All is Quiet in Seminole, Oklahoma
Posted by KindraLore on January 27, 2007
I thought it was well overdue to do something on Colton Levi Clark, which is what this blog was created for. Although I have decided to bring other missing children to this forum, my main focus is still on Colton.It’s been more than nine months since Colton was reported missing. So much has happened since then, yet there is not one new clue as to where Colton is today than there was the day he went missing.
After reviewing the
Timeline Blog, I noticed something that I have since updated. The appointment that Colton had that day with a physiatrist was in Norman. Norman, according to Rand McNally, is about an hour and a half from Wewoka, where the Clarks live. The appointment was at 1:00PM.According to the Seminole Producer article that came out a week after Colton was reported missing, and in which is the only media article to this date in which Rebecca Clark gave a detailed account of what took place that day – it stated that Rex went to lay down while she started getting ready. That means they would of had time to burn.
She states she got ready, went to look for Colt and the window was open and he was gone. She said she thought at first that he might be waiting in the car.
Snipped from Article:
The day he disappeared, April 20, they were getting ready to go to a counseling session in Norman. After their return, a DHS worker was supposed to come over. Rebecca told the boys to dress in their new summer clothes; Colt complained, wanting to wear his boots.
While she got ready, her husband planned to lie down. When she looked for Colt, he was gone.” The window was up in his bedroom,” Rebecca said. Asked if she thought
he’d gone out there, she said she thought at the time that he was out in the car, ready to go. When he wasn’t, she searched and called for him.
The DHS worker came and they agreed to call the sheriff; a deputy came immediately. They brought dogs and ordered the family to put up their own dogs.” It was then that we found that Colt’s Russian wolf pup was gone,” Rebecca said.
One can deduce from this that it must of been between 10:30AM-11: 30AM if they were to make the 1 1/2 drive to Norman and to be there in time. In the same article it states that it was the DHS worker that called the Seminole Sheriff’s Department, once she arrived and found that Colt was missing.
That means that Colton had been missing at least FIVE hours. What did the Clarks do in these five hours if this story is true? Why did they wait so long before reporting him missing?
When posing that question, I guess I figure that 5 hours is nothing compared to the 5 DAYS that went on without reporting Colton’s brother Homer Clark missing. What were these people thinking?
There has been no news on this case coming out of Seminole. This case is officially cold. Be it told, the Clarks simply prefer to stay to themselves now days, barely seen about town anymore. According to LE, Homer Clark or Austin Clark as he was previously known, is still in the custody of DHS.
The debris from the fire of the burnt mobile home has been removed. The Clarks carry on, and Colton Clark is still missing. All is quiet in Seminole.