Westley Moore: Missing from Liberty County

Westley Allen Moore, 32, has been missing from Liberty County Texas since June 9th, 2013.
 

Family members of Westley Moore, 31, say that he was last seen in the area of Rye and Romayor by his brother.

“We don’t have a lot of information to go on. His brother said that Westley wandered off down the pipeline, and no one has seen him since,” said his aunt, Ramona Barker of Ace, Texas. Barker said that her nephew was despondent over the loss of his 3-month-old child, who reportedly died three years ago from crib death.

“It was his son’s birthday the day he came up missing,” she said.

Authorities searched for him near the pipeline area near the 6800 block of Outlaw Bend where Polk County, Hardin County and Liberty County all merge together and specifically Hardin County where Mr. Moore was last seen.

Westley is 5 foot 6 inches, 230 lbs, red hair, blue eyes, tattoos: bulldog on stomach, “Momma tried” inside right leg and “Jessiea” on left arm
*there seems to be some confusion on age – DOB would indicate 30 yrs old. Article states 32 years old.*

Anyone having any information regarding Mr. Moore is ask to call the Liberty County Sheriff Department at (936) 336-4500 and speak to Sgt. Investigator Kenny Dagle or call the Hardin County Sheriff’s Dept. at (409) 246-3441 or the Polk County Sheriff’s Dept. at (936) 327-6810.

Found info 2012:   A 2000 Chevrolet pickup truck driven by Aaron John Neff, 28, of Livingston was westbound when the driver swerved to avoid contact with an unidentifi ed oncoming vehicle, according to Trooper Sammy Lattner, Neff avoided hitting the other vehicle, but his pickup truck left the road to the right, entered a ditch and struck the tree line. The driver of the unidentifi ed vehicle did not stop. Neff and a passenger in the pickup, Wesley Allen Moore, 28, were both listed with incapacitating injuries and were transported by ambulance to the Livingston hospital. No charges were fi led in connection with the accident, which occurred at 9:43 p.m.

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