John James Morris Jr. – July 30, 2007 – Dickerson, MD

Missing:  John James Morris, Jr.

Case:  Missing  

Nickname:  None

Missing From:  Dickerson, Maryland

Missing Date:  July 30, 2007

Race:  Caucasian         Sex:  Male

Age at Time Missing:  37

Height:  6’0″

Weight:  175-185 lbs.

Hair Color:  Short brown/graying

Eye Color:  Hazel

Tattoos: Panther on right forearm(See photo below) and a scorpion tattoo on left shoulder.

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks: Left ear pierced; scar on calf of leg.

Other:  Healed ankle fracture due to injury suffered 5 yrs prior to disappearance.  Rhinoplasty procedure to correct broken nose which occurred at the age 15, eczema on left ankle, cap on front tooth, suffers from degenerative bone disease causing one middle toe to be significantly shorter than others.

Police Agency: Montgomery County Police Department, Detective Rod Stephens, 240-773-6237

Case Number: G07047238      NamUs MP #:  2293

Circumstance: John was last seen at approximately 11:00 pm, in the driveway at the home he shared with his friend on Whites Ferry Road in Dickerson, Maryland. John and his friend had recently ended their 12-year relationship. All of his belongings, including his truck and his dog, were at the home. A K9 search of the woods by his house and did not result in any leads. His cell phone or credit card have not been used since he disappeared.

Photo in red shirt taken just days before missing.

John’s Panther Tattoo
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