Update (08-30-21 1:20 p.m..) – An Ashland man who was missing in Douglas County was found dead Saturday. His sister told NBC5 News Friday, he was having a medical emergency when he disappeared.
36-year-old Trevor Watson, a local musician was found dead in a creek near his parent’s house. His sister said cadaver dogs from a search and rescue team were the ones that found him.
According to his sister, he suffers from alcoholism and was detoxing at his parent’s home. She said this was not a suicide, there will be an autopsy Monday.
Original story: ASHLAND, Ore. – An Ashland man disappeared in the Glendale area last weekend. His family told NBC5 News went missing while having a medical emergency.
Thirty-six-year-old Trevor Watson is a local musician. His family even said he wrote scores for University of Oregon commercials. According to his sister, he suffers from alcoholism and was detoxing at his parent’s home. That’s when he went missing.
“We just want some information so we can get him the help that he needs so that he can be returned home safely,” said Andrea Watson-Massie.
A volunteer search and rescue team has been looking around his parent’s home. They’re planning on doing another mission if there are no leads.
If you have any information please contact the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. The number is 541-440-3792, the case number is 21-3792.