Missing Phillip Howard may be homeless in San Diego

The Howard family is hoping that you can help them find their missing loved one, Phillip Byrd Howard.
According to Adina Howard:  “My spouse of 29 years walked away March 3, 2017 and I haven’t seen or heard from him since. He’s 52, never ever left like this before. We have 4 kids and an 8 year old granddaughter whom we have raised all her life. Please help me. We are from Colorado, he was last seen in San Diego, Ca.   I filed one [missing person report] 1 May, they said he was spotted in Scottsdale Arizona hitchhiking, but they don’t believe that he is a danger to himself. And the local authorities here no our family for many years, they said because he was a meth user they don’t want to file a nationwide report.”
I asked Adina to contact the police again but go straight to the chief of police and she told me, “I spoke to police chief who said it is not illegal to walk away from your family and never come back. I couldn’t get him a valid reason why I felt his life was in danger other than he hasn’t taken his medications in months and he has a heart condition and high blood pressure. They said that if someone had spotted him in San Diego July 6, he isn’t considered missing that it is not against the law to choose to be homeless:(”

If you happen to see Phillip, please let us know and I will make sure the information gets back to the family.  He may be homeless and may even be in a shelter.  His family is worried and wants to know he is okay.
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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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