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Newest Search For Man Missing Nearly 3 Years

Leo Paul Massicotte

Leo Paul Massicotte

Leo Paul Massicotte was last seen July 3, 2011 when his girlfriend let him out of her car on Skinner Flat Road in Manchester. Wednesday over 50 law enforcement officials searched for the man on A.E.D.C. property, but so far the man has not been found.
The search involved Manchester Police, Manchester Fire Department, Coffee County Rescue Squad members, deputies from Coffee County, Franklin County along with Warren and Cannon Counties. Also involved were Air Force personnel, Air Force OSI, and Air Force Security, Tennessee State Troopers, the THP helicopter, and K-9 units from Florida, Louisiana and North Carolina.
Manchester Police Chief Investigator Billy Butler stated Wednesday that they have been working with an independent investigator to review this case.
Butler stated that after reviewing the evidence that has been collected over the last month, police met with the AEDC vice commander on Monday. “We reviewed the evidence with him and the J.A.G. officers (legal personnel) and told them that we would like to conduct another massive search on the Air Force property”.
Several rewards have been offered for information leading to Massicotte’s whereabouts but so far the man has not been found.