James Buckner: Missing from Montgomery Texas Found

Montgomery County Police Dept.

UPDATE 8/13/14 – James’ remains were found in a wooded area near a deserted golf course in Livingston.

7/30/14 – New information has come out on this case.  Texas Equusearch traced James Buckner’s cellphone to Livingston.  The area was searched and James’ truck was found parked outside a La Quinta motel at 440 US 59 Loop South.  It was found that James did not stay at the motel.

Kathy Buckner, James wife said that he had called to say goodnight from his motel room in Waco to say goodnight on Monday.  James traveled for his job, selling valves for water treatment plants.

Kathy did not know he was missing until his employer called to say he did not show up for a meeting.  James was was last seen around 11:30 p.m. July 9 at a Valero store in Montgomery, on the corner of F.M. 105 and F.M. 149.  Which is not far from where he lives.

James Buckner, 57 disappeared in Montgomery, Texas on July 9th 2014. 

The windshield search to locate his vehicle will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday – July 27th 2014 . The search staging area will be at the Montgomery Fire Department ESD #2, located at 20590 Eva St. (also known as Hwy. 105) in Montgomery, Texas. Park in the rear of the fire station. Your Search Coordinator will be Jack Boggess, and his phone number is (713) 826-3869.

I will be adding Jim onto the Missing Texas Forty list.

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