Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by Dénouement, Dec 30, 2014.
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At 86 years old, and with the car missing as well, I would not be surprised if he became lost and confused while driving. Hopefully police thru out the state are keeping an eye out for him. At that age, I would doubt he would have a cell phone ( although I guess it is possible ) and may not remember phone numbers to call for help. Sadly it has been a while now... but the roads have been dry and snow free.
It is not terribly unusual to hear reports of seniors becoming confused and being found several states away..
At least that would be the best case scenario..
I hope he just went on a nice vacation but it doesn't sound like it with the door of his house ajar and his house messed up and puppy missing. I hope he will be found safe real soon.
still missing no new updates
Omg... How awful. May he RIP...
Some people are so terrible! How could someone do this to an elderly person?! Poor guy . RIP.
Hadn't seen this thread before this terrible outcome. This is really AWFUL.
RIP Mr. Neal, and prayers for your loved ones.
poor man! I would be looking very closely at friends and relatives.
it’s unknown if the winning lottery ticket was a motive in Neal’s disappearance.
“The family said he won but we haven’t been able to confirm through the Michigan Lottery that there was a ticket,” polioce said. “Nobody has cashed in a winning $20,000 ticket as far as we can determine.”
This is just heartbreaking
Oh no. How far is that from his home?
His 1998 black Cadillac Deville is still missing. Now, investigators are working hard to find his killer.
Nobody answered the door Wednesday at Neal’s tiny white bungalow on Trinity Street in northwest Detroit, about three miles northwest of where his body was found. Neal’s neighborhood, in the notorious Brightmoor district, has for many years been among the city’s most dangerous.
He was found in the 15800 block of Mansfield after someone discovered a body in the basement of the vacant house next door.
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