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Thursday, February 24, 2011

Jeremiah Jones, missing since Feb. 11

Written by  Bob Froehlich

Update: According to an article posted in the Times Standard March 17, 2011:
An autopsy indicated that Jeremiah Holland Jones, 22 of Eureka, missing since early February, likely drowned in Arcata's Janes Creek. Jones was reported missing by concerned family members after he had not been seen since Feb. 11 (see the original missing person post below). Humboldt County Deputy Coroner Roy Horton said Jones' body was found floating face-down in Janes Creek near the United Methodist Church on 11th Street at around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, after a neighbor to the church called
authorities. Horton said it appears Jones may have been in the creek since he went missing last month. No identification was found on Jones and he was ultimately identified by tattoos and a piece of metal in his leg from a medical procedure.

Toxicology tests are pending, Horton said, but preliminary results of the autopsy indicate Jones drowned. He said no signs of trauma were found on Jones' body and homicide is not suspected in the case.

Thanks to Community Journalist Kelly Lincoln for doing the research for the update on this missing person.

According to a release from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, dated February 24, 2011:
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a Eureka man who has not been heard from since February 11, 2011.  Jeremiah Holland Jones, 22, was reported missing by concerned relatives who added that it was extremely unusual for Jones to be out of contact with his family.  Jones may have been driving a 1986 gray Lincoln sedan; that vehicle was recovered, abandoned near the intersection of Nevada and Harris Street in Eureka. Jones is a white adult male, about 5’10” tall, weighing 155 pounds.  He has blue eyes and short blond hair.  Jones has several tattoos including “Only God Can Judge Me” on his abdomen and “Mom” on his right wrist.
Anybody with information regarding the whereabouts of Jeremiah Jones should call the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office at (707) 445-7251.


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