TN PATTERSON, Kenneth - Namus 18950

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  1. bessie

    bessie Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    Age in 1992, 34-35

    Namus 18950

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Kenneth
    Middle name Brent
    Last name Patterson

    Date last seen July 16, 1986 11:00
    Date entered 01/15/2013
    Age last seen 28 to 28 years old
    Churchill, Hawkins Co, TN

    Age now 56 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity Other
    Sex Male
    Height (inches) 69.0 to 72.0
    Weight (pounds) 155.0 to 160.0

    Dental Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available
    DNA Status: Samples submitted - Tests not complete
    Fingerprint Information Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available

    Det. Keith Long
    Hawkins County SO

    no photo.
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  3. ClaireNC

    ClaireNC WS Member

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    More info on the circumstances of his disappearance at the Charley Project, foul play is suspected. His car was located near his home.


    Link to an old article about the investigation. sm...ew 1989/Rogersville TN Review 1989 - 0071.pdf

    Tracking dogs followed his scent from his wrecked car to the river. The river was dragged, but he was not found.,845619&hl=en
  4. RickshawFan

    RickshawFan Well-Known Member

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  5. RickshawFan

    RickshawFan Well-Known Member

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    On the lower end, this guy seems on the short side, but his mom could be a little off on the height if she was the one who provided it to LE, since he'd be her "little one".

    LE can do a quick yeah or nay on this one using the DNA. This may be more practical than getting more info on him. Evidently, there's enough gossip in town that many stories can be had, not all of them terribly helpful to our UID ID.

    And then on Google search, there are a lot of Kenneth or Brent Pattersons, which makes research like a needle in a haystack. Interestingly, there's a red hair theme going in the Kenneths and Brents, but not even close to this MP, who has an extraordinary mop!

    I would suggest we keep this one on our list of "maybes".

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