Tuesday, March 07, 2006

For A Friend

I will not be posting for most of the week so this stays front and center. The e-mail is from one of my very dearest friends in Bellevue, WA. It is regarding her son's sister-in-law. Hopefully this will help.

Hi Mari

I do not usually forward stuff like this, but I happen to know the source.

The authorities have just reported that one of his credit cards was used in Idaho, but the surveilance cameras in the store show it was not Brett.

Please pass this information on to anyone and everyone...

Brett has been missing since February 14th. He spoke to me from his cell phone, from the Seattle/Bellevue area around 4 PM. The cell company reports that his cell phone has been powered off since then and there has been no out-bound activity. We filed a Missing Person Report that evening.

Brett used a credit card for gasoline on Thursday, February 16, 2006, 6:30 AM in Moses Lake, WA. As some of you know, Brett has disappeared before. His pattern has been to contact no one and travel aimlessly East on I-90, Hwy 2, and has even traveled as far as Idaho. He has never been gone near this long.

Some of you know, Brett has been suffering with depression and alcohol. After a recent doctors visit, we were referred to a specialist. Our doctor had been focusing on the alcohol portion of it and felt by this time something more serious was going on. After Brett left on the 14th, I spoke to the specialist in detail and he believes Brett is possibly suffering with some level of bi-polar and is medicating with alcohol. The specialist is confident he can help Brett. We just need to find him!

We wanted to give you some information about Brett and his vehicle. At this point, we are past worrying about embarrassment and want as many eyes/ears as we can to help us find him. They have a 2.5 year old daughter and found out in December that they’re expecting twins.

Brett O Johnson
37 Yr Old White Male, 5’ 11,
Dark Hair, Frameless Glasses
Wearing a dark blue jacket & shirt, khaki pants, black shoes

Silver Extended Van with plumbing roof racks.
Chevrolet Express G2500
License Plate # A17711Y

If you have any information, please call 911 or (425) 712-8070

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

From another friend ~

Our church just emailed me with this update...

"Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 11:05 AM

Subject: Answer to prayer!!!

Lorrie Johnson just called to say that Brett has been found! She says he is
ok but not well. Please continue to pray for them, also to thank God for
Brett's safe return."