- Posted July 29, 2014 by
Chief Petty Officer Kevin Williams, still missing
Chief Williams was 39 years old, last year, when he went missing on May 28, 2013, in Jacksonville, Florida. He was last seen in the Avenues Mall parking lot, with his wife, Vanessa Williams, where they had a minor dispute. She told him she was not going to have a public disagreement and to wait for her as she will be right back. However, when she returned he was no longer there. Authorities found that Williams used his ATM card at a convenience store, near the mall, that evening. His cell phone was in the car because the battery was dead. He has never been seen since. Williams has young children ,a wife and family and would never go without making contact with them. His co-workers have said the same. They fear something happened and ask for the help of the public should they see him or have information. He is loved, and missing.
Williams was stationed in Jacksonville for the past 15 years. The U.S. Navy is considering Williams AWOL at this time. His family has begged them to reconsider as he would not go without making contact. Additionally, his co-workers, and friends, have stated the same.
Missing: Chief Petty Officer Kevin Williams
Branch: U.S. Navy
Served: 15 years at time missing
Last location: Jacksonville, FL
Date Missing: May 28, 2013
Age at time missing: 39 years old
Height: 6'0 Weight: 180 lbs
Tattoos: None Hair: Brown (short) Eyes: Brown
Race: African-American Sex: M Complexion: Dark
Last Known wearing: Military issued Blue Camouflage Uniform
Police Agency: If info, or seen, please call the Jacksonville Sheriff's at (904) 630-0500, or the NRD Command at (904) 524-3723, or your local police.
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