JEFF. CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ASK FOR THE PUBLIC'S HELP IN SUSPICIOUS MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Major Randy Dolphin
Operation Commander/Public Information Officer
JEFF. CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE ASK FOR THE PUBLIC'S HELP IN SUSPICIOUS MISSING PERSON INVESTIGATION: Jefferson County, Arkansas – January 13, 2019 – Over the weekend members of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division aided by other law enforcement officers from the Arkansas State Police, Redfield Police Department, and White Hall Police Department combed the area of Old Warren Road looking for a missing person.
Criminal Investigators with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office are asking for the community's help to find a 55-year-old, John Gordon Honeycutt.
Friends and family of Honeycutt say he was last seen at his residence located 8011 Old Warren Road in Jefferson County, Arkansas at around 6 o’clock in the evening on Sunday, January 6, 2019.
After multiple attempts to contact Honeycutt his family filed a missing person report.
Attempts to locate Honeycutt by phone have been unsuccessful.
Sheriff’s deputies located Honeycutt’s abandoned vehicle on Fabry Drive, 5.2 miles south of his residence.
Ground searches have been unsuccessful.
Honeycutt is a Caucasian male, who stands at 5’6” and approximately 150 lbs. Honeycutt has blue eyes, brown hair, and last seen wearing a gray shirt and green sweat pants.
If anyone has seen or knows the whereabouts of Honeycutt, please conatct Lieutenant John Bean of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 870-329-5648.
John Gordon Honeycutt