The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children have released an aged progression photo of what Colton Clark would look like today.
Posted by KindraLore on April 26, 2009
Posted by KindraLore on May 8, 2008
Posted by KindraLore on March 22, 2008
According to public records, James Rex Clark is currently out on bond and is charged with Feloniously Pointing Firearm. There is also a protective order against him by his neighbor and the one mentioned in the article, Clifford Lowery.
In the March 14, 2008 edition of the Seminole Producer, an article described an incident in which James Rex Clark (Former adoptive father and uncle of missing Colton Levi Clark) is being investigated for allegations of pointing a gun and shooting it as his neighbors, Doretha and Clifford Lowery by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Department.
See previous article from the Seminole Producer in which Clifford Lowery wrote into the Point of View column, describing an incident that happened about a month before Colton Clark disappeared. This is the same incident as described in the point of view article.
Posted by KindraLore on March 10, 2008
The March 8th edition of the Seminole Producer Newspaper had a letter written to the paper by the next door neighbor of James Rex and Rebecca Clark. Below is that article.
A few things came to mind as I read this article. First, that Colt was so upset about this neighbor contacting “his daddy”. The second is that although Mr. Lowery said he saw Colt on many occasions before, that incident was the last time he saw Colt which he states was at least a month before Colt went missing. He saw every other member of that family BUT Colt after that day, yet all the sudden no Colt.
I have heard this (not seeing Colton at least a month before his disappearance) before from others and I would like to know if ANYONE in Seminole saw Colt anytime close to his disappearance? When was the last visible sighting of this boy that was confirmed by a non-family member?
Lastly, I think it scary that Rex Clark has more than 30 guns. I would also like to know that since the Clarks were receiving government assistance due to disability, no employment, and for the boys; how he could afford such an arsenal? Especially since a large portion of it was coming from acting as “caregivers” to the boys.