Zach Wade headed to bank to make a deposit and goes missing

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UPDATE 1/21/16 – Sevierville Police made contact with Zach late Wednesday night, they say he was okay but somewhere out of state. NFI

Original story:  Aaron Zachary Wade, aka Zach, 41, was last seen Tuesday, January 19, around 7:50 a.m. on Highway 66, Winfield Dunn Parkway, in Sevierville.  He was driving a silver 2003 Chrysler Pacific with plates V98-00B.  The Mountain Press reported he left the family’s business, Clarion Inn Willow River to go to the bank to make a deposit.  Gary Wade, former Tenn. Supreme Court Justice, says his son Zach is part-owner and longtime General Manager of the hotel.  When he didn’t pick his two children up from school that afternoon, Gary called the police and filed a police report.  Zach left on Monday and has not been seen since Tuesday, so it could be that he was seen on video on Tuesday, or at least the vehicle was seen.  A further mystery is that late Wednesday night, Zach’s tablet pinged in Lewisburg, West Virginia and his phone last pinged near I-40 in Cocke County at Ryan Camp Road. The Sevierville Police Department  is asking for the public to keep an eye out for Zach or his car.   If you have any information on Zach’s whereabouts call the Sevierville Police Department at (865) 868-1731.

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