This week’s featured missing person is Kevin Ray Boney, a 49-year-old Native American man who disappeared from Houston, Texas on April 1, 2007. Unfortunately, I don’t have much on this case. He was last seen at a movie theater, but I don’t know anything about the circumstances. He’s a diabetic, which is concerning.
Boney is NOT the “militia member” of the same name whose cousin disappeared in 2012.
Is it my imagination or does it seem like there is an overabundance of missing adults from Omaha missing in the same, past few years? I read your updates regularly, and I recognize that you will focus on certain states (2016 population 447,000) all in the same few years. Did anyone else notice that? You might not want to walk the streets of Omaha alone at night!
I don’t think there’s necessarily an over-abundance. It’s just that Omaha, unlike many cities, actually has all their MPs listed as missing in an online database. New York City, for example, hasn’t updated the missing persons section of the NYPD website in like a decade or so.
I guess NYPD, is a little busy. But, then ir was revealed that their Sex Crimes Unit are undetstaffed and many cases have not been followed up properly. But, they have a lot of officers assigned to anti-terror related duties.
I also came across that other Kevin Boney, who was arrested for Aggravated Assault, for shooting at his wife. However, this guy was bald in his arrest photo in Liberty County, Texas. He also belonged to the Texas Militia.
It appears from my research is that he is in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area. His name appears on a list of people connected with the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. Also he may have been arrested for being drunk there in September 2002. I will reach out to the Harris County Sheriff.
I called the Harris County Sheriff’s Missing Person Unit. They have an answering machine that takes messages this morning after 9:00 am. Still waiting a call back. Hopefully, a quicker response if it was related to a homicide.
keep us posted please Patrick
Well, I am still waiting for them to call back. If they accounted for him, I still would like them to let me know.
There was a detective from one of the Missing Persons Units in Chicago. He would fax out fliers to all the hospitals. When, we got one at my VA, I would check the computer and see if they were a patient. If not I would call him, and tell him.
It was important in an investigation, to document the results of an inquiry, even if it was just a quick phone call to say yes or no to the flier.
This is something that might come up in court or if your investigation was reviewed. Quite often, we would get a report of one of our veterans who was reported missing. We would have the Chicago Police do a report also.
If we accounted for the guy, then it was important to notify their investigators that we accounted for.
It could be that these investigators if they knew about the existance of the Charley Project, Doe Network, and other missing person websites to update us if they are found or accounted for.