Missing person Michael Henry Wasik

Missing: Michael Henry Wasik

Missing Person Case by Psychic Detective Brian Ladd – September 2021, We Will Find Them

Michael Henry Wasik: Approximately born in 2002

Date and Time of Disappearance: 02/09/2002

Missing Location (Approx): Jacksonville, Florida

Missing Classification: Endangered Missing

Gender: Male

Ethnicity: White

Date of Birth (DOB): 02/23/1960 (61)

Age at the Time of Disappearance: 41 years old

Height / Weight: 5’7″, 240 pounds

Description, Clothing, Jewelry, and More:

  • A small stud earring in his left ear.
  • Clothing unknown, but he usually wears baggy pants with a belt and t-shirts, or, in cooler weather, large long-sleeved flannel shirts.

Distinguishing Characteristics, Birthmarks, Tattoos:

  • Caucasian male, brown hair, blue eyes.
  • Nickname: Mike
  • Size 10 1/2 EEE shoes
  • Previously fractured right hand
  • Scar on right eyebrow
  • Left ear pierced
  • Tattoos: Black dragon on right forearm, black skull with razor teeth dripping red blood on left forearm, unspecified tattoos on lower leg, and two unspecified tattoos on his back.

Case Information from Local Sources (May or May Not be Correct): Wasik was last seen at a homeless shelter in the vicinity of the 600 block of Union Street in Jacksonville, Florida, on February 9, 2002. He has never been heard from again. Wasik has four siblings and was close to them, but they have not heard from him since his disappearance. Prior to his disappearance, his wife left him, and he began to drink heavily as a result. He lost his job and custody of his children. His family believes he may be homeless.

Other Information and Links:

  • Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
    • Contact: 904-630-0500, 904-630-2627

September 2021 Updates and Sources: A missing person is someone who has disappeared, and their status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed. The reasons for going missing vary, including voluntary disappearance, accidents, crimes, or death in a location where they cannot be found. While criminal abductions are widely reported, they account for only 2-5% of missing children in Europe. Some missing person cases remain unresolved for many years, creating legal complexities related to assets and death certificates.

Various organizations, such as the International Commission on Missing Persons, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), and national organizations like the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in the US, Missing People in the UK, Child Focus in Belgium, and The Smile of the Child in Greece, aim to improve missing children investigations.

Related Links:

  • Project Jason
  • Voice for the Missing

October 12, 2004 – October 20, 2005: Information on the case from local sources updated; may or may not be correct.

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