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« Reply #20 on: March 28, 2010, 10:50:40 AM »

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/mar/23/no-sign-of-teen-turns-up-in-desert-search/
No sign of teen turns up in desert search
Boy was meeting friends in desert

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Volunteers flocked to the dessert this past weekend to search for clues to the disappearance of teenager Mickey Guidry. At a staging area, Guidry family friend Chris Crawford (gray t-shirt) goes over a map with a volunteer, as does the father of Amber Dubois, Maurice Dubois (black t-shirt). (Photo courtesy of Chris Crawford)

About 70 people, including Amber Dubois’ father, searched
a remote section of the Anza-Borrego Desert over the weekend for a 16-year-old boy who has been missing since November, but they were unable to find any trace of the teen.

Mickey Guidry, a San Marcos High School student, has not been seen since Thanksgiving weekend, when he took his parents’ Jeep Cherokee without permission to meet some friends in the desert, said family friend Chris Crawford.

On Saturday, volunteers spent 10 hours scouring the rocky and rugged terrain in and around the trail where the Jeep was found. Crawford said they eliminated several areas but still have more places to look in the desolate environment.

The teen was at a campsite off Split Mountain Road in Ocotillo Wells when he left, presumably to go home. He drove off on an isolated dirt road.

The Jeep was found that weekend, broken down and abandoned on an off-road trail in Fish Creek Wash with the keys, the teen’s wallet and other belongings still inside, Crawford said. It was about eight miles from the nearest paved road.

Friends and family searched for the boy in the days after he did not return home and reported him missing to authorities, who originally classified him as a runaway. He had been in trouble the week before after taking his stepfather’s motorcycle for a joy ride, Crawford said.

The Sheriff’s Department conducted a search from land and air about three weeks later and discovered a blanket that belonged to the teen about 1½ miles northeast of the abandoned Jeep. No other sign of him was found.

Crawford said that barring foul play or injury, he thinks the teen would have been able to walk out after the Jeep broke down. Or perhaps he got a ride.

All of the teen’s friends say they have not heard from him. His cell phone has not been used and there has been no activity on MySpace or Facebook. Crawford said he thinks it’s possible but not likely that Mickey is hiding out somewhere, worried that he would get in trouble for taking the Jeep. But if that were the case, Crawford is sure they would have heard something.

“Some info would have bubbled up to the surface by now,” he said.

Crawford said the family appreciated the volunteers’ efforts, especially the help of Moe Dubois, who was instrumental in getting searchers [/b]organized. Dubois’ daughter, Amber, disappeared while walking to school Feb. 13, 2009. Her remains were found March 5 in a remote area off Pala-Temecula Road.

Guidry’s parents are assessing what their next step will be.

The family hopes that if the story is kept in the public eye, someone with information may come forward. Crawford also said that if the boy is alive, maybe he will see the coverage and come home.

“Hopefully he’ll realize that he’s loved and come forward,” Crawford said.

More information can be found at mickeyguidry.com.

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« Reply #21 on: April 09, 2010, 06:48:25 PM »

Adrian David Calleros, 13 years old, missing child at risk since April 6, 2010 in Murrieta, California around 2 p.m., he recently moved to the area from Fontana. He does not live with his biological parents. He was skateboarding at a nearby park. He is not considered a runaway by the police or his guardians.  Adrian was adopted at three years old.
Link: http://www.riversidesheriff.org/press/sws10-0406.htm
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« Reply #22 on: April 09, 2010, 09:10:14 PM »

Adrian David Calleros, 13 years old, missing child at risk since April 6, 2010 in Murrieta, California around 2 p.m., he recently moved to the area from Fontana. He does not live with his biological parents. He was skateboarding at a nearby park. He is not considered a runaway by the police or his guardians.  Adrian was adopted at three years old.
Link: http://www.riversidesheriff.org/press/sws10-0406.htm

PI- is there a reason you've posted this in Mickey Guidry's missing person thread? 
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« Reply #23 on: April 09, 2010, 09:57:05 PM »

