MP of the week: Charles Lawson

This week’s featured missing person (which I didn’t change yesterday because I’ve been lazy and depressed) is Charles Jonathan Lawson, a 32-year-old man who disappeared from Tampa, Florida on February 12, 1988. He may spell his middle name “Johnathan” or just use the middle name John.

Unfortunately I don’t have any other details on this case, other than that he was last seen at his residence.

I hope everyone is in good health. Fortunately the number of positive coronavirus cases in my area and in the areas where my parents live have been pretty low, but I don’t expect it to stay that way, especially as Indiana has one of the lowest rates of public mask-wearing in the entire country.

Oh, and check out this article about Sean Wayne Evans‘s May 1984 disappearance, because it has some quotes from me. I was interviewed for it, like, months ago and didn’t even remember the interview until the article popped up in the news.

6 thoughts on “MP of the week: Charles Lawson

  1. Rowan July 2, 2020 / 5:17 am

    Hi Meaghan, Charles Lawson’s age doesn’t match up between his DOB and his date of disappearance, just so you know!

  2. Patrick Kerrigan July 2, 2020 / 7:18 pm

    The Sean Evan’s case is interesting. His shoes were randomly mailed to the family. I wonder if they are still in evidence. It would be something to run them through the crime lab, and see what develops.

    Also, I doubt that the package they came on would have a return address. But, I would assume that there should have been a postmark.

    I hope that his DNA is available.

  3. Amber Smith July 4, 2020 / 4:39 pm

    I would love to see a feature on Charleston Goodman out of Durham NC. He disappeared a year and a half ago and his story has taken many interesting turns.

  4. Patrick Kerrigan July 6, 2020 / 6:58 pm

    In regards to the disappearance of Mark Alan Austin. I spoke with the head of investigations. I asked about the family dog. He said that the dog, was old, sickly and incontinent.

    Also, his pacemaker serial number has been entered into NamUs. Also, they talked to experts on pacemakers that can checked via the internet. But, so far that has been of no use.

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