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Missouri Army Veteran Vanished Two Days After His Wedding

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The Vivid Faces Of The Vanished Missing Veterans: Jonathan Williams

Jonathan WilliamsThe Charley Project

28-year-old Jonathan Williams was a member of the US Army Reserve and a correctional officer at Leeds County Jail in Kansas City, Missouri. According to Missing Veterans, on June 5, 1994, Jonathan hosted a small get-together at his home at 3948 Paseo in Kansas City. Jonathan lived there with his wife and daughter from a previous relationship. He had custody of his daughter, and he and his wife were newlyweds. According to the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, the couple was married on June 6, 1994.

Around 1:00 am, Jonathan and a friend left so Jonathan could give his friend a ride home, reports the Doe Network. He called his wife in the early morning hours around 5:45 am, The Charley Project reports. Jonathan has never been seen again, and no one has heard from him again.

When he failed to return home, his wife notified authorities that he was missing, reports Kansas City Police. He was driving his black 1994 Ford Tempo. The vehicle has never been located by authorities.

In 2002, authorities searched a gravesite at Mount Moriah Cemetery. According to the Charley Project, Mount Moriah Cemetery is where Jonathan's wife worked when he vanished. Investigators dug up the area looking for the remains of Jonathan. Authorities never found any evidence related to the disappearance of Jonathan Williams.

Jonathan Williams was 6’0” and weighed 180 pounds when he disappeared. Jonathan has a scar on his abdomen and was bald when he disappeared.

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If you have any information, please contact the Kansas City Police Department at 816-234-5136.

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