Gregory Ferrell, special education teacher missing from Baltimore FOUND


Gregory Ferrell
Gregory Ferrell

Missing Person Baltimore Gregory Ferrell

UPDATE 1/14/18 – Gregory Ferrell has been found deceased in his car on Saturday afternoon in the 1900 block of W. Baltimore St.  There was no sign of trauma, police said. The coroner will to a medical examination to determine the cause of death.

Gregory Ferrell, 56, was last seen at Melba’s Place on 3126 Greenmount in Baltimore, Maryland on December 21, 2017.  In addition, Ferrell, an 8th grade special education teacher never showed up for work at the Monarch Academy Baltimore after winter break.

Ferrell drives a dark purple Mazda CS7 with Maryland tag 1CA8798; additionally, Ferrell goes by his middle name Dean.  Ferrell is 6’2″ tall and 250 pounds and he has diabetes and neuropathy in his feet.  He  was wearing black pants, gray sweater, black shirt and black shoes and hasn’t used his cellphone or bank cards or been on social media.

Many people on social media are commenting about Ferrell and stating what a nice person and helpful teacher he is.

Monarch Academy Baltimore released a statement:

“Our thoughts and prayers are with Gregory Ferrell’s family during this difficult time. Mr. Ferrell is a respected and a popular teacher and we all are saddened by his disappearance. We have made arrangements to cover his responsibilities and have supports in place at the school for the children. We are in touch with both the police and the family and will keep our school population informed of developments.”

Contact the Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-Lockup if you have any information about his disappearance.

 

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