Missing From: Millbrook, Alabama
Classification: Missing Endangered
Age at Disappearance:21
Date of Birth: 10/17/76
Scars, Marks, Tattoos: lighthouse tattooed on his chest, a skull tattooed on the right side of his neck, the word “Brick” tattooed on his right arm, and the name “Robin” tattooed on the underside of his right forearm.
Special Identifiers ( Eyeglasses, Contacts, Beard, Mustache): Light mustache – light goatee.
Possible direction of travel: Headed south on I-65 out of Montgomery, AL
Full Name:George Erick Conquest James
Details of Disappearance:
James was last seen in Montgomery, Alabama on November 23, 1998. He had an argument with his mother and left her home angrily. His car was found broken down on Interstate 65 near Evergreen, Alabama, over 80 miles from his mother’s home, later that day. Witnesses say they saw James make a telephone call at a nearby convenience store. has never been heard from again. He was carrying somewhere between $6,000 and $14,000 in cash on him when he disappeared; a married girlfriend had allegedly given him the money so he could move away and start a new life.
Authorities initially believed James traveled to Florida or to Mobile, Alabama after his disappearance and sought work in the construction industry, but now he is considered a probable homicide victim. He has a criminal record and once served time in prison for burglary. His case remains unsolved.
Elmore County Sheriff Dept.
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