According to reports, Fraser High School senior Danny Pfeffer has been found safely in California.
Thank you to everyone who shared this post and others, your work has paid off!
Clinton Township Police Lt. Eric Reincke said Danny Pfeffer was located June 5 by authorities in California. A command officer working the night shift in the Clinton Township Police Department made contact with California police.
The teen reportedly told police that he was safe and everything was alright, and that message was relayed to local police and to his parents.
Pfeffer’s parents were notified of their son’s whereabouts the same day. At press time, they were reportedly working to get in contact with him.
Reincke reiterated that due to Pfeffer’s age, he was allowed to roam free — including a trek across the country.
Original Post from 6/4/17:
Note from DSN Managing Editor, Don Drysdale: It is not typical for me to post things that do not relate to sports, but since this is a student of mine, I felt it was necessary. If you could please share this post as often as possible, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Nation, we are asking for your help to locate Fraser High School wrestler Danny Pfeffer.
Danny, who is a senior at Fraser High School, was last seen, according to his father, on Thursday, June 1st in the area of 14-Mile Road and Mulvey, in Fraser, Michigan.
UPDATE FROM FAMILY MEMBER 6/5/17 12:57 p.m.
“Please keep an eye out in Detroit, especially around bus stops, train or airplanes! Please please please share. Someone on a bus or train or airplane has to recognize him.”
Pfeffer is 5’9″ and weighs around 150lbs. He has hazel eyes and light brown hair and was last seen wearing a denim jacket with black shorts and a backpack.
It is possible that Danny has left the Fraser city limits, so please be on the lookout regardless of where you are located.
Fraser Police Department: 586-293-1426
Clinton Township Police Department: 586-493-7800