Matthew Weaver missing Granada Hills, California
Matthew Weaver, 21, has been missing since August 10, 2018 from Granada Hills where he recently moved to after moving out of his stepmother, Brooke Tipton’s house in Simi Valley, California. He was last seen about 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 10 in the 2600 block of Stearns Street in Simi Valley, California. There are strange circumstances that lead up to his disappearance.
The family stated to Dateline that Matthew drove to a female friend’s house just after midnight to pick her up, and the pair partied together for the next few hours. He dropped her off at 4:30 a.m. on Friday.
His silver BMW was spotted at Saddle Peak and Stunt roads and security cameras caught it heading past a gate and down a remote road called Topanga Tower Motorway, in Calabasas around 7:15 a.m. He had also posted a SnapChat video of the view from the trail around 5:30 a.m.
On August 11, around 11:30 a.m., according to his family, Weaver sent a text to the same friend he had been with the night before that read “Like some crazy is going onsh** is going on [sic].” Followed by another text that read “I jusst to talk while i have the chance [sic].” The friend asked if he was alright and he never answered.
On August 11, hikers hearing cries for help from female and male voices called the police. As police searched for where the cries came from, they found Matthew’s car at the Topanga Tower Motorway hanging off a cliff, according to KTLA, near Rosas Overlook above the Backbone Trail and Hondo Canyon. He cellphone also put his location in the area of Rosas Outlook, KTLA reported.
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