Thu, Mar 7, 2013
A 26-year-old Walker man has been reported as missing and detectives believe his disappearance is the result of foul play, law enforcement officials said Thursday. Brandon Steele Parnell was last seen at a lounge east of the city limits of Denham Springs around 10 p.m. on Feb. 25.
Alison Hudson, spokeswoman for theLivingston Parish Sheriff’s Office said detectives believe foul play was involved his disappearance but refused to release any more information while the investigation is ongoing.
Parnell is usually in constant contact with his family, Hudson said, but family members have not heard from him since he was reported missing.
He has blue eyes, strawberry blonde hair and a number of tattoos on his arms, chest and fingers, Hudson said. He was last seen wearing a black, short-sleeve t-shirt with a white emblem on the shirt. He was also wearing blue jeans and white Nike tennis shoes.
Parnell has tattoos that spell out “TAP OUT” on the left side of his chin and “PATSY” on the left side of his neck. He also has a tattoo of a four-leaf clover next to his left eye.
He was last driving a white Chevrolet full-size work van bearing the license plate number VFA-559.
If anyone has heard from or knows the whereabouts of Brandon Steele Parnell, you are urged to contact Detective Sergeant Brandon Browning with the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office Detective Division at 225- 686-2241 ext. 345 or 1-800-443-7681.
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