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Season 2, Episode 52: Help Bring Missing People Home: Where are Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes, Jocelyn Turcios, and Branson Perry?

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Where are Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes, Jocelyn Turcios, and Branson Perry? That’s exactly what their desperate families want to know. 

If you are listening from Florida, Tennessee, or Missouri I hope you’ll pay special attention to today’s episode. Bryan, Jocelyn, and Branson have all been missing for over 15 years now, and their families are facing another Christmas without knowing what happened to them. So hug your own family tight, and share this episode to help these families who long to do the same. 

Let’s finish up our series that I called the Twelve Cases of Christmas. We are shining a light on the cases of two missing children and a young man whose case has a twist that ties it to a previous episode. Follow the links below for that episode and more information about Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes, Jocelyn Turcios, and Branson Perry.

 

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Information on Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes:

winknews.com article

charleyproject website

nbc-2.com article

fox4now.com article

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children poster

If you have any information about the disappearance of Bryan Dos Santos-Gomes, please contact the Fort Myers Police Department at 877-667-1296. You can also call Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780-TIPS, or the NCMEC at 1-800-THE-LOST.

 

Information on Jocelyn Turcios:

wkrn.com article

Franklin Tennessee city website

wkrn.com article

Pinterest board

wate.com article

Call Franklin Police if you have any information: (615) 794-2513, or 1-800-THE-LOST.

 

Information on Branson Perry:

Wikipedia article

newspressnow.com article

kmbc.com article

bringbransonhome.wordpress.com

If you know anything about Branson’s disappearance, please call the Community United Effort Center 24-hour tip line at 910-232-1687, Nodaway County Sheriff Randy Strong at 660-582-7451 or the Missouri State Highway Patrol at 800-877-3452.