Tommy Smith missing from Texas FOUND

Tommy Davis
Tommy Davis

Tommy Smith Texas

Tommy Smith was located safe.

Tommy Smith, 41, is missing from Marshall, Texas.  He was seen around 11 p.m. on September 8, 2018 at the Lighthouse in Karnack with an unknown man.

His mom, Terry posted, “It doesn’t seem he has been taken to jail , not in any local hospitals , no financial transactions on his checking account , missed work all this past week. Family nor closest friends have heard from him since last Saturday night around 11:00 on September 8th.”

Texas Rangers

Evidently, Terry was frustrated when she could not get the Harrison County to “take her missing person report, seriously,” so she contacted the Texas Rangers and according to Terry they are on their way to help search for Tommy.

Tommy Smith
Tommy Smith

Also, note that Tommy’s truck is still missing and it may be easier to spot than Tommy.  Note, it has Louisiana plates.  So if you see it, let Terry know right away and if you think you see Tommy, take a photo and get a hold of Terry or myself.  Thanks!

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