Young Miss. Father Saving Up For Son’s 3rd Birthday Disappears

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    999386_10151574444743131_1228964826_nDarious Brent

    Case Type: Endangered

    Date of Birth: January 1, 1993

    Missing Date: July 8, 2013

    Age Now: 20

    Missing City: Jackson

    Missing State: Miss.

    Gender: Male

    Race: Black

    Complexion: Medium

    Hair Color: Black

    Hair Length: Short

    Eye Color: Brown

    Wear Glasses or Contacts: No

    Location Last Seen: Brent was last seen in the Deer Park Road area.

    Circumstances of Disappearance: Brent called his mother late on the night of July 8th to tell her he was on his way home, but he never arrived. Grandmother Barbara Jones told WAPT News that is unusual.

    “He calls me. If I miss a date talking to him, I can call him and I can easily get him,” said Jones . “I’ve never gone this long without talking to Darious.”

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