The Search For Brendan Santo Continues
The search for Brendan Santo continues. He was last seen leaving a group of friends on campus to meet with another. He was intoxicated when he was last seen, and his phone was found near Yakeley Hall. His credit cards were unused when he was last seen. Police are asking for the public’s help in finding their son. Anyone with information about Brendan’s disappearance is asked to contact MSU police.
Brendan santo was last seen leaving a group of friends to meet up with another
MSU Police are continuing their investigation into the case, and the family has received tips from the community. A resident with a Ring camera, which has both indoor and outdoor capabilities, is encouraged to check the footage before Friday, Oct. 29. The family also encourages anyone with information on Santo’s whereabouts to contact Crime Stoppers or MSUPD.
The missing student’s parents told Dateline that Brendan was attending a big football game at Michigan State University and was hanging out with friends when he decided to head back to his dorm. The parents also said that the football game was a popular one, and that Brendan and his friends had assumed he had ended up in a different dorm room.
Investigators believe that Santo, a Grand Valley State University freshman, may have wandered off to a college near Michigan State University to visit some friends. He went to visit friends there and attended a rivalry college football game. However, he has not been heard from since. It is unclear what happened to Santo, but his belongings are missing. Investigators are checking surveillance footage and the Red Cedar River for clues. They do not suspect foul play but are continuing to search for him.
He was intoxicated
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His phone was last located near Yakeley Hall
The Michigan State University Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding missing 18-year-old Brendan Santo. Santo was last seen near Yakeley Hall at around midnight on Friday. He was visiting friends in the Brody neighborhood at the time of his disappearance. Although foul play is not suspected, the MSUPD has focused its search on the Red Cedar River, which is located near Yakeley Hall. MSUPD is also investigating other possibilities, but the search remains ongoing.
The cameras at Yakeley Hall were not working the night Santo was last seen. MSU President Samuel Stanley confirmed the camera was not operational the night Santo disappeared. In addition to local law enforcement agencies, the Michigan State Police Department and FBI are helping the search. An investigation has been launched by a task force comprised of local, state, and federal agencies. As the search continues, the FBI will review the phone data.
Initially, campus police were unsure where Santo was last seen. They initially reported that his phone was last detected near Yakeley Hall. However, when it wasn’t, police contacted local and state police to launch a full-blown missing person’s investigation. While the details of the case are still unclear, campus police said the last location of Santo’s cellphone was near Michigan Avenue.
His car was found
The man’s body was found inside his crashed vehicle, near the Chenoweth Run road. Police have been searching the area since late last night. They say the man, believed to be the driver, was the only occupant of the vehicle. The Traffic Unit at the LMPD is investigating all aspects of the accident. If you have any information about this case, please contact us. This article originally appeared on News 3.
Troup County officials were called to the scene and lifted Kyle Clinkscales’ vehicle from the creek. It had a Georgia plate and a Troup County sticker. Troup County officials matched the tag number to the missing man’s car and identified him as the owner. The Troup County Sheriff’s Office then took his wallet and credit cards to test them for identification. His car was found about five kilometers from his home, so he could have been traveling in a different direction when he went missing.
A man spotted Clinkscales’ car in a creek in Chambers County, Alabama. The police found human bones inside the vehicle, and are examining them. Deputies also recovered Clinkscales’ wallet, which contained his ID, and his credit cards. Police are now investigating Clinkscales’ murder. They say Roy Hyde may have been involved. Hyde, who died in 2001, is believed to be behind Clinkscales’ disappearance. The Troup County Sheriff’s Office has begun processing the family.
No foul play suspected
No foul play was suspected in the death of teenager Brandon Goodbrand in his home. The injury to Goodbrand’s body was consistent with a fall from the tree. During the investigation, police could not say how far Goodbrand fell. He had left his home on Christmas Eve after arguing with his parents. His parents said he was obsessed with the video game “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.”
No foul play was suspected in the death of a middle-aged man on Monday afternoon in a parking lot in Malibu. A dog walker noticed the man dead near the 30000 block of Pacific Coast Highway and called authorities. The police had initially suspected homicide, but later determined that there was no foul play. Police are seeking the public’s help in identifying the person who was in the parking lot at the time.
The Anaheim police department is investigating Brandon Lopez’s death. Police believe he was in a stolen car and fled a traffic stop. Eventually, the Santa Ana Police Department arrived, freeing Lopez’s car from a gravel road. Police officers spent hours trying to persuade Lopez to exit his vehicle. SAPD was relieved of the case by the Anaheim SWAT team. A SWAT team confirmed that Lopez had several warrants for armed robberies.
Memorial planned for Thursday
On Memorial Day, Greenland police chief Michael Maloney’s family has organized a public ceremony. The ceremony is expected to draw thousands of people to the Winnacunnet High School football field on Thursday. On Wednesday, hundreds of officers gathered to pay tribute to Maloney. The ceremony will feature the presentation of the National Colors, singing the national anthem and introducing Gold Star Mothers. It will also feature a reading of the Gettysburg Address.
As part of the celebration of the anniversary of the tragic tragedy, the family has launched a fundraising page. They will also hold a memorial service at the Chicago Theater on Thursday evening. The service will feature moments from Ebert’s legendary TV show “At the Movies,” as well as personal tributes from family and friends. Seating is limited, so it is highly recommended to make a reservation. A list of attendees can be found below.
Grand Haven will host its annual Memorial Day Parade this year. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Fifth and Franklin Avenue, then continue along Franklin Avenue to South Harbor Drive. After the parade, the ceremony will take place at the Lynn Sherwood Waterfront Stadium. Afterwards, you can attend the Holland Memorial Day Ceremony. The Holland event begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at the Pilgrim Home Cemetery. The Hudsonville Memorial Day Service will take place at Veterans Park.