PIWannabe - I'm sure you are aware of how large an area San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties cover.  How many people live there.  Please don't try and tie every missing persons case in Southern California to the other.  If you have a new missing person then start a new thread.   If it turns out there's reason to connect them then let us (the moderators) make that decision.  Thanks!   
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« Reply #24 on: April 10, 2010, 03:14:33 PM »

ok, im not posting these missing boys here, for the reason of a connection. I thought it was okay to post them here. Maybe you could do me favor and list all the things I am not supposed to do, make it easier on you, if I post something inappropriate or that I am not allowed to do something, I am aware of it. Thank you. Maybe it was wrong of me to join this forum for the reason that I am more of a nuisance to you more than any help.
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« Reply #25 on: April 10, 2010, 03:20:59 PM »

ok, sorry about that, now im back to normal. Thanks I will go ahead and start a new thread.
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« Reply #26 on: April 10, 2010, 04:17:17 PM »

ok, sorry about that, now im back to normal. Thanks I will go ahead and start a new thread.

Thank you, we appreciate that!
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« Reply #27 on: April 10, 2010, 05:21:25 PM »

Thanks for your patience.
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« Reply #28 on: April 21, 2010, 06:49:03 PM »

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=351259317751&ref=mf
Help Find Mickey Guidry is on Facebook
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« Reply #29 on: April 28, 2010, 01:04:40 PM »

http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/san-marcos/article_338660f4-9811-58ee-afdc-dd7560931b01.html

SAN MARCOS: New clues guide desert search for missing teen
Mickey Guidry, 16, has been missing since Thanksgiving

By SARAH GORDON - sgordon@nctimes.com | Posted: April 27, 2010 8:06 pm | No Comments Posted | Print

Search and rescue volunteers who scoured a desolate area of Anza Borrego this weekend for a San Marcos teen missing since Thanksgiving found the first new clue in months, redirecting the hunt and causing new concern that the boy may have gotten lost in dangerous terrain.

Another volunteer search for Mickey Guidry, 16, is planned for this weekend. It is being organized by More Kids, the new group focused on finding missing children headed by Moe Dubois, father of murdered Escondido teen Amber Dubois, whose family searched more than a year before her remains were found in Pala.

"I know what it's like to feel being without your child," Dubois said Tuesday. "It's a feeling you can't explain, and I want to help them (other families) in any way they can to end that feeling."

Mickey, a San Marcos High School junior, was last seen Thanksgiving weekend, when he took his parents' Jeep Cherokee without permission and joined a school friend and her family for their holiday celebration at a trailer camp near Ocotillo Wells.

He drove away from the camp Friday, Nov. 27, and on Saturday morning hikers found the abandoned Jeep stuck in dirt with a flat tire more than 20 miles down a rocky dirt road used by off-road vehicles.

"I think he really overestimated his ability to get down that road," Mickey's mother, Missy Perucca, 38, said Tuesday.

Sheriff's Search and Rescue volunteers in December found a blanket belonging to the teen about a mile away from the Jeep and concluded Mickey had probably walked along a flat wash, perhaps making it about eight miles to Highway 78.

Subsequent small-scale sheriff's searches and a March search involving about 70 volunteers focused along the wash.

Mickey's case is classified under "runaway juvenile" on the state Attorney General's Office's list of missing people. Vista sheriff's Detective Pat Yates, heading the case, said it is not clear where Mickey went, or whether he ran away, though he believes there is a reasonable chance Mickey made it to the road and hitched a ride. Now maybe he's not coming home because he's worried his parents are angry, the detective said.

Perucca said she didn't think her son would run away, and the unexplained disappearance of her only child has been horrible.

"It's such an emotional roller coaster; one day you have hope and optimism, the next day everything seems grim," she said.

Now there are new concerns.

On Sunday, as sheriff's Search and Rescue volunteers looked for signs of Mickey in the desert, Sgt. Don Parker said he climbed a grueling, rocky mountain in the opposite direction from where the search had focused and found the Jeep's vinyl spare tire cover at the top. Parker thinks the teen used it to cover his head on the rainy night he apparently left the vehicle.

Parker said he thinks Mickey saw the lights of Borrego Springs from the ridge and headed down. But those lights wouldn't have been visible from the desert floor, and each step he took would have had to be over rocky, almost impassable terrain.

"Now our concern is he went over land, not following washes or trails, that he went completely cross-country," Parker said.

However, Mickey could have hit Highway 78 after about eight miles in that direction, too, he said.

Dubois said because the terrain is so bad, he's looking for avid hikers and people with search and rescue, law enforcement and military experience to help find Mickey in a search planned Saturday and Sunday.

For more on the search, go to www.morekids.org.

