Jacksonville, FL – Two people are missing under circumstances which indicate that they may be in extreme life-threatening danger, and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s office is asking for help locating them.
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Kristina French, 53, and Logan Mott, 15, went missing sometime after Monday under EXTREMELY suspicious circumstances which is cause for extreme alarm.
UPDATE 11/24: Logan Mott is now a wanted suspect.
UPDATE: Logan’s father is a Deputy with Jacksonville Sheriff’s office. The deputy was out of town and his mother, Kristina, was supposed to pick him up at the airport but she never showed up or answered her phone.
This is very out of character and there is no mental health history.
The deputy took an Uber home and found the door open, the house ransacked, and his guns missing. Their dog was still in the home.
Logan has been missing from school since Monday, and needs insulin to survive.
Anybody who locates their 2015 Dodge Dart FL plate DLLT42 or sees either of these people should call 911 immediately.
More details about the incident will be released soon by Jacksonville Sheriff’s office after they have time to process the scene and investigate more.
Below is the information released so far by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office:
Logan Tyler Mott
White male, 15 years old
5’9”, 140 pounds
Brown hair, brown eyes
Kristina June French
White female, 53 years old
Blonde hair, light eyes
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is currently working an incident with the Neptune Beach Police Department in which two people are missing and may be endangered. Please contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office immediately if you know the location of either individual or have been in contact with either of them over the past three days.
Either of them may be travelling in a 2015 Dodge Dart, silver, four door vehicle with Florida tag DLLT42, which is also unaccounted for at this time. Firearms are also missing from a home associated with these individuals so neither of them nor the car should be approached if encountered. Instead, please call 9-1-1 if they are spotted.
The photo of the vehicle attached is the same model but is not the actual car. We are in the very early stages of this investigation and are still trying to determine what exactly has taken place and we will release more information when we can.
Anyone who has any information in reference to the location of either of these individuals and who may have seen them or the vehicle in the last three days is asked to contact the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500 or email us at [email protected]
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