While foul play was not suspected in their initial disappearance, during the course of the investigation, detectives received credible information to believe at least one of the girls was in the company of Roberto M. Horton – a 33-year-old man currently wanted by several law enforcement agencies.
Lucy V. Steffey, 35, has not been seen by family in more than two months. Foul play is not suspected at this time, but police say there is reason to be concerned for her overall safety.
On the afternoon of Dec. 14, Larry C. Fields was reported missing to the Kingsport Police Department by a family member, who stated that he had not been seen since the evening of Dec. 9.
The Surgoinsville Police Department is asking for information on the whereabouts of Jerry Qualls, 63, who hasn't been seen by his family since Sunday.
Ronnie Herring is a 47 year old white male with black hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 6 feet 1 inches tall and weighs roughly 200 pounds.
The Kingsport Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating 41-year-old Laura Amos, who has been out of contact with her family since May 15.
In November, the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office was notified the remains found were determined to be Jason Arnold. The remains were found on a neighboring property in the area behind Arnold’s home in a field. Arnold's family hadn't seen or heard from him since Dec. 8, 2016.
Barbara Ann Kelley was last seen walking from her residence on County Line Road, Mooresburg, on Oct. 17.
Shirlene Sams, 81, left her Wilcox Drive home around 6 p.m. Monday and her family did not have any contact with her since then. She has since been located at a relative’s house.
The Tennessee Department of Health is partnering with the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System to host a series of Missing Persons Day events across the state, with the first being in Kingsport. The goal of these events is to help families reconnect with missing loved ones.