Missing: Police ask for urgent help to find missing officer

Aug 09, 2018
05:16 A.M.
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A man in the force recently went missing, and his fellow police officers at the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public for help in pinpointing the missing person’s location.

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The police have been searching non-stop for Baytown Police Officer John Stewart Beasley who went missing on August 2, 2018, at around 3:30 p.m.

Beasley – an officer for the Baytown Police Department – was last seen leaving his home located in the Cove, Texas area.

Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne revealed on August 6 that Beasley’s son first took notice of his father’s disappearance.

He arrived at their home at 4 p.m. and was unable to find his dad.

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The son tried to contact Beasley on his phone, but it was unattended.

After friends and family started to worry about not hearing from Beasley, they called the police.

A search operation was made, and the police eventually found Beasley’s mobile phone in the woods located at the back of their home.

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Sheriff Hawthorne revealed that the battery and the phone were separated, which explained why nobody was able to contact him.

Speaking about Beasley, the sheriff said, "I know Stewart (Beasley). This is very uncharacteristic."

Since the investigation about his disappearance commenced, there has been no indication of foul play found.

Also, the police have already received about 20 to 30 tips and have been following in on them.

Beasley, a 46-year-old white man, is 5’9” and weighs about 220 pounds. He has blond hair styled in a buzz cut and has green eyes.

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As family members recalled, he was supposedly last seen wearing a gray pullover shirt, khaki-colored cargo pants, and black hiking shoes.

The missing police officer also has a tribal tattoo in teal on his upper right shoulder.

The Chambers County Sheriff’s Office encouraged the public to inform them about any information on Beasley’s whereabouts.

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