JOPLIN, Mo. — While researching a missing persons case in our area we went down a rabbit 🕳 hole and thought we’d share some important regional cases. Also we want to share groups we follow for accurate and up-to-date information.
Woman Missing in Fayetteville, Ark
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Fayetteville Police Dept release details on a missing 35-year-old woman on Tuesday, October 11, 2022.
“If you have any information on the whereabouts of Stephanie Breton, please contact Detective O’Dell at 479-587-3520.” — FYVPOLICE
The circumstances surrounding Breton’s status as missing is unknown to the public.
This is a developing story. Thank you for sharing this flyer. Watch for updates here on our Joplin News First news tab on KOAM News Now.
4 Men reported missing in NEOK
OKMULGEE, Okla. – Tuesday, October 11, 2022, Okmulgee Police release information regarding 4 local men. “Four men have been reported missing to the Okmulgee Police Department overnight. Mark Chastain 32 of Okmulgee, Billy Chastain 30 of Okmulgee and Mike Sparks 32 of Okmulgee were reported missing by Mark Chastain’s wife. A few hours later, Alex Stevens 29 of Okmulgee was reported missing by his mother. All four are close friends and are believed to have left Billy Chastain’s home on the west side of Okmulgee on Sunday at around 8PM. All were reportedly on bicycles. Two of the men are believed to have cell phones with them, but attempts to call go straight to voicemail.” – OPD
MISSING MAN: FBI OFFER $30,000 REWARD
SEPT 23, 2022 — The FBI continues to offer $30,000 reward to locate missing man, he could be in Southwest Missouri.
FBI says some of Jason Lierl’s belongings were recovered in Eagle Rock, Mo.
Want to follow local missing person cases? We follow these groups:
- Missing in Joplin, Mo. FB Group closely monitored by lifelong friend Terrie Hopkins and updated precisely. Must request to be a part of the group. Followers can share from the group.
- Kansas Missing and Unsolved also cover Missouri missing cases and high-profile cases across the region. They also have an interesting interactive live video they do weekly.
- Missing Persons Support Center is a national website, founded and operated mainly in Missouri by those involved with law enforcement. They focus and follow Missing Persons, Cold Cases, NAMUS Unidentified Persons, NCIC investigations. They are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Click here to follow them on FB.
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