No new leads in missing persons case

It has been three weeks since anyone last saw Rebecca Adams, her children Michelle and Jaracca Hundley and her boyfriend Brandon Jividen, all missing from their Kenai home.


Investigators have acquired evidence to confirm that Adams was last seen at a local business the morning of May 25 driving a black Chevy Colorado pickup owned by Jividen, Kenai Police Chief Gus Sandahl said.

While police have received information from the public, Sandahl said until the leads are combined with physical evidence he cannot release details on the investigation.

A specialized canine scent detection team from the Lower 48 has joined the search since last Friday. Sandahl could not say how much area has been covered in the search only that it is expansive.

Police first received a call on May 31 for a welfare check from a neighbor that said the family had not been seen in four days. A Kenai police officer responded to the residence on California Avenue and didn’t get an answer at the door. The complainant thought they might be out of town, Sandahl said. The officer observed the black pickup at the residence at the time of the welfare check, Sandahl said.

Jeff Pfile, the property manager of the apartment, called police on June 5 to report he hadn’t heard from the family in a week, Sandahl said.

The Kenai Police Department and supporting agencies remain committed to the effort of locating the missing persons, Sandahl said. Anyone with information regarding this missing person case is requested to call the Kenai Police Department at 907-283-7879.

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