towns of Slidell and Mandeville but has managed to stay small. It is on the interstate.
     
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    I wonder if he went out to check some trot lines for fish or crab traps and fell in the water. If he was a fisherman, I'd imagine that he could swim.

    It sounds like he was close with his mom. This makes sense as most people in this town are tight knit with their families. I cannot imagine him abandoning his mom.

    There isn't a lot of night life in Lacombe. There used to be a bar on Lake Road and a place called Richard's Trailer Bar and Sal's Place (a bar attached to a restaurant) but none of these were still open when this happened. Lacombe has a couple of gas stations, a couple of restaurants, a grocery store, and not much else. Many people here live here their entire lives.

    This makes me so sad. I remember a case in Lacombe in the 1980s where a diabetic man with one leg wandered off in the woods near his trailer and was never seen again. There are enough woods and waterways for someone to go missing for a long time. I feel so sad for this family.
     
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