Missing Chico man found dead in Oregon | Local News – Home

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CHICO, Calif. – The search for a missing Chico man ended Saturday morning with the discovery of his body in rural eastern Oregon.

Si Wrigley, 69, had been missing for more than three weeks. Friends said he had embarked on a six-week fishing trip in July, and planned to make stops in Oregon, Idaho and Montana.

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Missing man’s truck found in remote eastern Oregon | Local News – Home

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CHICO, Calif. – Crews are looking for a Chico man who is missing in a remote area of eastern Oregon.

Friends haven’t heard from Si Wrigley, 69, in more than 2 weeks.

Wrigley’s pickup and trailer were found Friday stuck on a dirt road in a remote area of Oregon. The truck was found south of the town of Adrian not far from the Owyhee Reservoir near the Oregon-Idaho border.

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The Charley Project: Neil Alan Eddleman – Naples, FL

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Neil Alan went on an ocean fishing trip with his father, Neil Wayne Eddleman, and Neil Wayne’s friend Gary Lisk, 61, on October 17, 2003 in Naples, Florida. Photographs of Lisk and of a boat similar to the one they had are posted below this case summary. The boat, which belonged to Lisk and was named “What’s Left,” was a white 24-foot Hydrasport vessel with a white hard top and a single 200HP Evenrude outboard engine; it was made in 1997.

Lisk and the Eddlemans were reportedly bound for the California, a shipwreck sixty miles southwest of Marco Island which is a popular spot for diving and catching grouper fish. They took all reasonable safety precautions when they left, such as bringing along safety equipment. Weather conditions in the area were calm. At 7:00 p.m., two hours after the boat left shore, Neil Alan attempted to call his girlfriend on his cellular phone from a point seventeen miles outside Gordon Pass. This is the last contact ever made with any of them.

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