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6-year-old Bradence Jones missing from Missouri FOUND

Bradence Jones missing Missouri

Name also spelled as Braedence Jones

January 9, 2019 –

Bradence Jones has been found.  On Tuesday, January 8, 2019 the Camden County Sheriff’s Department who received a tip from the US Marshals Service found Bradence, his mother and the mother’s boyfriend hiding in an attic.  The home was located on Highway N in Laclede County.

Aubrey Ferguson and Woodrow Ziegler

According to Fox2Now, “Ferguson and her boyfriend, Woodrow Ziegler, another suspect in the case, have been placed under arrest. They were found in an attic crawl space that had been nailed shut and hidden.  Ferguson was with the child in the crawl space when discovered.”

Bradence Jones has been missing since August 3, 2018 from 9293 Route D in Camdenton in Camden County in Bourbon, Missouri.  He is believed to be with Woodrow Allen Ziegler, 41, and Aubrey Susan Sky Ferguson, 30.

Woodrow Ziegler and Aubrey Ferguson

Authorities said the child’s father has court ordered custody through Camden County.  Ferguson refused to return the child to the father after her visitation and Ziegler is not allowed to have contact with the child per the courts.


Ziegler is 5’10, 250 pounds with green eyes and brown hair. Ferguson is 5’7, 101 pounds with brown hair and eyes.

Jones is 3’5 and around 35 pounds. He has brown hair and eyes. He was last seen wearing a yellow shirt, red cut-off sweatpants and Batman sandals.

Police are also searching for two vehicles possibly connected to Jones’ disappearance: A red 2005 Honda Civic with Missouri license plate DR1-T8R and a gray 2000 Toyota Camry with Missouri plates that either read SR5-K7T or TA1-H6X.

Police urge anyone with information to call (573) 346-2243 or 9-1-1.

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