NEWBERRY COUNTY —At 8 p.m. on Friday possible missing person Curtis Williams, Jr. was reconnected with his family, according to Newberry County Sheriff’s Office.
Williams contacted family members and representatives of the Newberry County Sheriff’s Office and advised them that he was both “safe and sound.”
Upon request, Williams travelled to the Newberry County Sheriff’s Office where he met with law enforcement officials and family members in an effort to confirm that he, in fact, was in satisfactory condition.
After a series of questions and speaking with family members, Williams expressed himself clearly and concisely to demonstrate that he was okay.
Williams has been removed NCIC and has been reconnected with his family.
On Tuesday, June 8, 2014, family members came to the Newberry County Sheriff’s Office and reported Williams, (affectionately referred to as “June”), as missing. According to family members, Williams was last seen June 3, 2014.
Williams may have withdrawn a large sum of money at the time of his last known sighting.
He is a lifetime resident of Newberry County and may possibly be in the Little Mountain area, but the information was not confirmed. There is no known history of medical and mental health issues for Williams.
This, coupled with the possibility that Williams had an undetermined amount of money on him, was the reason for concern for his well-being.
The family was in fear that Williams was possibly being held against his will.