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Missing North Ogden man's family looking for closure

By Alex Cabrero | Posted - Jun 20th, 2014 @ 10:26pm

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NORTH OGDEN — Joshua Easley’s parents just want to know where their son went.

Two months ago, Easley’s car and keys were found at the end of Lakeview Drive in North Ogden. Easley, a 25-year-old father of two, was nowhere to be found.

“For him to just walk away from his car and leave it and never contact us again about it or even ask where it is, that’s not him,” said Easley’s father, David Martin.

Police searched the area for any clues about Easley’s whereabouts, but they came up empty.

“We don’t know why he was there or what he was doing,” said Sgt. Sam Despain of the St. George Police Department. “We don’t even know if he necessarily was there.”

The St. George Police Department is working on the case because that’s where his parents live and where they filed the missing person’s report.

“He just doesn’t go without talking to us, his mother, especially,” Martin said.

There are no indications something bad happened to Easley, but his parents believe otherwise.

“Something isn’t allowing him to get in touch with us,” Martin said.

“It’s not like he’s in trouble,” Martin said. “We just want him back. We want to know anything that will help us for closure. Anything.”


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