Jonathan Terry Holley – Oct. 26, 2005 – Abeville, SC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Missing:  Jonathan Terry Holley

Case:  Unsolved Missing

Missing From:  Abeville, SC

Missing Date:  October 26, 2005

Race:  W      Sex:  M

Age at Time Missing:  25 years old

Height:  5’5″        

Weight:  175lbs

Hair Color:  Black

Eye Color: Brown

Tattoos: Large swastika on the left side of his chest, a tattoo of Confederate Gen. Robert E.
Lee riding a horse on his left side, a skull tattoo on his right
shoulder, a running vine tattooed on his neck, a skull tattoo
on his left calf, a grim reaper on left upper arm and a bumblebee under his right arm.

Police Agency: Abbeville County Sheriff’s at 864-446-6000 or 864 446-6050.

Case Number: 05-1127, NamUs case #8123

Circumstance:  Jonathan Holley was last seen October 26, 2005, at a social gathering on Old Vienna Road in Abbeville County. It is not known where he went when he ran from the residence on Old Vienna Road in Abbeville that day and he has not been seen or heard from since. when he stopped by her home — where he was living at the time — for a bath and fresh change of clothes. He had told her he would see her later that evening — but Jonathan Terry Holley never came back home.  His mother has been anxiously awaiting any news ever since. “He came in and took a bath and changed clothes and kissed me and said, ‘Momma, I love you and I’ll see you tonight,’” explained Louise Wooten. “I haven’t seen or heard from him since. He was not the type to just walk away like that. “He still lived at home. Jonathan would not do this to me.” The Abbeville County Sheriff’s Office says fresh leads and additional information about the man’s disappearance are still being sought.  Holley was last seen Oct. 26, 2005, at a gathering on Old Vienna Road in Abbeville County. Abbeville County investigator Mike Belcher said Holley has not been seen or heard from since, and also has not contacted family members or friends.

 

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