Missing Persons

Merlene Hayes

Black Female | Age: 77 (06/27/38)
5'7 170lbs
Hair Gray

Ms. Hayes was reported missing by family members on April 26, 1994.
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Erik Sol Patchin (a.k.a. Domino E and Frog)

White Male | Age: 41 (12/02/73)
5'10 160lbs
Hair Brown, Eyes Brown

Erik Patchin was last seen by friends on May 24th, 1994 at approximately 2:00 AM in Tallahassee.
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John Wesley Davis

White | Age: 67 (03/09/48)
5'11 165lbs
Hair Blond, Eyes Blue

Mr. Davis disappeared from the Tallahassee area on or about Februay 5th, 1981.
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Ivan Aguilar

Hispanic Male | Age: 16 (01/05/99)
5'10 150lbs
Hair Black, Eyes Brown

Ivan Aguilar was reported missing by family members on May 8, 2014
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