Find missing Donald L. Hicks!
Find Missing Donald. L. Hicks!
Find missing Donald L. Hicks! He has been missing for over six years. Hicks went missing on April 2, 2011. When last seen, this gentleman was at Cuetopia Billards and Sports Bar. This bar is located in North St. Louis County, Missouri. His car was found abandoned at the new Halls Ferry. That is off-ramp at i-27OE.
The time that his car was found is unknown. But we’re told that he did not have his cell phone with him. Donald had a gold front tooth and a gold canine tooth. Donald has tattoos. These include a heart and a dagger on one forearm. And he has a tattoo on the other forearm. It says, Now I can See Clearly.”
Recently, as I write this, the mother of Phoenix Coldon also shared her frustration at the so called “missing white girl syndrome” that “afflicts the system. And how it disadvantages missing people of color.
Find Missing Donald L. Hicks!
How We Can Help
Donald L. Hicks is a missing minority adult. Missing adults typically get less attention and fewer resources
than missing children. Missing men usually get less attention and fewer resources than missing women. And missing minorities often get less attention and fewer resources than missing Caucasians. The last missing man case I covered has garnered more attention and resources. But they are Caucasian. Aside from that, Mother’s Day is upon us. Let’s share this man’s story and poster. We need to get the word out about Donald L. Hicks!
And if you are the one who has information? Please contact the Hazelwood Police Department at 314-838-5000. Or you can contact the Missouri State Highway Patrol at: 800-877-3452.
There is little information on this missing man, even after 11 years. You can’t even find much information on his Charley project page.
The above photo and additional information are provided courtesy of Missouri Missing.