Local father still missing after seven years
Crack That Case
Jermont Terry reports Video by 620wtmj.comvideo
KENOSHA- A local father and two men with him vanished after leaving an area bar seven years ago.
It's the only unsolved missing persons case in the City of Kenosha. A mystery, family and detectives hope to solve but they need your help to Crack That Case.
Bertha Curry and her family are determined to find answers. For nearly a decade they've hit the streets of Kenosha, looking for Bobby Curry.
"These (flyers) have been posted all over town but no response from no one," explains Bertha Curry.
"I really want to crack this case real bad because it's gotten to the place where I can hardly function knowing he's out there somewhere," says Bertha Curry. "And don't even know if he's alive."
Friends last saw Bobby Curry at Erv's Lounge on 63rd Street in Kenosha. That was on Easter Sunday, March 2005. The then 27-year-old got into some heated words with two men inside the lounge.
"Then it was like 'oh bro, it's cool' and they bought him a beer so he was thinking everything was cool," says Curry's cousin Sandra Frazier.
Curry's family says he walked out with those two men and hasn't been seen since.
"This is absolutely a mystery," says Kenosha Police Detective James Beller. "There's really no information to go off other than those two men he was last seen with. I have no idea who those two men are."
Detective Beller picked up the case two years ago when he first became a detective. Before that, police weren't investigating.
In 2005, police believed Bobby wanted to vanish.
"At the time he was missing, he had an outstanding warrant to initially lead the officer to believe he did not want to be found," says Bertha Curry.
Now it's clear Bobby is truly missing.
"And there's no activity for Bobby that we can find," says Detective Beller.
Bobby Curry has a tattoo of the word "mom" on his right arm. The family believes he's alive but after seven years, police do suspect foul play.
Police think if they only knew who those two men at the bar were that night, they could crack that case.
If you can help Crack That Case call Kenosha Police at 262-605-5275.