Police are still searching for clues to the whereabouts of Cody Stevens. The 30-year-old was last seen on November 10. His girlfriend, Adrianna, revealed that Cody suffers from depression, and he was last seen at City Market pharmacy in Clifton, Colorado where she believes he was picking up his new antidepressant prescription.
Adrianna states that Cody left while she was at work taking a noticeable amount of his things. What’s more troubling is that he left a note saying that he didn't want to be alive & he had to go away. Now, officers are left with more questions than answers. Unable to ping his phone, the Grand Junction Police Department and Cody's family have tried to track him via his social media activity. That led to a dead end.
Aurora gave this update via Facebook,
There has been no activity on any of his social media accounts or online gaming account & all of his friends, including myself, have used all those outlets to try to contact him with no avail. I don't have his bank logins or any passwords which is why I cannot use Google to track his personal phone & the police will not ping because of privacy reasons. I did contact his boss & they're going to look within the company to see if they can track his work phone.
Aurora’s full post can be seen below.
Though Cody suffers from depression, he is a dedicated partner and friend. Aurora insists that Cody has never done this before. Friends have corroborated her story, advising that it’s not in his nature to shut everyone out of life.
Cody has never done this before. He does not do drugs & rarely drinks. He is estranged from his family & hasn't spoken with them in ten plus years, but he does have many friends in a few different states…not a single person has heard from him.
Cody is 6’1” tall and weighs about 190 lbs. He has blue eyes and sandy brown hair that comes just above his shoulders. He has tattoos covering his left forearm. Cody drives a silver 2017 Hyundai Elantra with 2 Denver Nuggets stickers on the back. The vehicle may have a large black travel bag strapped on top of it.
Aurora shares this last message with Cody,
If he thinks he's done too much damage to come home, I want to let him know that's absolutely not the case & we're here when he's ready!
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Cody Stevens, please contact the Mesa County Sheriff's Office at 970-244-3500.