Case Report - NamUs MP # 7614
|February 19, 1982 10:59|
|36 to 36 years old|
|120.0 to 125.0|
In February of 1982 Ross and his brother went to a house in the El Dorado area to collect some money. The two drove separately, and upon arriving Ross told his younger brother to leave and they would meet up later. They never did. Days went by with no word from Ross.
The car Ross had driven to the house in Butler County, was found parked in front of what at the time was a Wichita nightclub, at the corner of Lincoln and Governor. Ross' mother and brothers went to his apartment on East Harry. Nothing seemed out of the ordinary except there was no sign of Ross.
The KBI and the Butler County Sheriff investigated but say there wasn't enough evidence to make an arrest. Ross is described as a good man who got mixed up with dangerous people.
Black. Hair may have been brown
Clothing and Accessories
Brown plain flannel shirt, brown dress pants, and black belt with round engraved belt buckle.
Tan dingo boots.
Round engraved belt buckle
Vehicle has since been located
|Dental information / charting is available and entered|
|Sample available - Not yet submitted|
|Fingerprint information is currently not available|
|Butler Co. Sheriff Dept.|
|141 S. Gordy Street,|
|Special Agent in Cha|
|Kansas Bureau of Investigation|
|Elk County Sheriff's Office|
|100 N Cedar St|
There are currently no documents available for this case.