It has come out that someone, who spoke limited English, called 9-1-1 to report seeing someone walking along the highway, which was later confirmed to be Greg. The Wood County dispatcher who took the call did not use the Spanish translation service and did not pass the information onto the police and was suspended for 30 days.
Greg Senn, from Grand Rapids, Wisconsin has not been heard from since he said he was going for a walk last Saturday around 6:30 a.m.
On Tuesday, bloodhounds were used to search the area where a witness said he saw Greg near the intersection of Whitrock Avenue, in Grand Rapids, and on Wednesday emergency personnel searched throughout the south Wood County area.
Authorities have also searched the water near the 80th Street Bridge on Lake Wazeecha.
Snowy, cold weather has made it difficult for authorities to follow tracks and search over the last four days.
“It does make everything more difficult for us, we still hope that everything is okay,” said Police Chief Lewandowski.
If you have any information about Greg, please call the Grand Rapids Police Dept. at 715-424-1821.
Greg is 5’10” tall, black hair and brown eyes. He wears glasses and was last seen wearing a Detroit Red Wings jersey, blue jeans.
Volunteer search teams have been meeting at Burger King in Wisconsin Rapids at 9:00 a.m. and at Arby’s at Noon. If you can help search for Greg, please check out his Facebook page for more information.