Kristopher Clarke – Feb. 22, 2012 – New Town, ND

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Missing:  Kristopher David Clarke

Case:  Missing

Nickname: K.C., Gimp Daddy

Missing From:  New Town, North Dakota

Missing Date:  February 22, 2012

Race: W       Sex: M

Age at Time Missing:  29

Height:  5’9″

Weight: 140 lbs

Hair Color:  brown

Eye Color: brown

Scars/ Unique Marks:  long surgical scars on both legs, scar on left wrist, scar on stomach, scar that goes from over ribs on left side around to upper back. He also has pins and plates and walks with a slight limp.

Piercings :Ears. Lobes and upper ear. May or may not have been wearing earrings. Keloid present on one ear (scar from piercing)

Other:  last seen wearing a gray jogging suit.

Police Agency: Officer Ryan Zimmerman, Williston Police Department, 701-577-1212, e-mail police@ci.williston.nd.us

 

Circumstance: 

Kristopher David Clarke, nickname K.C., 29, has been missing since Feb. 22, 2012. Kristopher is a native of Washington, but had gone to North Dakota to make some money. He was last sighted at his job at Blackstone Trucking in New Town, N.D. and has has not been heard from again. His truck, a white 2007 Chevrolet diesel engine extended cab (license plate AC63117) was later found abandoned in Williston, ND on April 1, 2012. Friends became worried about Kristopher after the stopped hearing from him. A landlord for a rental house he had been paying for in Texas also stopped receiving checks. Kristopher’s mother, Jill Williams, created a Facebook page called Find KcGimpdaddy as a tool to help find her son and to receive tips on his location.  According to a Facebook post, Williams explains why she named the page. ‘Friends called him gimp daddy after his motorcycle accident, and thought putting that in along with his name would make it easier to find this page.’

 

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