Missing Georgia man told family he was going to South Carolina, deputies say | LIVE 5 NEWS

CHEROKEE COUNTY, GA (WCSC) – The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia says a 61-year-old man missing on March 9 was headed to South Carolina when he disappeared.

Robert Bartram was last seen leaving Lake Arrowhead in Waleska, Georgia on March 9. He told family members he was making a trip to South Carolina but no one has heard from him since then.

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OK – Missing Person’s Bulletin Issued For Hulbert Man | NewsOn6

CHEROKEE COUNTY, Oklahoma – The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public help’s to locate a missing man. Sammie Brian Henson was reported as a missing person by his family in early August 2018, according to CCSO.

Henson is 46 and is a resident of the Hulbert area in western Cherokee County, a news release states.

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SC – Cadaver canines find body believed to be that of missing man | WYFF4

Cadaver canines found a body during a search for a missing man Sunday morning, according to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office.

Crews recovered a wallet from clothing with the body that contained the identification of Jeremy Filowiat, 24, of Landrum, Cherokee County Coroner Dennis Fowler said.

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Landrum family searches for answers after missing man’s abandoned car found miles away | FOX Carolina

LANDRUM, SC (FOX Carolina) – Landrum Police are investigating a man’s disappearance.

Police said 24-year-old Jeremy Filowiat was reported missing after his abandoned car was found in Cherokee County on Saturday.

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SC – Deputies need your help to locate missing man in Cherokee Co. – FOX Carolina 21

GAFFNEY, SC (FOX Carolina) – Deputies need your help to locate a missing man out of Cherokee County.

Officials with the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said 43-year-old Jon Lyons was last seen September 3 around 4 p.m. leaving The Mighty Dollar in Cherokee on foot.

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Remains found behind Ga. home ID’d as long-missing Iraq War vet Chase Massner – CBS News

KENNESAW, Ga. — Remains found under a concrete slab behind a Georgia home Aug. 1 have been positively identified as long-missing Iraq War veteran Chase Massner, reports CBS affiliate WGCL.

The Cobb County medical examiner made the determination based on dental records obtained from the Department of Defense, Cobb police say.

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Remains found where veteran went missing in Kennesaw | AJC.com

Cobb County police have found remains in the backyard of a Kennesaw residence where a U.S. Army veteran was last seen in March 2014.

While police don’t know if the remains are human, they confirmed the house at 555 Farmbrook Trail was where Charles Massner went to spend the night with a friend more than three years ago, Cobb spokeswoman Officer Alicia Chilton said.

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