Ray Halsell: Missing Santa Clara VTA supervisor Found

Ray Halsell
UPDATE:  Ray has been identified as the man found dead in his car in Tracy on May 12, according to the San Joaquin County coroner’s office.   Ray was found dead in his green 2001 Honda Accord at 3:15 p.m. in a ditch 100 feet off of Coral Hollow Road near Interstate Highway 580, California Highway Patrol spokesman Adam Shelton said.   
Police believe Ray went off the roadway and crossed the road and off the left shoulder, through a barbed-wire fence before coming to a rest.

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Ray Halsell, 64, a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority supervisor has been missing since Thursday, May 10.

Ray left his job after barbecuing for his fellow employees around 2:30 p.m.  He normally takes the train, but drove on that day. 

His wife Sheila Halsell is worried about him as Ray has diabetes and high blood pressure.  She said he always comes home at the same time every day and this is out of character for him.  Ray’s phone goes straight to voice mail. 

Sheila says she is worried he may have fallen asleep and veered off the road into a remote area.  The police searched the area, but have not found him.

Ray was driving a 2001 green Honda Accord sedan with California license plate number 4SYG711.  He route home would have been on Highway 84, Patterson Pass Road and Corral Hollow Road as shortcuts near Livermore.

If you have any information about his whereabouts, please call the Tracy Police Dept.

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