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« Reply #30 on: May 31, 2010, 11:57:25 PM »

I really hope Mickey still alive out there somewhere. I am hoping somebody is taking care of him and maybe does not know that Mickey is a missing person.
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« Reply #31 on: August 24, 2010, 01:17:34 PM »

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« Reply #32 on: December 09, 2010, 04:18:18 PM »

STILL NO SIGN OF MICKEY GUIDRY: TEEN VANISHED IN ANZA BORREGO DESERT ONE YEAR AGO

“If he did make it out of there, someone must have seen him or knows what happened to him, and we need them to call and tell us.” - Sgt. Don Parker, San Diego Sheriff Department

December 1, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) --The blue Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by 16-year-old Mickey James Guidry was found abandoned in the Anza Borrego desert two days after Thanksgiving. That was Thanksgiving a year ago. No one has reported seeing him since.

The disappearance of the San Marcos teen, which ECM previously reported on,  remains unsolved despite numerous searches by volunteers and the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

Sheriff’s Sgt. Don Parker, emergency services division search and rescue coordinator, headed up the most recent Anza Borrego search about two months ago. Nothing was spotted, he said. It was Sgt. Parker who in April was the last to find evidence in the case. On April 25th, during one of the search and rescue efforts, he located the Grand Cherokee’s vinyl spare tire cover. He described the location as being in dangerous, rocky terrain more than a mile from where the Jeep was found.

“Even in broad daylight, you have to watch where you put every step,” Sgt. Parker said. Further describing the area in which the tire cover was found, he added, “There are rocks the size of bowling balls and some as large as Volkswagens.” He added, “Every time we’ve gone out there, our search and rescue people have come back having been stuck with cactus needles.”

The search teams have covered several square miles of Anza Borrego in areas known as Pinyon Mountain trail, Pinyon Wash, Harper Flat and Harper Canyon, but “the only thing the additional searches have done is eliminate where he hadn’t gone,” Sgt. Parker said. He said that 40 to 50 square miles of desert or more remains to be searched. “Even in areas we’ve already searched, I’m not entirely sure he’s not there…If he’s still out there, if he’s still out there in the area of Pinyon Flat or Pinyon Wash, it would be very difficult to find him.”

But Sgt. Parker added, “If he did make it out of there, someone must have seen him or knows what happened to him, and we need them to call and tell us.”

Sgt. Parker said he has four “open” cases that he’s working as the coordinator for search and rescue, but Guidry’s disappearance is the only one involving a juvenile. He further commented, “They vanish, but they’re not forgotten. People may think they’re forgotten, but they’re not.”

The investigation into Guidry’s disappearance was initially slowed by conflicting circumstances dating back a week prior when the teen erroneously reported being kidnapped to cover up damaging his father’s motorcycle. His mother, Missy Perucca, said that incident was out of character for her son and he didn’t realize the trouble he would cause by making up that story.

Maurice Dubois is one of the dozens of volunteers who participated in the desert searches for Guidry. Dubois is also the father of 14-year-old Amber Dubois of Escondido, whose body was found last March, a year after she went missing. In 2009, Dubois founded More Kids, an organization that spearheaded successful state legislation in recent months giving the community improved means for readily locating missing children. An underlying objective of that legislation is to prompt law enforcement to act more quickly and more effectively in missing juvenile cases.

Dubois said that “past case history shows that 70 to 80 percent (of missing children) are runaways” and that leads “law enforcement to believe that any teenager over the age of 13 is a runaway. We’re trying to prove them otherwise.”

But, Dubois doubts any of the legislation promoted by More Kids would have helped in the search for Guidry had they been in place at the time of his disappearance.

“Our laws would have had no effect on his situation,” Dubois said. The search for Mickey “was a very difficult situation mostly because of what happened to him weeks earlier,” he said, referring to the false kidnapping report. “When you have a child that’s cried ‘wolf’ in an attempt to cover up his own bad behavior, it absolutely, without a doubt affected how law enforcement responded.”

Dubois continued, “But, if you look at just the facts of his disappearance, where he broke down and the scenario at that time, we realize this was a 16-year-old kid that was in a lot of danger. The Anza Borrego desert is so big. It’s so dangerous out there. If you think where he broke down, 10 miles from nowhere, and try to figure out what his frame of mind was at the time, you realize the danger he faced.”

