SEARCH SUSPENDED: Jason Landry – Caldwell County, Texas (12/14/20)

New Photo with Beard

UPDATE: SEARCH SUSPENDED – Over the last nine days; law enforcement investigators and two different search teams have searched for Jason Landry in every accessible, reasonable and practical place that he might be. Searchers and law enforcement investigators have utilized multiple resources in the search for Jason, including a helicopter with infrared cameras, UAVs (drones), side-scan sonar, scent dogs, as well as searchers on foot, ATVs and horseback. We will not speculate on what may have happen to Jason, but we feel the vast area surrounding the accident scene has been thoroughly searched … and Jason still hasn’t been found. As a result, Texas EquuSearch is suspending our search operations for Jason until law enforcement investigators obtain credible, and sufficient information that would lead our team into a more specific area to search. 

UPDATE: We have an additional photo of 21 year-old Jason Landry with a beard that might more accurately reflect his appearance at the time of his disappearance.

Original Post: 21 year-old Jason Landry disappeared after having a one-car accident on a secluded road in Caldwell County, Texas on December 14th 2020. It’s unknown what color, style or type of clothing that Jason was wearing. Jason has a scar on his ankle; possibly the right ankle. Jason has medium length hair, and he is believed to have a goatee. If you have seen Jason Landry since his reported disappearance, if you know of his current whereabouts, or if you have any information whatsoever concerning Jason’s disappearance; please call the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office at (512) 398-6777 – call Texas EquuSearch at (281) 309-9500

Original Photo
 Name:Jason Landry
Date Missing:December 14th 2020
Missing From:Caldwell County, Texas
DOB:July 29th 1999
Age:21 Years-Old
Hair Color:Brown
Height:6’ 1”
Weight:170 lbs.
Eye Color:Brown
Police/Sheriff:Caldwell County Sheriff’s
Officer/Deputy Name:Cpl. Brieden
Officer’s Phone #:(512) 398-6777
Officer’s Case #:# 2020-120525
TES Case #:# 20-2181