Baylee Despot missing from Bakersfield; flyers being torn down

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August 7, 2018 – On Wednesday, I spoke with KGET reporter, Olivia LaVoice.  She brought to my attention her story on the possible connection between missing Baylee Despot and missing Micah Holsonbake that went missing only a month before Baylee went missing.  What is interesting is not only that they both went missing from the same town and only a month apart, but Baylee and Micah knew each other.  Court documents show other possible similarities and you can  Click here to read and watch Olivia’s story and to learn what she found out why researching this story, and how Baylee and Micah are thought to be connected with their disappearance.

Then even more unusual is what has been happening with Baylee’s mother Jane, recently. As she tirelessly walked posting flyers across different neighborhoods, someone in the Rosedale neighborhood, “was taking down her flyers, replacing them with new flyers, and greasing the poles to prevent her from putting them back up,” reports Olivia La Voice.  Click here to read and watch Olivias report on this and find out what was written on the new flyers that an unknown person posted.

Who could possible be harassing Jane and why would they be doing that.

We need help solving this case and need tips.  If you have any information, please let us know.  As always, you can remain anonymous and your identity will be protected. Send tips to missingpersonsofamerica@gmail.com

Original Story

Baylee Despot has been missing from Bakersfield, California since April 25, 2018.  Baylee may be carrying a cross body purse and she likes to wear knit caps and oversized sunglasses.  She has a sleeve tattoo on her right arm and a tattoo that says “For those I love I will sacrifice,” along with small tattoos on her fingers.  Baylee Despot has a mole on the right side of her nose and a scar on her left knee.

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baylee despot

Jane, Baylee’s mother posted on Facebook, “Day 100, I started Day 100 just like I did 1st day my daughter, Baylee Cheyanne went missing. Get up early and go post fliers. There is a certain area in Rosedale where Baylee’s fliers get taken down, and the suspected person that I believe who takes them, down went as far to grease the poles! But I didnt let that stop me! THEN the suspected pole greasers drove by me, slowed down, looked right at me laughing, as I am posting fliers. No MATTER WHAT, I WILL NEVER STOP LOOKING FOR YOU BAYLEE AND POSTING FLIERS, WE WILL FIND WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU And Bring Baylee Home.”

Age 21 – Baylee Cheyanne Parrent- Despot
Missing: April 25, 2018,  From: Bakersfield, CA.
Height: 5’7”| Weight: 110 lbs.
Eyes: Green| Hair: Brown shoulder length

If you have any information that could lead to Baylee Despot’s location, please contact the Kern County Sheriff Office at (661) 861-3110

Law Enforcement Case # 2018-66831
NamUs MP # 43519
Bring our Missing Home, Inc. Tip line (810) 294-4858

Micah Hosenbake
Micah Hosenbake

Micah Hosenbake was reported missing April 4. He was last seen on Mt. Vernon Ave & Flower Street around 3:00 pm in Bakersfield.

Holsonbake is described as white, 5-foot-10, 190 pounds, brown hair and hazel eyes.

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