Missing man located out of state

(UPDATED 2:45 p.m. Wednesday) A 48-year-old man missing since Monday morning has been located out of state, said Michigan State Police.
Becky Vargo
Dec 4, 2013

Ricky Dean Navarre of Twin Lake was found about noon Wednesday, alive and unharmed.

No foul play is suspected, police said.

Navarre never showed up for work in Norton Shores on Monday, police reported.

Police were informed by Navarre’s wife when she received a call from the man’s employer, Non-Ferrous Cast Alloys Inc.

He had left for work at 5:20 a.m. and had not been heard from since that time.

An alert asking for help locating the man was released by police Monday evening.

He was last seen driving a white 2012 Ford Super Duty Crew pickup truck with tan trim, dual rear tires and a fifth wheel towing package.

Comments

SpellCheck

You mean ferrous????

bigdeal

No iron. They pour molten brass or aluminum or other non-ferrous metals into black sand molds there. Castings for the auto industry and others. Hot job.

LessThanAmused

So, not to stay on topic, but what's the deal with this guy's road trip?

Did he zone out on the way home and come to in Missouri?
Did he go out for a pack of cigs and then have 2nd thoughts about running away?
Was he left to his own devices cuz he couldn't get in the Witness Protection program??
I'm not convinced he was ever "lost".

As this stands, if he's alive and well and just not home then this is a serious non-news story. Is he back home again now, or is he staying wherever it is that he went to??

Remember the girl, from Zeeland I think, who took off a while back? They looked for her for a month or more until she showed up in New Mexico, (or somewhere out west). She'd just decided it was time to go and went...she told the authorities to leave her alone.

Did I not get the memo that said we had to check in with everyone in the world if we just want to get up and go??

Articles with as little useable info as this one has is just further evidence that the art of Journalism is truly dead.

Tri-cities realist

And yet you want to know why he took the trip... Hmm.

LessThanAmused

I really don't care why he took off, not my business, but I read the stupid article and now I want closure.

They were actually rhetorical questions.

A definition of rhetorical for you.....

A rhetorical question is a figure of speech in the form of a question that is asked in order to make a point.[1] The question, a rhetorical device, is posed not to elicit a specific answer, but rather to encourage the listener to consider a message or viewpoint. Though classically stated as a proper question, such a device may be posed declaratively but implying a question, and therefore may not always require a question mark when written. Though a rhetorical question does not require a direct answer, in many cases it may be intended to start a discussion or at least draw an acknowledgement that the listener understands the intended message.

Obviously I failed to make my point as far as you are concerned. Maybe others will chime in and agree with you, or not.

bigdeal

Thanks for clarifying that mr dictionary. Now we know the real story.

LessThanAmused

Ha! Mr. Dictionary, Nooo problem. Actually I used a Vlad trick, the ole cut and paste....saves time and I don't have to think, I just use somebody else's efforts for my own nefarious purposes. :-)

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