Evansville Police are trying to locate a missing Evansville man. Larry Snider, 65, was last seen in the 2100 block of W. Columbia on April 2, 2013.
He has several medical issues that require daily medications. His medications were found in his house by a friend who reported him missing.
Snider is 5'07", 160lbs, White hair, and blue eyes. He uses a walker to get around. He was last seen wearing a tan jacket, grey sweatpants, blue t-shirt, and black shoes.
If anyone knows where Mr. Snider is, please call EPD at 436-7979.
SOURCE: Evansville Police Department
Sullivan County—The Indiana State Police Putnamville District, in conjunction with Indiana Conservation Officers, has concluded a nearly two month long investigation into the disappearance of Dugger (Sullivan County) resident 36-year-old Shane R. Porter.
On Monday April 1st, 2013, a body was seen floating in the Wabash River near Patton, Illinois which is approximately three miles north of Mount Carmel, IL. An autopsy was conducted in Vincennes, Indiana by Forensic Pathologist Dr. James M. Jacoby and utilizing dental records; the deceased was identified by Wabash County (IL) Coroner Larry Hodgson as Shane R. Porter. Coroner Hodgson has listed the preliminary cause of death as drowning pending toxicology results. Questions concerning the autopsy should be directed to the Wabash County (IL) Coroner’s Office at 618-262-4411.
Porter was last seen at his residence on Friday evening, February 8th at approximately 5:15. Family members reported Porter missing to Indiana State Police after he failed to report for work later that same evening in Vincennes, or make contact with any of his relatives. Around 8:50 p.m. on the evening Porter was last seen, a man was spotted swimming in the Wabash River on the south edge of Vincennes. A 911 call to Vincennes Police from a bystander resulted in specially trained and equipped Indiana Conservation Officers searching the river by boat until a recovery was made on April 1st. Porter’s car was found abandoned on February 10th in a City of Vincennes public parking area near Memorial Bridge.
Hundreds of Indiana State Police and Indiana Conservation Officer man-hours were used in this investigation. ISP troopers, detectives, and crime scene investigators, conducted several interviews, gathered physical evidence, and traced the final steps leading up to Porter’s disappearance. Indiana Conservation Officers assisted with search parties, conducted interviews, patrolled numerous miles of the Wabash River over several days, all looking for signs of Shane Porter..
Questions concerning the Indiana Conservation Officers search efforts for Shane R. Porter should be directed to ICO Joe Haywood at 812-890-6604.
Questions concerning the ISP investigation should be directed to Sergeant Joe Watts.
Family of the deceased has been notified.
Assisting the Indiana State Police and the Indiana Conservation Officers were the Vincennes Police and Fire Departments, Vincennes Township Fire Department, Ohio Valley Search and Rescue, Wabash County (IL) Sheriff’s Office, Wabash County (IL) Water & Rescue Team, Wabash County (IL) Emergency Management Services, and the Wabash County (IL) Coroner’s Office.
SOURCE: Indiana State Police
COURTNEY HAS BEEN LOCATED, SHE IS SAFE.
FROM AN EPD NEWS RELEASE: Urgent Missing Person
Evansville Police are trying to locate a missing adult with special needs.
COURTNEY HAYWOOD was last seen at a group home in the 1800 block of Pueblo Pass around 7:15am. HAYWOOD has an eating disorder that makes her feel hungry all the time. During past incidents, HAYWOOD has entered stranger’s homes in search of food. This has created dangerous encounters with the home owner. She also has a history of stealing food or eating it in the store without paying for it.
HAYWOOD is a 43 year old white female. She is 4’11” and 120lbs. She has short brown hair. She was last seen wearing a RED long sleeve shirt, GREY pants, and Croc brand shoes.
HAYWOOD can be violent and should not be confronted. If anyone sees her, please call 911 immediately.
*UPDATED 9:00am - June 20, 2012: MARY HAS BEEN LOCATED. WE'VE BEEN TOLD SHE IS SAFE AND IS ON HER WAY HOME TO HER FAMILY!
*ORIGINAL POST: Sharing information posted on our Facebook page by Tricia Hayden Burns:
This is Mary Mattingly and has been missing for over a week. She is from here and was last known to be in Nashville per her cell phone records. Her mom is a friend of mine that i used to work with. Please pray that we find her.
Call your local law enforcement if you have any information on her.