Jonathan Williams is a member of the U.S. Army Reserves and disappeared from his home in Kansas City, Missouri on June 6, 1994, just two days after he got married. Along with being a member of the U.S. Army Reserve, Jonathan Williams worked as a correctional officer at the Leeds County Jail. On June 5, 1994, Jonathan Williams hosted a small party at his house in the 3900 block of Paseo in Kansas City, Missouri. Jonathan left the party to take a friend home and left his wallet at home. They left the house in Jonathan’s black in color 1994 Ford Tempo with the Missouri license plate N3C885. Jonathan Williams called his wife in the early morning hours of January 6, 1994 and was never seen or heard from again. His 1994 Ford Tempo was also never located.
Jonathan had custody of his young daughter from a previous relationship and his family says that they do not believe that he would have abandoned the child. Police suspect foul play in the disappearance of Jonathan Williams.
Jonathan Williams was 28 years old when he disappeared in 1994. Jonathan is 6 feet tall and weighed 1880 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Jonathan Williams shaved his hair and was bald at the time he disappeared. Jonathan has a scar on his abdomen.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Jonathan Williams, contact the Kansas City Police Department, David Ross at 816-234-5136 reference case # 94-080168. (NamUs MP # 1996)
KCMO.gov Missing Persons: http://kcmo.gov/police/missing-persons/jonathan-williams-missing/