New Search Conducted for Clues Into Michael Chambers Missing Person Case A new sheriff in Hunt County is breathing new life into one of the most mysterious missing person cases in North Texas. The last update came in 2018 when the sheriff at the time shared his belief that Chambers may have jumped off a bridge over Lake Tawakani. "I really feel like he, he jumped in there his self and committed suicide," Sheriff Meeks told NBC 5’s media partner KRLD. Floyd and her family rejected the idea Chambers killed himself, then and now. “Absolutely not. Not one tiny bit of me would believe that that was the truth,” Floyd said. She hired a private investigator who reportedly gave information to the new Hunt County Sheriff Terry Jones which led to a search last weekend. “That was a big effort and it was so appreciated,” Floyd said. he Hunt County Sheriff's Office says 78 members of law enforcement and vetted volunteers searched for evidence Saturday on 420 acres of dense woods, open pastures and creek beds. The search involved the use of k9’s, all-terrain vehicles, a drone, riders on horseback and individuals on foot, the sheriff’s office stated in a press release. Floyd says its given her new hope her family may one day get answers. “You hope for an outcome, you hope for answers, you hope for closure, but it’s not going to be a happy fairy tale ending where I have my dad back,” she said.