MARK DEGNER/BRIAN HAYES - 14 yo (2005) - Jacksonville FL

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MARK DEGNER/BRIAN HAYES - 14 yo (2005) - Jacksonville FL

Post by tears4caylee on Mon Jul 13, 2009 3:21 pm

Missing boy's birthday




Endangered Missing
MARK DEGNER
DOB: Jul 13, 1992
Missing: Feb 10, 2005
Age Now: 17
Sex: Male
Race: White
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Hazel
Height: 5'1" (155 cm)
Weight: 100 lbs (45 kg)
Missing From:
JACKSONVILLE
FL
United States

BRYAN HAYES
Companion
DOB: Dec 12, 1991
Sex: Male
Race: White
Hair: Red
Eyes: Blue
Height: 5'3" (160 cm)
Weight: 150 lbs (68 kg)
Mark's photo is shown age-progressed to 14 years. He was last seen on February 10, 2005. He may be in the company of Bryan Hayes. Bryan's photo is shown age-progressed to 15 years. They may still be in the local area. Bryan has a scar on the left side of his torso.

ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST)
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (Florida) 1-904-630-0500




JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- It's a sad day for a Jacksonville family as they mark the 17th birthday of their missing loved one.

Mark Degner disappeared along with his friend, Bryan Hayes, nearly 4 and a half years ago after the two walked away from Paxon Middle School.

The boys are among thousands of children in this country that go missing everyday, but Degner's family says it never gets any easier. They are asking the public to pray and continue to emotionally support them on this, his 17th birthday.

If you have any information that could help authorities find the boys, call the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at 630-0500.
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Re: MARK DEGNER/BRIAN HAYES - 14 yo (2005) - Jacksonville FL

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:41 pm

The disappearance of teens Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes several years ago is among the missing children cases noted today on Florida Missing Children's Day.

Mark Degner was 12 years old and Bryan Hayes 13 when they walked
away from Paxon Middle School in 2005. The two friends are believed to
have run away together and despite sightings, no one has heard from
them in more than four years.
Age progression pictures of Mark and Bryan were unveiled this
afternoon at a news conference held by the Justice Coalition and the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at the Police Memorial Building.
Mark Degnan's grandmother, Darlene Briggs, says she hopes the new pictures will help someone find her grandson.

In Tallahassee, families and state leaders gathered at the capitol courtyard for the state's 11th Annual Missing Children's Day.
"Florida Missing Children's Day is a bittersweet day for so many,"
said Gov. Charlie Crist. "It's filled with great sorrow for the lost of
the missing children but also with hope...the hope that one day they
will be returned home."

But too many, including Maddie Clifton, never come home.

"Missing Maddie is an everyday event," said Maddie's mom, Sheila Delongis.

The
Jacksonville native disappeared and was found murdered more than a
decade ago. The young boy who killed her is now a man, and still in
custody.

"It will be 11 years this November 3rd," Delongis recalled the night Maddie disappeared.

The ceremony is an opportunity for Maddie's family, and others like them, to honor lost loved ones.

"Without
hope, how do you live and it's what keeps you strong and keeps you
motivated to want to continue to stay strong to fight the fight for the
life of our daughter and for all of those that are missing," said Joyce
Kesse, mother of Jennifer Kesse.

Crist joined other state
leaders to honor those Floridians who continue to prevent and raise
awareness of child abductions. Among them, essay award winner, Destin
fifth-grader Taylor Allen.

"Just because you may not be as strong as some bad guys, it doesn't mean you can't be smart about safety," said Allen.

State
lawmakers adopted a law earlier this year that is named after Jennifer
Kesse and Tiffany Sessions. It requires law enforcement to synchronize
investigation materials with a national database within 2 hours of
starting any missing person investigation for any Floridian under 26
years old.

You can find the latest information about missing children HERE or by calling 1-888-FL MISSING (1-888-356-4774).

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Re: MARK DEGNER/BRIAN HAYES - 14 yo (2005) - Jacksonville FL

Post by mom_in_il on Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:28 pm

February 12, 2011

Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes: Missing boys from Jacksonville since 2005

Jerrie Dean, Missing Persons Examiner

AGE PROGRESSION SLIDE SHOW: http://www.examiner.com/slideshow/age-progression-photos

Preston Degner asks for help finding his son:


Mark Degner, 12, and Bryan Hayes, 13, were best friends that attended Paxon Middle School in Jacksonville, Florida.

On February 10, 2005, the boys left school early, around 1:30 p.m., after getting in an argument with their teacher. They were seen on Main St and 32nd, in a wooded area around Hammond Park behind their school and also near a trailer park on the Northside.

Bryan's parents say he has run away before, but has never been gone longer than a day. Mark and Bryan were both new students at Paxon. Mark had moved from Indiana and Bryan from Port Orange, Florida.

A tip came in when a woman said her nephew told her that he was planning on running away with the boys. He gave the police directions of where they might be in Birdville, but the police did not find them.

It has been 6 years since the boys were last seen. Please take a look at the slide show age-progression pictures to see if you recognize the boys, who are now young adults.

Note: Bryan took medication for bipolar, kidney problems and high-blood pressure. Mark took medication for bipolar.

Continue reading on Examiner.com Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes: Missing boys from Jacksonville since 2005 - National missing persons | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/article/mark-degner-and-bryan-hayes-missing-boys-from-jacksonville-since-2005#ixzz1t58b8lEe

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