UPDATE: Endangered missing person found in Jefferson City
JEFFERSON CITY- The Jefferson City Police Department has cancelled an Endangered Person Advisory that was issued for Kelley L. Clark after an incident occurred at 200 East Ashley Street at 10:48 p.m. on Monday.
According to a press release from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Clark was located safe in Jefferson City.
The Jefferson City Police Department 911 Center said a caller stated Clark was being held against her will in her vehicle by the suspect.
911 operators spoke with Clark on the phone and she said she was fine, but she was short with her responses. Before being disconnected, operators heard a verbal argument on the phone.
45 minutes after the call, officers located Clark’s vehicle unoccupied in the 200 block of East Ashley Street. Evidence located at the vehicle indicated Clark might be in danger and possibly being held against her will, police said.
Police said Jimmie J. Johnson Jr. is a possible suspect. He was previously described as a 47-year-old male weighing 205 pounds and 6 feet 1 inch. Johnson has black hair and brown eyes with tattoos on both his arms and chest. The tattoos are religious in nature.
According to the original Endangered Person Advisory, Johnson is known to drive a silver or gray 1999 Ford Taurus station wagon bearing Missouri plate FJ1U1F.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to reflect the most recent information.