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Golden Alert for missing Taylor Co. KY man
UPDATE: Sunday, Noon, Sunday, Mr. Kessinger is home safely Last seen in Russell County/Jamestown area. May be going to Tennessee. He was last known to be be walking, wearing shirt with "Got Jesus" on it and Notre Dame jacket.
From Ann Sanders
for Taylor County Sheriff's Department
A golden alert has been issued for 55 year old John Kessinger of Saloma Road in Campbellsville. Mr. Kessinger left his residence at approximately 1pmET, last date. Mr. Kessinger was seen in the Russell County/Jamestown area at 9pmCT last date but has since left the area.
Mr. Kessinger is walking and was last known to be wearing Dark colored pants, Dark colored shirt with the words "Got Jesus" written in white and a Notre Dame Jacket.
Mr. Kessinger is a white male, 5' 11" 160 lbs with Hazel eyes and gray hair.
Mr. Kessinger has stated in the past that he was going to Tennessee to tend to a farm. The family is unaware of any farm that he would be going to. Mr. Kessinger does have family in Dandridge, Tennessee but has had no contact with the family in several years.
Mr. Kessinger is known to be delusional and possible suffering from early stages of dementia. If anyone has seen Mr. Kessinger please contact your local law enforcement agency or the Taylor County Sheriff's Office at 270-465-4351.
This story was posted on 2013-11-21 12:29:13
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