46 Year Old Southwest Flight Attendant, Kenneth Cummings Missing Since June 4th, 2007 (Update: Terry Mark Mangum Arrested)(Update: Found Deceased)
Kenneth Cummings, a Southwest flight attendant, has been missing since June 4, 2007. He was last seen at his home. The authorities are concerned for the safety of Kenneth Cummings as they found evidence of someone being injured in his home. Texas Equusearch has joined the search for the missing Kenneth Cummings.
“Our hope is that he’s still OK. We won’t give that up until we actually find him, one way or the other,” said Cindy Wisdom Texas Equusearch. “There are things that went on in the house or appeared to have gone on in the house and that the tire tracks that are left in this driveway and things like that kind of lends towards foul play. And that’s never a good thing”.
- 5 feet 10 inches tall
- weighs about 170 pounds
- He has an olive complexion and small scars above his left eye and on his upper lip
Pearland Police are investigating the disappearance of 46-year-old Kenneth L. Cummings, Jr. who was last seen Monday, June 4th at Café Adobe at 2111 Westheimer, as well as EJ’s at 2517 Ralph and at JR’s at 808 Pacific. (Fox-Houston)
Volunteers passed out fliers and searched several fields in Pearland on Monday morning for clues in the disappearance of a Southwest Airlines flight attendant.
UPDATE I:Mark Mangum is being charged with murder
Pearland police have made in arrest in the case of a missing man.
Mark Mangum is being charged with murder. Police believe he was the last person to see Kenneth Cummings alive.
A 26-year-old Cypress man was charged Monday night in the murder of a longtime Southwest Airlines flight attendant who has been missing for more than a week.
Pearland police said Terry Mark Mangum was charged after being interviewed by Houston and Pearland police. “I don’t want to go into detail, but there is enough evidence for the Brazoria County District Attorney to move forward with the charge of murder,” said Pearland police detective Jon Matherne. (Houston Chronicle)
UPDATE II: Texas Equusearch to Search Two areas on Tuesday for Kenneth Cummings
We spoke with Tim Miller tonight, founder of Texas EquuSearch, regarding the search for missing Southwest flight attendant Kenneth Cummings. Tim stated that there has been an arrest and that TES will be searching in two different locations tomorrow on Tuesday. The locations are approximately 25 miles apart from one another. It would appear that authorities must be getting something from the questioning of the suspect that has been arrested; however, nothing has been reported.
UPDATE III: TES has found the body of Kenneth Cummings He was located in a farm field in a shallow grave in the San Antonio area by members of Texas Equusearch. The body is believed to have been burned. Searchers went to the San Antonio area as Kenneth Cummings credit cards were used in the area.
Today, Texas EquuSearch says a team member and volunteers found a shallow grave which they believe contains Cummings’ remains. A positive ID has not been made at this time.