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Last Known Location of Missing Person
Sonora, California 95370
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Troy was last seen leaving his home on 1/16/16. He has not been seen or heard from since.
original report taken by the Sonora Police Department, Sonora,CA. 209-532-8141. case number 16-83
Hair Color - Brown
Head Hair Description - Dark brown; thick and curly
Body Hair Description - brown
Facial Hair Description - dark brown
Left Eye Color - Brown
Right Eye Color - Brown
Eye Description - normal. thick eyebrows, dark
left forearm: Japanese eternity symbol facing so he can read it
back: 3/4 back tattoo of a devil/grim reaper trying to pull a ascending naked flying angel back to Hell with skulls and bones.
upper right arm: cross about 9-10 inches height with initials JDH on top and Proverbs 18:24
Tuolumne Sheriffs Department
Agency Case Number
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Ryo John Stanistreet was diving with others off the coast of Point Concepcion when he disappeared. Their boat was in distress and Ryo may have been on a small raft at the time. The raft was located later but Ryo was never seen again. At the time of his disappearance, he was stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
THE PLT DID NOT OBTAIN A WX BRIEFING OR FILE A FLT PLAN BEFORE DEPARTURE. HE HAD A MEETING PLANNED FOR LATER THAT EVENING. REVIEW OF RECORDED FAA ATC CONVERSATIONS WITH THE PLT REVEALED THAT AFTER TAKEOFF CLEARANCE WAS RECEIVED, NO FURTHER TRANSMISSIONS WERE RECEIVED. THE FLT FAILED TO RETURN TO THE DEPARTURE ARPT. THE ACFT HAS NOT BEEN LOCATED. REVIEW OF THE AIRFRAME & ENG LOGBOOKS REVEALED THAT THE PLT/OWNER PERFORMED PREVENTATIVE MAINT BEYOND THE SCOPE & INTENT OF THE REGULATION. ACCORDING TO CIVIL AIR PATROL PERSONNEL, THE ACFT WAS SPOTTED 1 HOUR 25 MINUTES AFTER DEPARTURE AT AN airport LOCATED 9 NAUTICAL MILES SSE OF THE DEPARTURE airport, PERFORMING TOUCH AND GO LANDINGS. THE ACFT THEN DEPARTED TO THE NW. SATELLITE PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN 4, 26, & 56 MINUTES AFTER TAKEOFF SHOW NO SIGNIFICANT WX IN THE AREA. CAUSE: UNDETERMINED.
Flier Still Can't Be Found After Search In Brevard
April 29, 1991 MELBOURNE — Civil Air Patrol officials scoured parts of Central Florida this weekend for a 61-year-old former Air Force officer who disappeared Wednesday after a solo flight.
The man, whom officials refused to identify because of a request from his family, left Melbourne Regional Airport about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, said patrol Lt. Col. Cheryl Miller. His single-engine Piper Commanche is white with red and black trim.
AROUND CENTRAL FLORIDA BRIEFS
Civil Air Patrol Suspends Search For Missing Pilot
May 7, 1991 MELBOURNE — The Civil Air Patrol has suspended its search for a Melbourne pilot missing since April 24 but volunteers said they haven't given up hope.
''We'll be manning a 24-hour hot line indefinitely,'' said the Rev. Joe Hunt of the Lockmar Baptist Church, where pilot Jack Murrian is a deacon. The number is 984-0191.
Murrian, 61, was last seen April 24 when he took off at 4:30 p.m. from Melbourne Regional Airport in his single-engine Piper Commanche. Civil Air Patrol pilots searched for 11 days.
Date of Last Contact: October 3, 1982
Missing From: Fayetteville, North Carolina
Missing Age: 42 Years
Height: 5' 10" (70 Inches)
Weight: 214 lbs
Circumstances of Disappearance: James Edward Lewis, of Fayetteville, NC, left home on October 3, 1982 in a white Ford Fiesta. He told his family that he was going to Vero Beach, FL to interview for a job ferrying Piper airplanes from the dealer to buyers.
Jim Lewis was a recently-retired major with 25 years in the US Army -- a Ranger, founding member of the "Golden Knights" U.S. Army Parachute Team, a highly-decorated and wounded Vietnam veteran, a skilled pilot with commercial and seaplane ratings, as well as a dedicated husband and father.
It was his habit on trips away from home to stay in phone contact with his wife; however, after his October 3 departure, he did not call home.
In January 1983, Ms. Lewis received a call from a parking-lot attendant at the Fayetteville Municipal Airport informing her that the Ford Fiesta had been parked in the long-term lot since October 6, and was accumulating fees. The family reported the discovery of the vehicle to Fayetteville police, but the car was repossessed by the finance company before authorities investigated.
In 1992, reading a news report of remains found in a nearby county, The family contacted the Hoke County Sheriff's Department but the discovered remains were determined to be those of another deceased. Soon after, The family had James Lewis declared legally dead. However, his remains were never found.
With brother's name, he hid for years
Accused of sex abuse, Richard Fisher fled in 1990. He was found last month, using the identity of his brother Jack. But what happened to Jack?
By CHRIS TISCH of the Tampa Bay Times
Published April 30, 2005
"...His co-workers knew him as Jack. So did his neighbors. His driver's license and Social Security number came back to Jack Fisher.
But a fingerprint analysis showed it was Richard Fisher, officials said. Cobb booked him into the Pinellas County Jail on the 17-year-old sex abuse charge. Bail was denied. He is set to finally be sentenced on June 6.
Now, just one question remains: Where is the real Jack Fisher?"
In July of 1994 Georgia had big floods going on. One flood related fatality is/was an unknown man.
Flood-Related Mortality -- Georgia, July 4-14, 1994
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