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Missing George William Hawkins located 2020

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Missing George William Hawkins

Hawkins, approximate date 1961

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: April 3, 1961 from Newport, Kentucky

Type: Endangered Missing Age at disappearance: 48 years old

Height and weight : 5'7 - 5'9, 190 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Brown hair, brown eyes. Hawkins wears dark-rimmed eyeglasses and a full set of dentures. One of his legs is an inch shorter than the other and he wears one built-up shoe to compensate. Clothing/Jewelry Description: Dark blue trousers, a red and black flannel shirt under a dark blue jacket with yellow lining, a blue/gray hat, a yellow gold watch with a leather band, and a yellow gold ring with a Masonic emblem.

Details of disappearance and psychic work by Brian Ladd (login to view entire case )


Hawkins was last seen on April 3, 1961 in Newport, Kentucky. He resided in Persimmon Grove, Kentucky at the time. He was employed as a law enforcement officer and also ran a small general store. He lived on the upper floor of the store.
On the day of his disappearance, Hawkins fixed his daughter's breakfast and saw her off to work, then said goodbye to his wife and left in his tan two-tone 1959 Plymouth Fury station wagon. At 1:00 p.m. he called home, saying he had stopped by his attorney's office to meet with him about his upcoming Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit. Hawkins did not sound troubled at the time of the conversation, and stated he was on his way home. He never arrived and has never been heard from again.
On April 7, authorities found Hawkins's car in Dayton, Ohio, parked at the edge of a river. It had half a tank of gasoline and the key was still in the ignition. There was muddy water inside the vehicle; it appeared as if the car had been rinsed in muddy water and then wiped with a muddy rag. There was no sign of Hawkins at the scene.
Authorities believe organized crime was involved in Hawkins's disappearance. There is evidence that he was taking bribes from organized crime figures, including people who ran gambling businesses, in his capacity as a peace officer. Allegedly, Hawkins kept increasing his prices and the criminals were tired of paying him, and arranged to have him murdered as a result. No one has been charged in connection with his disappearance, however; it remains unsolved.
Kentucky State Police