LA – EPSO seeking information on missing person | KALB

VILLE PLATTE, La. (EPSO) – The Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating a missing person.

On Friday, November 02, a report came in that Annette Kay Dauphine, 36, left the caller’s residence on Saturday night, October 27, on Peachtree Lane.

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St. Martinville, LA man Coby Dore missing

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St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help to find a missing St. Martinville man.

Coby Dore, 26, St. Martinville, was last heard from at about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, after a single vehicle traffic crash on Aubrey Ozenne Road.

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Missing woman Heather Gary and children found alive – KLFY News 10

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Prayers were answered last night after 25-year-old Heather Gary, 4-year-old Landon Sonnier, and 4-year-old Taylin Toucheck were found safe and received medical attention after a long and rigorous search.

After an almost 24 hour search, the three were found in a wooded area about a mile from where they were last seen Sunday afternoon. “They were actually found near a waterway that was very dense. I was talking to one of the relatives and she said Gary could hear us and was trying to answer back, but I guess since it’s so dense her voice just wasn’t carrying,” said Major Ginny Higgins, St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office.

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Officers searching for Heather Gary, Landon Sonnier & Taylin Touchek missing family in St. Martinville, LA

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St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office and state police are searching for three people, including two small children, who went missing in a “desolate, wooded area” Sunday afternoon, a St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman said.

Heather Gary, 25, Landon Sonnier, 4, and Taylin Touchek, 4, were last seen at 4:15 p.m. Sunday walking along Joel Blanchard Road in St. Martinville, said public information officer Maj. Ginny Higgins. State police are flying a helicopter, St. Martin Parish officers are on foot and Elayn Hunt Correctional Center dogs are sniffing the area in effort to locate the trio, who were reported missing by an oil worker who noticed they were gone after having driven past them moments before.

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