Juvenile investigations Detective Patrick Yates of the Sheriff’s San Marcos substation leads the investigation into Guidry’s disappearance. He’s been on the case since the beginning and, like Sgt. Parker, says it’s “open and active.” Just the same, though, he said, “Nothing has been learned about the possible whereabouts of Mickey Guidry. All investigative leads have been followed but none have been fruitful in helping to locate Mickey.”

In pursuit of uncovering Guidry’s whereabouts, Detective Yates said he’s in “regular contact” with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Through the national center, law enforcement agencies throughout the country are kept updated on the status of Guidry’s disappearance, he said.

“The Sheriff’s Department has no reason to believe that Mickey has been the victim of foul play. Of course, we don’t know what has become of him so all possibilities have been considered,” Detective Yates said.

Guidry’s is one of seven cases assigned to Detective Yates. But it’s not like any of the others, he said.

“All of them are runaways but none of them are at-risk. Unlike Mickey’s case, none of them have suspicious circumstances related to them. “ Detective Yates further explained, “Mickey’s case is very different than that of most other missing juvenile cases. The overwhelming number of missing juvenile cases are due to the juvenile running away or being a victim of a family abduction usually at the hands of a parent and as part of a child custody case. Those types of cases are usually resolved in short order. If not, then law enforcement usually has a general idea as to where the juvenile is and with whom they are residing. With regards to Mickey’s case, we have no strong indication as to where he may be.”

Detective Yates said anyone that has information which may help in locating Guidry should call him at the Sheriff’s San Marcos substation. His direct phone number is 760-510-5233.

Guidry’s mother, Missy Perucca, is among those involved in the case with whom he keeps in regular contact, according to Detective Yates, but there’s been very little to be said in several months.

“It’s been a long year with no closure,” Perucca said. “We don’t seem any closer to finding him than we were a year ago – there have been no clues, no leads, no tips. Nobody has heard from Mickey. But, on the flip side, nothing has been found in the desert -- no clothing, no phone, etc., -- so that gives a small glimmer of hope that he may have gotten out of the desert. ”

Perucca said, “The main thing right now is to get Mickey’s face back into the media so that people will remember his story, see his face and maybe someone will remember seeing him,” and alert authorities.

http://www.eastcountymagazine.org/node/4912
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« Reply #33 on: December 21, 2010, 10:58:22 PM »


The following article is dated 11/29/10/ whereas the previous article posted by Nut is 12/03/10.  I wanted to post this one in case there is any information that hasn't been posted previously, to preserve the information/article.
http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/nov/29/year-has-passed-san-marcos-teen-disappeared/
Year has passed since San Marcos teen disappeared
November 29, 2010

Sixteen-year-old Mickey Guidry of San Marcos vanished a year ago deep in the Anza-Borrego Desert.

The Jeep Cherokee he had stolen from his parents on Thanksgiving Day 2009 was later found disabled on a rugged trail nearly eight miles from the nearest highway.

He remains missing today.

“It’s been a long year,” said Mickey’s mother, Missy Perucca. “Your whole world is upside down. Nothing is the same anymore. It’s one of those things that changes your life forever.”

Like so many whose children have vanished, Perucca said the worst part is not knowing what occurred.

“I’ve run through every possible scenario,” she said. “There are so many different things that could have happened. We can’t even guess.”

The case seemed clear-cut at first.

“With the history with Mickey, we initially classified it as a runaway — I think justifiably so,” said Sheriff’s Department Detective Patrick Yates. “He had done it before. He had reason to stay away. He wrecked his dad’s motorcycle, and now he’d just wrecked his dad’s Jeep.”

A week before that Thanksgiving, Mickey took his stepfather’s motorcycle without permission from the family home and went joy-riding in the mountains of Riverside County. He wrecked the bike and was walking down a road when a park ranger asked why.

Mickey made up a whopper of a story. He said he had been abducted by motorcycle thieves but had escaped. A search began right away for the abductors until one deputy figured out Mickey’s lie.

His parents grounded him and said he couldn’t go to the desert for the Thanksgiving holiday, as he planned to do with friends, because of the motorcycle incident and because he recently brought home a report card from San Marcos High School with poor grades.

On Thanksgiving 2009, Perucca went into her son’s room around 11 a.m. She thought he was sleeping in, but he wasn’t there. Then she noticed the missing Jeep.

