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One missing man returns home, Davohnte Morgan still gone

Skye Kinkade

A man who had been reported missing early this month returned to his home on Sunday, the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office said, while the search continues for Davohnte Morgan, who was last seen in Mount Shasta on May 5.

Bryan David Neumann, 46, had been reported missing on June 3 by the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office after last being seen on June 1 in the 5000 block of Woodside Drive outside Mount Shasta.

Family members had indicated that Neumann was possibly “at-risk,” according to the Sheriff's Office. Investigators had tracked Neumann to the Bay Area and later, Sacramento.

According to Sheriff Jon Lopey, “We are relieved Mr. Neumann is now safe and has safely returned to his family.”

Morgan and his girlfriend spent the night at the Cold Creek Inn on N. Mt. Shasta Blvd. the night of May 4 and the girlfriend reported seeing him for the last time on the morning of May 5. Surveillance footage from local businesses confirm Morgan’s presence walking in the city that morning, but authorities lost track of his movements after 10 a.m.

Morgan’s family has hired a private investigator and a $25,000 reward is being offered for information leading to him. He is described as a 5’11” African American man with short black hair and brown eyes. He has a slender build, a mustache and a goatee. He is a cigarette smoker and walks with a slight limp. Morgan has a tattoo on the top of his left hand.

Morgan was last seen wearing black sweatpants, a black turtleneck and San Francisco 49ers slide rubber sandals.

Those with information about Morgan, or who may have surveillance footage of the morning of May 5 should contact Mount Shasta Police Department at (530) 926-7540. You may also contact Cook & Associates Private Investigators at (707) 839-7422. MSPD reminds the public that they may remain anonymous.