During the investigation of the death of Bryce White, a few things have come to light. One of these things is that his car was found abandoned in the neighborhood where he was last seen. Another is that his Nike shoe was found in that same neighborhood.
Last seen on August 30
Earlier this week, the family of a woman who went missing on August 30 reported she had been found safe. The 39-year-old woman was last seen driving a 1998 green Dodge Ram 2500. Her foster mother, who described her as a street smart young woman, said she had been having discipline issues with her recently. Previously, the woman had been regularly communicating with her family and shared her travels on social media.
The woman’s last phone call was on August 25, but her last text message was on August 30. She was also last seen on a cross-country road trip with her fiancee Brian Laundrie. The couple left Salt Lake City and went to Yellowstone National Park. They stayed for a couple of days. Then they left for Grand Teton National Park. They stopped at the Spread Creek dispersed camping area.
Car found abandoned near Castaic Lake
Several law enforcement agencies, including the California Highway Patrol, have been conducting a ground and underwater search for Bryce Bryce Bryce, a college student who was last seen driving his maroon Toyota Yaris with a Virginia license plate. He told his parents he was going to pull over for the night. But at about 5:30 a.m., he disappeared from the scene of a car accident. The vehicle was eventually located in a ravine near Castaic Lake, about 40 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
One of the most interesting things to come out of the investigation was the car’s track pattern. It seemed like the car went down the bank at high speed. But what happened to the car? Fortunately, Bryce’s belongings were still inside the car.
Behavior changed before he disappeared
During Bryce Laspisa’s disappearance, a few things happened that raised questions. One was Bryce’s drinking habits. Bryce was a talented artist and had a portfolio of work. In the weeks leading up to his disappearance, Bryce’s drinking and drug use began to increase. This raises questions about whether Bryce suffered from a psychotic break.
Another thing that happened was that Bryce’s mom, Karen, had a conversation with Bryce. Bryce seemed to be upset with her. She was worried about his behavior and asked Bryce to take a nap. Bryce said he would get home. However, Bryce never did call his mother back.
Bryce’s roommate told his parents that Bryce had not returned home. Bryce’s parents then decided to report him missing to the police. They also tried to contact Bryce’s cell phone provider. The provider had an automated message on the phone. The phone had been switched to a new number. The provider then pinged Bryce’s cell phone.
Ani realized she was connected to his murder
Despite his best efforts to avoid being in the wrong, Clay finds himself accused of Bryce’s murder. He’s not alone: Clay’s mother thinks she knows who did it, and tells the sheriff to investigate.
As far as Clay’s innocence goes, he’s not impressed. After all, Clay has a bad history when it comes to high school dances.
As Clay and Ani work through the mess, they discover that Bryce had a crush on Alex. Then, they learn that Bryce was the one who introduced Alex to the sex worker. And, Bryce wanted to transfer back to Liberty for the spring semester.
Clay thinks Ani did it. She reportedly told him a story about Bryce. And, he should’ve listened.
Clay also discovers that Bryce had an “omsical” way to get to the movie theater, and he knows a “mirror” if he sees one. In fact, Bryce even wrote a letter about it.
Nike shoe found in area where he was last seen
Several days after 19 year old Bryce Laspisa went missing from Castaic, California, a single Nike shoe was found in an area where he was last seen. Investigators are still unsure of whether the shoe is Bryce’s. However, it does not match the description of what was found on Bryce.
Bryce was last seen wearing a blue and white checkered shirt and white cargo shorts. He was five feet eleven inches tall and weighed approximately 170 pounds. He had a tattoo of a Taurus bull head with a Roman numeral on his left shoulder.
Bryce’s family originally raised him in the Chicago suburbs, but he has moved to southern California for retirement. His mother, Karen, has reached out to the media to ask for help in finding her son. She also contacted her son’s roommate to check on him.