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Body of Man Missing After Water Craft Accident at Trail in May Found in USA

RCMP Press Release

On June 28, 2017 the body of Jeffrey David BAUDER aged 28 yrs was located South of Northport Washington USA in the Columbia river. BAUDER went missing and was presumed drowned after a water craft accident in the Columbia river in Trail on May 9, 2017.

United States Forensic Examiners on this date positively identified BAUDER’s body which will now be returned for funeral services.

The Trail & Greater District RCMP wish to express their sincere condolences to Mr. BAUDER’s family, and also want to thank the search and rescue personnel and other emergency services who assisted in the search for Mr. BAUDER.

Missing Person – Trail

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File Number: 16-1307
Missing Person- Darrell UNGER

Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating 49 year old Darrell UNGER of Trail BC who has been missing since this morning about 1100 hours (March 29). Darrell UNGER was last seen driving his burgundy 2014 Ford F150 bearing BC Licence number 0311LP away from his residence in Sunningdale.

Darrell is described as 5’11” 190 lbs with very short white hair and a moustache and goatee.

If Darrell or his vehicle are located please contact the police immediately at 250-364-2566.

High Risk Missing Mental Health Patient

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UPDATE Feb 27: Mr. Moisson has been returned to the Daly Pavilion.

On February 25th, 2016 James MOISSON eloped from the Daly Pavilion Mental Health Facility in Trail BC.

Due to mental health concerns MOISSON is considered a High Risk Missing Person.

No photograph is available at this time.

MOISSON is described as:

49 years old
5′ 7″ in height
210 lbs in weight
Brown hair, has a beard, and is missing a front tooth

MOISSON may be driving:

Honda Civic
Gold coloured
4 door
BC Plate: 746 PLA

If you see MOISSON, or his vehicle, please contact your local police immediately.

Missing Person (Nelson)

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Nelson RCMP File 2015-2766

UPDATE:

Nelson RCMP are happy to report that Joe Moyer has been located.  At approximately 2020 hours June 16th, Nelson Search and Rescue called advising that MOYER had been located and SAR and family who had also been searching, were with him.  The location of where MOYER was found was described as west of Copper Mountain Forrest Service Road in Blewett.    MOYER’s dog was also found with him.

This area was focused on by Nelson SAR after the RCMP helicopter was called in to complete a second air search earlier in the day.  It was believed a sighting was made by Air Services so a decision was made to send in a ground search to follow up.  This lead was a result of friends finding a foot print in the 49 Creek area by the creek the previous night.

It was reported that MOYER had multiple cuts and scratches when he was found but was not suffering any  other injuries.  EHS attended the scene and helped transport MOYER out with SAR and he was taken to hospital.

The Nelson RCMP would like to thank all the people who worked tirelessly over  the past few days assisting with this search.  “The dedication of Nelson Search and Rescue, friends, and especially the family in working cooperatively to bring this to a successful conclusion was amazing!”-  Cpl. Stefani.  “As well our local media cannot be left out.  The speed and accuracy in getting our information out to the public speaks volumes to the  professionalism of our local outlets in supporting this community and they should be commended.”

Original story:

150614_Joe-MoyerOn 2015-06-13 at 0500 hours Joe Moyer, age 42, walked away from his family home in the 4000 block of Blewett Rd, near Nelson BC.  Moyer was alone and in the company of his back lab dog and was believed to be heading west towards the Kootenay Canal.  Moyer is described as 185 cm (6’1) 104 kg (230lbs), with long, grey curly hair, unshaven, wearing grey pants, a black winter type jacket and not wearing any shoes.   The family became concerned when he had not returned later in the morning and called police for assistance just before noon.

Police are asking for the public’s assistance as there are believed to be some mental health issues that require medical attention.  If you see, or have seen this individual please call 911.  Please do not approach this person as it is reported his dog can be defensive on behalf of the owner.

Nelson RCMP and Nelson Search and Rescue conducted a ground search of the area around MOYER’s residence on Blewett Road and the Kootenay Canal/Rover Creek area last evening.  To date no signs of MOYER have been located.  Friends and family advised they will be conducting their own searches this morning, with Nelson Search and Rescue regrouping this afternoon.  Family is very concerned as MOYER has not been eating regularly and his condition when last seen was described as weak.