Bones found may belong to Texarkana man missing since 2012

Steven Curtis Jones went missing from Texas on 2012, and the authorities believe they have found his remains.  

Jones was last seen on March 16, 2012 when he left his home in Liberty-Eylau riding his motorcycle around 7 p.m.  He never returned. 

Bones that are believed to belong to Steven were found after a driver told police he saw something shining in the woods.  The bones were found about 50 feet from a 1983 Honda Shadow that was found about 40 feet off Garber Street in Texarkana. Authorities searched the area and found 1983 Honda Shadow motorcycle and a shoe and the following day found remains.   

Bowie County Sheriff James Prince says pants and a wallet were found with the remains, which are believed to be those of Steven Curtis Jones. 

“They’ll send those to the medical examiner to determine one if they are human and if they are the remains of Mr. Jones,” said Sergeant Mike Jones with TAPD.

Sheriff Prince said the remains will be sent to a forensic lab to confirm the identification, and preliminary reports “suggest the motorcycle crash was the result of an accident,” reports KSLA.

About Missing Persons Admin 4481 Articles
Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

Be the first to comment