The parents filed a stolen-car report with the Sheriff’s Department and deactivated Mickey’s cell phone as punishment. They knew he had gone to the desert, but they had no idea where.

Perucca figured her son would return by Sunday. He didn’t.

Because authorities thought Mickey was a runaway, little was done to find him in the beginning. There were some small-scale searches made by park rangers after hikers came upon the disabled Jeep on a trail designed for four-wheel drive off-roading. A bumper and side mirror had been ripped off, and one of the wheel rims was seriously bent, rendering the vehicle useless.

Inside were Mickey’s wallet and cell phone charger but not the phone, which was reactivated the following Monday but never used.

Detectives learned that Mickey had gone to a campground near Ocotillo Wells and spent Thanksgiving with a girl he liked and her family. He stayed the night, but the next day the girl’s parents told him to go home and gave him enough gasoline to get back to San Marcos.

Instead, Mickey took off south that afternoon deep into the desert.

The first orchestrated, serious search was conducted three weeks later.

Sheriff’s Search & Rescue Sgt. Don Parker said it’s possible that Mickey’s remains could be anywhere within a 40- or 50-square-mile radius. Searches are still conducted every now and then, and officials won’t give up, Parker said.

The Jeep broke down near an established hiking trail 7.8 miles south of state Route 78. About 1.5 miles north of the vehicle, searchers found a blanket that had been in the Jeep. Then they discovered a cover for the Jeep’s spare tire near the top of a hill not far from where the blanket was recovered.

Yates and others think Mickey may have made it out of the desert. Although the location is remote, a lot of hikers and off-roaders frequent the area in the winter, especially during holidays.

Mickey could have been picked up by someone who did him harm, although Yates thinks that’s the unlikeliest possibility.

“There’s absolutely no evidence of foul play,” he said.

Meanwhile, Mickey’s mother tries to get through each day.

“I want people to remember him, and if you know anything, please contact police, contact us, contact anybody,” she said.
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« Reply #34 on: February 17, 2011, 07:29:48 PM »


Mickey Guidry
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« Reply #35 on: March 24, 2012, 06:12:51 PM »

The article below is from the year 2010, but it does have a lot of information and photos.  I wanted to note some of the comments also.

http://eastcountymagazine.org/node/2826
WHAT HAPPENED TO MICKEY GUIDRY? SAN MARCOS TEEN WENT MISSING THANKSGIVING WEEKEND NEAR OCOTILLO CAMP IN ANZA-BORREGO; WHEREABOUTS REMAIN A MYSTERY
February 25, 2010

From comments:

Update on Mickey Guidry case
On November 25th, 2011 miriamg says:

On the 3rd anniversary of Mickey's disappearance, 10 News reports that he still has not been found. However his mother, Missy, has found some happiness in life -- divorced from MIckey's stepdad, she has since married Sgt. Parker, the Sheriff Search and Rescue officer who has been a dedicated searcher still trying to find Mickey.  Here is the story: http://www.10news.com/news/29851410/detail.html

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« Reply #36 on: March 24, 2012, 06:20:06 PM »

Missy Parker is Mickey Guidry's Mom.  I hope she gets the answers she needs soon. 

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‎3/14/12~ I'd post an update... but there's nothing to post. No news, no lab work, nothing.
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So.. as of 1/31/12, Imperial Co SO hasn't even SENT the bones to the lab for dna. When (and if??) they do, it'll still be 2mo-6mo waiting time for results.
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« Reply #37 on: March 27, 2012, 05:50:59 AM »

Thanks Muffy------------I often wonder about this young man.
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« Reply #38 on: March 27, 2012, 10:41:55 AM »

Thanks Muffy------------I often wonder about this young man.

I think about him too, and look for news.  I'm glad I found the FB his Mom Missy updates and it looks like she's found a bit of happiness in her life with her marriage with Mr. Parker.  I hold hope that somehow Mickey is still alive.  I remember how heartbroken you and I were when Christopher Coan was found dead, when for so long he was thought to have run away.  Link to Christopher Robin Coan's thread for those that read here and may not be familiar with that case. http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=2144.0

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« Reply #39 on: March 27, 2012, 01:05:08 PM »

If he wondered off into the desert with no water or food, would he have gotten very far?  I mean, I don't know that much about that particular environment, but wouldn't he have eventually have had to stop just from exhaustion and thirst?  Wouldn't that alone limit the area that needed to be searched?
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