Jamaree Clarence Coleman
Missing since: 07/24/93
Missing from: Brunswick, Glynn County, Georgia.
Classification: Non family Abduction
Date Of Birth: 05/25/93
Age at Time of Disappearance: 2 months old
Marks, Scars: Jamaree has a split on his right earlobe. He may have a mole behind his left ear.
Circumstances of Disappearance
Jamaree and his mother, Cheryl Coleman, visited her brother’s residence during the early morning hours of July 24, 1993 in Brunswick, Georgia. Cheryl and Jamaree left the house at approximately 3:00 AM. Her brother offered to give them a ride back to their home, but Cheryl chose to walk. The two were last seen alive at a gas station on Newcastle and O streets, where they got into a pickup truck driven by Carl Harris. Harris took them to a wooded area on Homer Wilson Way on Andrews Island, where he killed Cheryl Coleman, he later confessed to police. Her remains were found on the bank near Academy Creek.
A search of the bank turned up only Jamaree’s baby carrier and blanket. His body was never found.
Harris told authorities under questioning that he laid the baby beside the creek. It was the last place he saw him.
Harris is serving a sentence of life without parole for the murder of Coleman and another woman, Essie May Dowdy, who was found dead in Greenwood Cemetery.
Brunswick Police Department (Georgia) – 1-912-267-5559
A drawing of what his split ear may look like is below.
Age Progressed to 12
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