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Chambers County sheriff seeks tips on missing Baytown police officer

A Baytown police officer has been missing since last Thursday, and Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne is asking for the public’s help with this missing person’s case. Sheriff Hawthorne said Baytown Police Officer John Stewart Beasley has been missing since approximately 3:30 p.m. last Thursday, August 2, when he apparently walked away from his residence in the 1800 block of Parker Place Drive in the Plantation Subdivision in the Cove area. Chambers County Sheriff Hawthorne said the search for Beasley has been ongoing since his family reported him missing later that day. The search has included deputies from the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office, officers from the Baytown Police Department, dog teams from Alpha Team Search and Rescue from League City as well as a K-9 team from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. John Beasley is described as a 46-year-old white male who is 5’9” tall and approximately 220 pounds with a muscular build. He has green eyes and blonde hair that he wears in a buzz cut. John Beasley was last believed to be wearing a gray pull over T-shirt, khaki colored cargo pants and black hiking type shoes. He has a teal blue colored tribal tattoo on his upper right shoulder. There are no indications of foul play at this time surrounding this disappearance of Baytown police officer John Beasley, but detectives continue to investigate all possible leads and scenarios. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of John Beasley is asked to call the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office at 409-267-2500 or Chambers County CrimeStoppers at 844-860-8477.

 

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