What ever happened to Sgt. Gary Jones

Few stories I have written on my blog have touched me as much as the one I wrote about Sgt. Gary Jones. Few stories have been viewed more than the one I wrote about Gary. In case you aren’t familiar with Sgt.Gary Jones, I will give you a little background.

Sgt. Gary Jones was sent to Iraq. His deployment lasted thirteen months on the front line. Last November, 2005, Gary returned home from Iraq. He got a job and an apartment in his hometown of Hamilton, Ohio. On the morning of the Saturday, July 29, 2006, Gary left his apartment in his late 1980’s maroon Chevrolet Cavalier
All his belongings were left behind in his apartment. This was what initially alerted his mom to the fact that there may be a problem. That is the last time anyone in Hamilton has seen Sgt. Gary Jones.According to Gary’s mom, Gary has PTSD. Due to his PTSD, the fact that he has not contacted his family, and he left with none of his belongings, there is concern that Gary might hurt himself.
The Hamilton police started investigating his disappearance. After checking Gary’s credit cards and bank records, the police found that Gary had used ATM’s from Pennsylvania to Montana. The security cameras confirmed that Gary was in fact the person who used the ATM.

I found a good contact number for WCPO.com. I spoke to a representative there who gave me permission to quote the station as saying that to date, “Gary has not been found!” That was around early September. I checked with WCPO.com again today. They have no new information on Gary.


Hamilton Police are handling Jones’ disappearance as a missing persons case. If you have any information about his whereabouts, please call the police at (513) 868-5811.”



1.]“Sergeant’s Disappearance Treated As Missing Person’s Case”

2.] “Missing Marine May Be In Montana”


~ by devildog6771 on November 26, 2006.

4 Responses to “What ever happened to Sgt. Gary Jones”

  1. After over twenty years we have finally begun to fight back. I only pray it isn’t too late. Oil has nothing to do with defending against outside attacks on our nation or its people.

  2. saskalala take your comment and chop off after “lives” and we’re in bussiness. “Oil-thirsty”?, how about “sick of watching terrorists take control of our lives” is more like it. we fight for the liberties of a regime stricken people and the prevention of the terroristic movement in a land that would be used as a spring board for terrorist attacks. (and doesn’t US and american mean the same thing?)

  3. I am not too sure who the last three words apply too but, I do agree whole heartedly with your sentiment.

  4. May God bless all these soldiers and people who give their lives for this oil-thirsty us-american elite.

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