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Missing in Mississippi: Cleveland Man Gone Since Last Week, Man Fell in Creek

CLEVELAND, Miss.–If you’ve seen Jonathan Waldrop, he’s been gone since June 17 and his family and Cleveland Police would like to find him and bring him home. There is a reward for info that leads to finding him.

Waldrop is white, 5 ft. 6, 195 lbs., and has light brown hair.

He was last seen driving a beige 2008 Chevy 1500 extended cab pickup.

The MBI has joined Cleveland Police in the search. If you know where he may be, call Cleveland Police at (662) 843-3611 or the MBI at (662) 453-3515.

Meanwhile, in Claiborne County, Douglas Wilson, 32, was still missing early Monday, but the circumstances were much different. Wilson, along with his cousin, Mary Jones, 16, fell into Bayou Pierre Creek, near Utica, just across the line from Hinds County.

The two fell in Saturday and crews were still searching for his body after Jones’ remains were located.

Witnesses said the two were walking along the creek band when the sand gave way under them and three people went into the creek.

Jones’ body was found Sunday and authorities were still searching for Wilson, while family and friends were still hopeful.

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