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Nathan Webb missing from Cleveland, Texas after messaging he was bleeding on the highway FOUND

Nathan Webb

Missing Liberty County Texas Nathan Webb

September 2, 2018 – Nathan has been located.  More information as it comes in.

Nathan Webb, 20, has been missing from Cleveland, Texas since Friday, August 30, 2018.  Nathan left a message via Messenger on his phone that makes everyone concerned where he could be.

Nathan Webb
Nathan Webb

The message said, “911 help idk where in (I’m) at pkeasw (please) help mu (me).  Leg and head are bleeding on highway.  Please help.”

Nathan Webb
Nathan Webb

 

At this point no one knows if the message was sent by Nathan himself or if someone has Nathan’s phone and sent that message.

Brittany, Nathans sister who told me that Nathan was missing also said that Nathan sent the message with his phone, but now his phone has no service.  Brittany has been reaching out to family and friends searching for Nathan but so far he has not been located.

There were some messages that Brittany received that said Nathan had gone to the home where Brittany’s mother, Bethel Bell had been murdered in 2003 in the Pebble Creek subdivision off FM 1725.  Her burned body was found on Forest Service Road 202, just off Alsobrooks Road in San Jacinto County in the Sam Houston National Forest.  Michael Lee Brantley, 34, who stated in 2003, he was a member of the Aryan Brotherhood, was indicted for capital murder of Bell.  A May 2018 article by the Montgomery County Police Reporter states that Brantley is a fugitive.

The Liberty County Police Dept. has been notified, but they have not stated anything, but did take a missing report.

If you see him please contact us here or 1st Priority Search and Recovery on Facebook or the  Liberty County Police Dept.

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