Rescue organization to resume search for Texas State student last seen near Luling
LULING, Texas – A nonprofit organization dedicated to finding missing people will restart its search for a Texas State student who has not been seen since December. Starting Friday, Texas Search and Rescue — known as TEXSAR — will commence on a large search for Jason David Landry, 21. Landry was involved in a car crash near Luling that happened around midnight on Dec. 14, according to the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office. TEXSAR officials said more than 100 members will be involved in this search, including a search and rescue K9 team and a mounted search patrol. Related:Law enforcement searching for Texas State student who disappeared after crash near LulingSearch continues for missing Texas State student who crashed car while returning home from school
New developments arise in case of missing Texas State University student
New developments are arising in the mysterious disappearance of Texas State University student Jason Landry. The 21-year-old disappeared in December as he drove home to the Houston area to visit his family ahead of the holidays. Data shows at 11:24 p.m., Jason entered the city of Luling, off of Highway 80, and stopped using the Waze App and began using Snapchat. At 12:31 a.m., Landry’s vehicle was found after it was damaged. RELATED: Search continues for missing Texas State student who crashed car while returning home from school
Rescue organization suspends search for Texas State student who disappeared near Luling
LULING, Texas – Texas EquuSearch, a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to searching for missing people, has suspended its search for a Texas State student who disappeared near Luling. Law enforcement officers found the crashed vehicle near Salt Flat Road north of Interstate 10, but do not know how the incident occurred. On Dec. 14, officials had a helicopter crew search the area for Landry or any other possible victims and conducted a search on the ground. The search organization said that they believe that the area where Landry disappeared has been “searched thoroughly.” Frank Black, spokesperson for the organization, said they will wait until law enforcement officials obtain “credible and sufficient information” for their teams to search. As a result, Texas EquuSearch is suspending our search operations for Jason until law enforcement investigators obtain credible and sufficient information that would lead our team into a more specific area to search.”Related:Law enforcement searching for Texas State student who disappeared after crash near LulingSearch continues for missing Texas State student who crashed car while returning home from school
Search continues for missing Texas State student who crashed car while returning home from school
CALDWELL COUNTY, Texas – Authorities are still searching for a 21-year-old Texas State University student has not been seen since a car crash earlier this week. Landry was reported missing Monday morning after Caldwell County officials said he crashed his vehicle on Salt Flat Road, near Luling. County officials told the Statesman his car went off the road and spun out, though it’s unclear what caused the crash. Landry is described as being 6 feet, 1 inch tall with brown hair and brown eyes, according to the Caldwell County Office of Emergency Management. Anyone with information on Landry’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Caldwell County sheriff’s office at 512-398-6777.