Andrew Durazo

Updated May 11, 2016: The search for Andrew Durazo has ended. According to recent news reports, U.S. Army Veteran Andrew Durazo was located safe on May 11, 2016.  Thank you for your support with helping to share the information for Mr. Durazo.

SEARCH_ENDEDAndrew Durazo is a U.S. Army Veteran who has been missing since around the middle of April, 2016.  Andrew Durazo was last seen on foot on Claus Road in Modesto, California.  According to the law enforcement report, Andrew Durazo suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Andrew Durazo is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs approximately 180 pounds.  Andrew Durazo was last seen wearing jeans and an Army jacket.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Andrew Duraazo, contact the Lodi Police Department at 209-333-6727 reference report # 16-3179

 

 





5 thoughts on “Andrew Durazo

    1. Missing VeteransMissing Veterans

      Thank you for watching out for our Veterans! Letting you know that Mr. Durazo was located safe earlier today in Oakdale,Ca. by a passerby who recognized him from one of the many flyers circulating.

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  1. Rhonda Lofton

    Julie Stephens who found the missing veteran works for Mathematica Policy Research and is one of our top field locators on the CSPED project. I’m not surprised that Julie’s keen work ethics of locating sample members for our project spilled over to the community. She always shares with me her supervisor her ability to locate the homeless individuals in our sample. We are very proud that she was able to connect the dots from social media, her work ethics and taking it to the streets. God Bless America and thanks be to God for Julie Stephens a resident of California. God placed you in the right place at the right time to be a blessing. Keep me informed when Julie receives recognition for her heroic vigilance in the community.
    Rhonda Lofton
    Field Manager for MPR

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  2. Charilyn Damigo

    We have a small but great group of moms and families here in Oakdale (Mid-Cal Blue Star Moms). If we can provide any emotional support to the family, we’d love to do so. One of our moms has had a lot of experience in helping her son through a very serious bout of PTS.

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  3. Willie N Joy Durazo

    Thank you for finding Durazo, I am also a Durazo when I returned from Vietnam I also wanted to lose myself and for a week I did, fortunately my friends and relatives located me.PTSD can be a monster, it doesn’t affect anyone but the victim, it’s not a society problem it’s an individual problem, our memories can sometimes overcome us.
    The loss of adrenalin is horrible

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