Micheal Morris, 20, is missing from Arkansas. He was last seen walking along Highway 367 near the Sub Station at Olyphan towards home on Monday, January 28, 2019, around 6:30 p.m..
The family filed a missing persons report with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office. When he didn’t return home family and friends searched along the road for him, but they did not locate him. Cynthia, Micheal’s mother posted on Feb. 2, “I just want to say thank you to everyone that helped search for my son today. I have been amazed at how many good hearted people there are in this world. Words cannot begin to tell each of you just how grateful I am. Mark McCoy you are awesome. I texted him and said please don’t tow any of the vehicles in your parking lot today and he texted back that he was opening the store and going to cook pizza for everyone searching for free. Shelia Skinner has been out each day providing water and cookies for everyone, and people have brought food and snacks for everyone. People have taken thier time and some off of work just to help me search, and half of them don’t know me or my son but they are helping. So please if you know anything please, I’m begging you tell me where my son is. I feel helpless, like he’s out there waiting for me to come and get him and I don’t know where he is. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone. Micheal Morris, I Love you and I won’t stop looking until I find you.
The family is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading the Medlocks to find their son.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, please call the Jackson County Sheriff Dept. at 870-523-5842.