Miguel Sunny Scott – October 27, 2011 – Bremerton, WA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Missing:  Miguel Sunny Scott

Case:  Missing/Endangered

Nickname:  None

Missing From:  Bremerton, Washington

Missing Date:  October 27, 2011

Race:  Asian/Pacific Islander     Sex:  Male

Age at Time Missing: 19

Height:  71 in.

Weight:  116 lbs.

Hair Color:  Black

Eye Color:  Brown

Tattoos:  None

Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks:  Jaw is wired shut from recent facial surgery, scar under chin, and on left side of face from surgery as well.  At time last seen he had a broken jaw and may be in need of medical attention.

Other:  Last seen wearing blue jeans, tennis shoes and a backpack.

Police Agency:  Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office, Detective Phil Doremus (360) 337-5616

Case Number: NCMEC # 1188070, PD case # K11-011856, NamUs MP # 13040

Circumstance:  Miguel Scott went missing from Evergreen Park in Bremerton, WA at approximately 10pm on the night of October 27, 2011.  Scott had allegedly been at the park with some friends, who report the last time they saw him was around 10pm that night.  Scott’s mother, Rosemarie Herrera, stated that Miguel had never run away before and she doesn’t think he would, as he had plans to finish school and enter into the Navy.  Miguel’s mother also said she had heard rumors that Miguel might be in debt to some people, but that it was never proven.  Friends said when they last saw Miguel, he was in good spirits.  Cell phone records indicate his last usage was at 6:56pm the night of October 27, and that he has not logged into Facebook as he would normally do daily.  A reward is being offered for information leading to his return.

Scott_WA_2011

  • Intranet

  • Missing Posters

    LostNMissing Inc. gives full permission to any person, persons, organization, news or media outlets to share and use any of our missing posters. They may be used in any capacity to help bring awareness including, videos, commercials, blogs, forums, social networking sites, in print form, books, booklets and newspapers. We only ask that they do not be altered in any fashion and cannot be used for products sold, except newspapers and magazines. Any other use must obtain the permission of LostNMissing, Inc. Thank you.