UPDATE: The search for 24-year-old Jacob Langley is now over. Texas EquuSearch Founder and Director Tim Miller, volunteers, and the Colorado River Authority located Jacob’s remains earlier this evening about ½ a mile from where the boat accident occurred. Jacob is the nephew of two Texas EquuSearch members, and the good friend of another Texas EquuSearch member. We ask that everyone please keep Jacob’s family, his friends, and the Texas EquuSearch organization in your thoughts and prayers during this heartbreaking time.
UPDATE: Texas EquuSearch Founder & Director Tim Miller is in Matagorda County, Texas to join in the urgent search for 24 year-old Jacob Langley. Jacob is missing after the crew boat he was in apparently struck a submerged object and capsized near where the Colorado River spills into Matagorda Bay. Another crewman has died as result of the accident, and a few other crewmen were rescued alive. But Texas EquuSearch is taking a very special interest in this search, because Jacob is a close relative of two longtime, dedicated members of the Texas EquuSearch team, and he is a very close friend of another Texas EquuSearch member. We ask that everyone please keep Jacob’s family, and the Texas EquuSearch organization in your thoughts and prayers during this tragic time.
Original Post: 24 year-old Jacob Langley was last seen in in Matagorda County, Texas on May 1st 2021. Jacob is missing after the boat he was on struck an object in the waters near where the Colorado River meets Matagorda Bay. It’s unknown what color, style or type of clothing that Jacob was wearing. Jacob has Psalms 23:4 tattooed on his chest, short blonde hair and blue yes. If you find Jacob; please call the Matagorda County Sheriff’s Office at (979) 245-5526 – or call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500
|Date Missing:||May 1st 2021|
|Missing From:||Matagorda, County, Texas|
|DOB:||March 24th 1997|
|Hair Color:||Blonde (short)|
|Weight:||160 lbs. – 180 lbs.|
|Police/Sheriff:||Matagorda County Sheriff’s Off.|
|Officer’s Phone #:||(979) 245-5526|
|Officer’s Case #:|
|TES Case #:||# 21-2230|