Police Search for Missing Four Year Old Boy in Moniteau County
A search for a missing four year old boy from Warsaw is continuing.
Moniteau County Sheriff’s Department along with several law enforcement agencies searched an open field yesterday (Monday) for several hours but were unable to find anyone.
An endangered person advisory was issued on Sunday for Grayson Darnell.
Police believe that the child’s mother and non custodial parent Julie Darnell took him from his grandparent’s house.
She is bipolar, with drug induced schizophrenia and is thought to be using methamphetamines.
The mother is a white woman 5’2 and 125 pounds with brown hair and hazel eyes.
The boy is 3 feet one inch and 60 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes and a surgical scar on his lip.
They are believed to be in a red 2006 Buick Lecerne.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911.
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