MS MS - Jon Paul Estes, 35, Lincoln County, 2 Jun 2018 *truck found abandoned*

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    Trail goes cold on missing Mississippi man, investigators seek public help

    Lincoln County Sheriff Steve Rushing said the trail has gone cold in the search for 35-year-old Jon Paul Estes, a traveling construction worker from Bogue Chitto last seen June 2. Estes’ truck was found abandoned near his old home on Wallace Drive shortly after Rushing’s investigators had contacted him by phone for questioning in connection to a domestic violence charge, but neither law enforcement nor Estes’ family has heard from him since.

    “At this point, we don’t know why he hasn’t turned up,” Rushing said. “Originally, during the case we felt like he was trying to avoid talking to us, but at this point none of the other family members are saying they’ve had any contact with him. We’re considering him a missing person.”

    Rushing said Estes’ ex-wife, Cynthia Estes, filed domestic assault charges against him around two weeks before the abandoned truck was found without any signs of foul play.

    Court records show the couple was divorced in October last year. The sheriff said the criminal case has since been “resolved” — no indictment against Estes has been issued, and there’s no reason for him to fear arrest for the charge.

    “We don’t know the reason at this point why he hasn’t had contact with his family,” Rushing said. “His family just wants to hear from him, or know if something has happened to him. We just need some kind of answers for the family.”

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