OSP and West Jordan, Utah PD Asking For Public's Help to Find Missing Utah Man
FRIDAY MORNING UPDATE: Oregon State Police was notified this morning that Larry W. Hutcherson, 35, of West Jordan, Utah, was located safe and unharmed at a relative's home in Washington State.
The OSP and law enforcement from Utah asked the public for help in locating the man Thursday. He was believed endangered and was last believed to be traveling in Oregon, possibly westbound on Interstate 84.
The Oregon State Police and West Jordan, Utah, Police Department are asking the public's help to locate missing 35-year old male believed endangered who may be traveling in Oregon, possibly westbound on Interstate 84.
Larry Hutcherson, 35, of West Jordan, Utah, was reported missing, by his mother to West Jordan Police Department. Mental health concerns lead his mother and police to believe he is a danger to himself and others. He is also not taking newly prescribed medications. When his mother spoke to him on the phone night, he said he did not know where he was.
An OSP trooper and Baker County deputy respondedmorning to the westbound Interstate 84 Weatherby Rest Area near milepost 332 about ten miles west of Huntington in Baker County. The officers went to the rest area after an employee found an extensive amount of personal property disposed of in the rest area that was determined to be connected with Hutcherson. An inquiry confirmed he was reported missing.
Hutcherson is believed to be driving a green 2000 Ford Windstar van displaying Utah license Y420VF.
Hutcherson is described as a white male, 5-foot-10, 215 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. He is also described as having a dark complexion.
Anyone seeing Hutcherson and/or his vehicle in Oregon is asked to call Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at 800-442-2068 or 9-1-1.