This week’s featured missing person is Edward Ashton Stubbs, who goes by his middle name. He was less than a week shy of his 16th birthday when he walked away from his summer job in Dickinson, North Dakota and vanished on June 17, 2013.
Most agencies classify Ashton as a runaway. His family was quoted as saying he had health issues. I can’t figure out what those issues were, but I’m wondering if they were mental health issues rather than physical, since he was working a construction job and laying drywall. But I don’t know.
If Ashton is still alive, and I hope he is, he’d be 20 years old by now.
NamUs has posted a new case which I already had on Charley, that of Latrice Belton. The NamUs casefile has more info, including another photo of Latrice and info about her tattoos. But as ever, the information about the tattoos is kind of ambiguous.
The tattoo section reads thusly:
tattoo right leg “Lebaron” and “Larry Ross”
tattoo right leg – heart
That doesn’t sound confusing, but then I saw this photo of one(?) of Latrice’s tattoos in the photo section. The photo would suggest that the “Lebaron” and the “heart” tattoos are not separate tattoos, but rather components of a single tattoo. You know, since the photo shows a heart with “LeBaron” on it.
Given the text info and the picture I can see as many as three possibilities:
- There are two tattoos, one of a heart with “LeBaron” on it and one reading “Larry Ross”
- There are two tattoos, one of the heart with “LeBaron” on it and one reading “LeBaron and Larry Ross”
- There are three tattoos, one of the heart with “LeBaron” on it, one reading “LeBaron”, and one reading “Larry Ross”
I hate having to do guesswork like this.