Gregory Samuel Brushett
Missing since April 10, 1999 from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
On April 12, 1999, police received a report from the mother of Gregory Brushett, indicating that her son Gregory had not been seen since April 10, 1999.
Gregory Brushett was residing at 11 Dawson Street, Dartmouth, at the time of his disappearance.
The investigation revealed that Mr. Brushett was a former member of an outlaw motorcycle club in the Halifax area.
Mr. Brushett was last seen driving his vehicle, a maroon Honda Accord, on Tacoma Drive, Dartmouth, around 18.00 on April 10, 1999.
He was in a bar in Dartmouth earlier on the date of his disappearance.
He vanished just before he was supposed to testify in court. He was supposed to be in Supreme Court to face drug trafficking charges, but never showed up. According to a deal worked out between the crown attorney and his defense lawyer, Brushett was scheduled to admit guilt to three charges.
Brushett's car was found in Preston, a rural area outside of Dartmouth.
The circumstances of Mr. Brushett's disappearance are suspicious and foul play is suspected.
Investigators Halifax Police
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Agency Case Number: 99-12902
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