$50,000 Reward For Info on Missing Newtown Fl Teen Jabez Spann Was Area Along 42nd Street South of Water Tower Park Searched? The Sarasota Police Department, FBI Tampa Division and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is now offering a $50,000 reward for information about the disappearance of Jabez Spann, 14. This is an increase from the reward issued on October 10, 2017. Anyone with information is asked to call Sarasota Crime Stoppers at 941-361-TIPS (8477) or 911. An updated reward poster is attached. Jabez Spann has been missing since September 4, 2017. He was last seen in the area of 22nd Street in Sarasota wearing a turquoise shirt. Jabez is a black male, 5’09” and 120 pounds.
The F.B.I, Sarasota Police department and other law enforcement officials spent the day going around parts of the Newtown area, as well as North Water Tower Park. Officials also spoke with people who live in those neighborhoods to try and get helpful tips in finding Spann. Sarasota Police Chief Bernadette DiPino updated the investigation saying Spann was last seen by his grandmother on Sept. 4th at 6:00 p.m. and thought he was going to stay at a friend's house.
How well were the areas south of the Water Tower Park in Sarasota Fl searched for missing Jabez Spann. There is a drainage ditch with culverts that runs along 42nd Street WEST from Old Bradenton Rd and just SOUTH of the Water Tower Park that is easily accessible by car and out of sight from any neighbors. SARASOTA FL: “I just don’t believe he’s alive,” Lucille Tillery shakes her head. Missing Teen Jabez Spann's Grandma Lucille Tillery Says Jabez Came to Her in a Dream with Water Everywhere and his Face all Messed Up.
Come Hell of High Water, “He came to me in a dream,” she says. “It looked like water everywhere and his face was all messed up.. Granny Tillery's dream could be a reality. If Jabez Spann had been kidnapped on or about on September 4th, 2017 due to him witnessing the murder of Travis Combs in Newtown and if he came to grave and mortal consequences, the kidnappers would have wanted to hide his body, most likely they would have dumped the body in a field, this is not the case. Possibly Jabez Spann's kidnappers put his body in the water to hide the evidence. I have been searching, (Newtown), on my own since the September 26th, 2017 SPD News Conference for missing Jabez Spann.
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