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Missing Marshall man found deceased

Released by Harrison County Sheriff's Department:

Harrison County Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a missing person from 400 PR 2220, Marshall, Texas on December 27, 2011 at approx. 10:00 PM.

Upon deputies arrival, they were advised that Jeremy Grinnell, W/M/19, had last been seen at his place of employment, but had left and did not clock out.

The vehicle that the missing person had driven to work was at the residence; however, a motorcycle was missing from the residence.

The family had found a letter that the missing person left behind at the residence and in the letter, the missing person made several apology references to his family.

Deputies attempted to locate the missing person during a search at night and solicited assistance from the Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter unit in Longview, Texas. The search continued through the night and another team of searchers re-grouped and began at daybreak with tracking dogs from the Harrison County Sheriff's Office and the Shreveport Fire Department.

At approx. 11:30 AM, the missing person's motorcycle and coat were found in a heavily wooded area south of Marshall-Leigh Rd. and Long John Rd. in the Scottsville area of the county.

Tracking dogs followed a scent path from the area of the discovery to the location where a body was found. The deputies cordoned off the area and a crime scene investigation has been initiated. The body of the missing person was pronounced dead by J.P. Westy Meisenheimer and an autopsy has been ordered.

 

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