April 25, 2019 – Brayden Mathis has been found safe per his mom. He was located yesterday.
Original Story: Brayden Mathis, 16, is missing from Batesville, Arkansas. He was last seen on April 4, 2019 at home. His mother, Lisa posted on social media: “Day 10 since my son Brayden Mathis went missing. I miss you alot. I call the police station every day but they don’t have any leads to follow. I was cleaning your room today and found your work uniform and started crying i just want you back home safe. I know someone out there knows where my child is and you have to be an evil person not to tell me where he is at.. Please if you know anything please call your local police dispatch. He is only 16 please God let him be found safe soon. Missing from Batesville, Arkansas.”
Lisa states she has hired a private investigator and has set up a GoFundMe page for anyone who would like to help by donating money. She wrote on April 19:
“I absolutely hate to ask people for financial help for things. However, at this point in time I have no idea what else to do to find my boy. I’m a single mother and He has been gone since April 4th, and we are now on April 19th… I haven’t heard from or seen my boy and Im worried…If you can help, I’d greatly appreciate it. If you can’t, that’s okay too. Please just continue to share the missing post and this one as well. Any little bit helps for sure. And please continue to keep us and Brayden in your prayers. “
Brayden was wearing a blue Adidas sweatpants and blue Michael Jordan hoodie. He has severe asthma and using an inhaler. Brayden is tall and thin at 150 pounds. Brayden left his glasses and inhaler behind. He has no cell phone as the one he had was broke. He left his money from his last paycheck.
Lisa believes that someone knows where Brayden is. She wants everyone to know that he is very polite and everyone that comes in contact with him always tells her he is a very well-mannered boy.
“If you know where he is i dont care how far away he is if you just say lisa i have brayden come pick him up i will go anywhere and it will be kept private,” posted Lisa. “Please bring him back home i love him so much and not knowing his safe is breaking my heart. Please im begging you bring my little boy back to me.”
If you have any information, please call the Batesville Police Department at 870-698-2436.