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UPDATE: Missing Falun Man Found

KSAL Staff - March 30, 2015 10:15 am

A man who has been missing from Saline County since early March has been safely located.

According to the Saline County Sheriff’s Office, contact was made with Scott Brunson Monday morning and “all is well”.

Brunson was reported missing Back on March 17th after family members had not seen him for several days. He had been missing since March 7th.


ORIGINAL: The family of a Saline County man is searching for him, while the Sheriff’s Office begins an investigation looking for 49-year-old Scott A. Brunson.

Sheriff Glen Kochanowski tells KSAL News that he was contacted on Tuesday by family members of Scott Brunson who has not been seen in more than 10-days.

The Sheriff says Brunson’s brother picked him up at Salina Regional Health Center on March 7th – and on Scott’s insistence drove him to the Greyhound Bus terminal in Wichita.

Family members told deputies that Brunson planned to catch a bus to Tulsa, Oklahoma that day.

They have not heard from him since.

Sheriff Kochanowski says they’ll begin talking with staff at the bus terminal to see if they can find any leads.

Anyone with information about Scott Brunson is urged to contact the Saline County Sheriff’s Office at 785-826-6500.


Iggy P Daily

March 18, 2015 at 12:48 pm

Just maybe he was wanting away from his family. Further why would his brother drive him to a bus station in Wichita? I believe anyone else would have a lot of questions for their brother if this happened to them. The sheriff’s office cannot catch killers or crooks let alone find a missing person.

Fred Hanson

March 19, 2015 at 7:42 am

Seems kind of strange. Evidently a lot more to this than is being reported. Right on with your comments about our killer sheriff’s department.

Fred Hanson

April 1, 2015 at 8:33 am

Hoaxes such as this are uncalled for and will hurt when creditable instances of people disappearing is reported.

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