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FULL NAMELuke VaughnAGE/DOBThirty-two (32) / 10-19-1988GENDERMale / HeETHNICITYCaucasian (Non-Hispanic)HEIGHT/WEIGHT5’7” / 148lbsHAIR COLOR/EYE COLORHair: Dark Brown / Eyes: BrownSCARS/MARK/TATTOOSNone
CURRENT OCCUPATIONCarpenterCURRENT RESIDENCE ADDRESS (CITY/STATE/ZIP CODE)1205 Frontier DriveGreat Falls, MT 59404BUSINESS ADDRESS (CITY/STATE/ZIP CODE)CONTRACT WORKPHONE NUMBER1-555-427-1004STATE OF DRIVER'S LICENSEMontanaE-MAIL ADDRESSluke_vaughn@intramail.comPROBATION/PAROLE/SOCIAL WORKER NAME AND NUMBERN/A
CLOTHINGCasual. Usually wears jeans, boots, jacket, and flannel shirt or T-shirt.JEWELRYN/ASOCIAL NETWORKING SITESFacebook, LinkedInANY PHYSICAL/MENTAL/MEDICAL CONDITIONSSuffers from major depressive disorder and seasonal allergies.LAST KNOWN LOCATIONLeaving the driveway of his residence in a black 2019 Ford F-150.POSSIBLE DESTINATIONGiant Springs State Park
Peter K. Vaughn – Relationship is amicable, however both parties visit infrequently. Luke is Peter’s only grandson.
John Vaughn (deceased)
Natalie Vaughn – Stays in contact with frequent phone calls averaging a few times a week. Works part-time as a florist. Lives at Billings, MT.
Kurt Garrison – Thirty-four years old (34) and runs a local tool shop by the name of Great Falls Supply Co. Married to Megan Garrison of whom they share a child, Derek Garrison, age eight years old (8).
RELATIONSHIP TO PREVIOUS MISSING EIGHTGrandson of Peter H. VaughnTHE DOORTraveling on quiet backroads, Luke had his window down and listened to the birds chattering through the woods. He had a radio station on when he thought he heard a small cry. It sounded so close. In an attempt to confirm what he heard he turned the radio off and slowed the vehicle to a stop. It was between a grouping of trees at the edge of the woods to his right that he thought he saw movement. Another cry let out and the foliage around the group of trees shook. The sound was unusual, which is what drew his concern. It sounded like it could have belonged to a small child or a wounded dog, strangely enough.
Eyes locked on the spot where he saw movement, he reached for the truck’s handle to get out of the vehicle. With a flex of his wrist resistance of the door disappeared. His body was already in motion to step out of the truck. Without the road to be found beneath his feet when he expected it was gone, he fell onto his left shoulder. To his shock he found himself far away from any semblance of a wooded area, let alone anything of this world.
With a grimace Luke slowly got onto his feet. The ground beneath him was white. Streams of mist defied physics by rising up into the ether above. The horizon was filled with a calm and soothing light. Before him was the silhouette of a canine of sort, perfectly motionless. It was as though it called out to him, beckoning him to follow. Behind him, a perfect reflection of reality framed within a circle. All he would have to do is turn around and step through the portal. His truck was running and the birds continued to sing their songs.
Neighbor and Friend, Owner of Great Falls Supply Co.”Luke is a great neighbor. Pretty quiet but friendly. Always says hello and asks how we’re doing. We’ll hang out from time to time and watch baseball or something and catch up over beers. The last I knew he was leaving his driveway in his truck. Looked like he was going to the park nearby, maybe. He likes to go there to walk and clear his head.”
Mother, Part-time Florist“The last time he answered his phone was a few days ago. It’s not like him to not get back to me within 24 hours if he’s missed a call from me. Ever since his father passed away, which wasn’t long ago you see, he has been even more withdrawn than usual. I just… I can’t think of where he could have gone—and without a trace? It’s not like him.”
Professional Home Designer (often refers clients to Luke for carpentry work)“Luke and I met at the tool shop in town, you know, Great Falls Supply Co.? I think his neighbor, um… Kurt, I think it is, owns it. Anyway, we sort of clicked after I found out he worked as a carpenter. I gave him my card and I refer clients to him when they need any wood work done on their home. He’s handsome, quiet, reserved. It’s hard to get anything out of him sometimes. I tend to keep the conversation going when we talk. He’s single as far as I know, but like every other guy in the world, sometimes dropping a hint just isn’t enough.”
CARPENTRY:[+1 Speed ; -1 Cool] Luke must be very precise in his craft. Mistakes tend to frustrate him though; mistakes usually lead to having to redo something.IMPROVISATION:[+1 Mind; -1 Cool] Going back to his profession, Luke has learned different tricks and methods to make things work. If something doesn't work the way that was anticipated he becomes frustrated and starts over.HARDENED:[+1 Body ; -1 Will] Working as a carpenter requires a bit of strength, especially if using larger pieces of lumber. He has been known to help chop down trees at the request of others. As a result, he helps someone and also helps himself by getting free lumber. A drawback is that he finds it hard to ask others for help.
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- M&P Spring Assisted Knife: All-in-one serrated blade, whistle, fire-starter, glass breaker, bottle opener, and cord cutter.
- Black Ink Pen: A writing implement
Jan (YAHN) Runar Halvorsen
October 15th | 30 | Caucasian
Single | ♂ | Questioning
Bachelor’s Degree | Metalworker
• Height | 5’10"
• Weight | 185lbs
• Build | Muscular Endomorph
• Hair Color | Brown
• Eye Color | Brown
//Every Day Carry:
• Spring Assisted Blade | A carbon steel spring assisted blade with a black handle
| A p p e a r a n c e D e t a i l s |
Jan has an air of quiet confidence about him, especially when he’s standing. His shoulders are pulled back and he has a strong posture. After years of working with metal and metal goods his hands are scarred and calloused.