Kevin Adrien Stapp: Missing from San Diego Found

June 14 – San Diego Police have been advised by authorities in Orange County that Kevin Stapp has been found, according to Lt. Andra Brown with SDPD.

Kevin Adrien Stapp, 19, was last seen in Rancho Penasquitos on May 6.

Stapp told his mother that he was going to the store for supplies, but never return.  
 “He’s squeaky clean. He’s never even had a traffic ticket,” Detective Mo Parga with San Diego Police told East County Magazine.   “He had no priors. He’s never gone missing.” A “good kid” with a clean record, Stapp had recently joined the National Guard. 

He drives a royal blue 2002 Hyundai with California license 4WPN855.

Kevin is 5’7″, 165-pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.
If you have information regarding his whereabouts call the San Diego Police Department at 619-531-2000 or Detective Mo Parga at 619-531-2277.
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