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Authorities seek missing Denison man
04/15/2018

James David Nelson/Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office

(MSC News)--The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Denison man that has been missing since last week.

According to a news release issued Sunday afternoon by Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, 42-year-old James David Nelson was reported missing Thursday, April 12.

Nelson was believed to possibly be suicidal at the time of his disappearance.

Law enforcement has been searching the area for Nelson, and recovered his vehicle on the south side of Banner Lake Reservoir on Saturday.

If anyone has any information as to Nelson’s whereabouts, or the circumstances that led to his disappearance, please contact the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office.

 

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