Cpl. Jessiah Jameson, 21, a Fort Campbell soldier has been missing since November 16. Jameson was last seen at a night club called Kickers Country Club when he was removed for being intoxicated.
Police spokesman Andy Bechtold said Jameson was believed to have taken a cab to a motel, but never arrived. His car was left in the parking lot.
Bechtold said investigators have no reason to suspect foul play.
Several members of Jameson’s family, including his wife, Erin, who has been living in Bellingham, Wash., arrived in Clarksville on Wednesday to put up fliers.
“We’re going to try to do all we can do,” she said. (Seattle PI)
According to reports, Jessiah Jameson hasn’t used his debit card or turned on his cell phone since he has been reported missing. According to the Club Rules there are some references to gang activity listed on the admittance signs at the club. Could he have had a run in with the wrong person?
Family seeking missing soldier, No one has heard from him in a week
Cpl. Jessiah Jameson sounded excited to see his wife and son after a year in Iraq.
After he landed in Fort Campbell, Ky., last week, he was on the phone two or three times a day with his wife, Erin, who lives in Bellingham.
The 21-year-old Bellingham native’s disappearance is now under investigation by police in Clarksville, Tenn. His wife, mother and mother-in-law spent Thanksgiving in the area searching for him and spreading word about his vanishing, Johnson said.
“Everybody is doing as well as they can in this situation,” she said. “We’re just trying to be hopeful, just hoping for some answers.”
Jameson, with the 101st Airborne Division, was expected back in the Northwest on Dec. 4, said Johnson, who lives in the Seattle area. After the holidays, he planned to move his wife and 22-month-old son with him to a house he had rented in Kentucky. (Seattle PI)