Help find missing Brett Detamore – The family members, friends and the officials are seek help in locating missing Brett Detamore. The family members are requesting that the public join them tomorrow for a foot search at the bear creek park, which was the last known location of Brett’s vehicle. The search will be conducted in conjunction with Texas Equisearch.
Ryann Detamore posted that “to friends and family that may know Brett Detamore, he has been missing since early this morning. Please also join us tomorrow for a foot search with Texas Equisearch at the bear creek park — which was the last known location of Brett’s vehicle. Meeting location will be the Exxon gas station at highway 6 and clay road at 9 am Tomorrow, Thursday 6/22/2023. We kindly ask that you also respect the family’s privacy during this time and give your support by sharing this post or joining the search tomorrow.”
The family members and friends are worried about the wellbeing of missing Brett Detamore. Please get in touch with Casey Spence as soon as possible at the number (512)644-6195 if you or anyone you know has spoken with him in the past 12 to 24 hours.
About Bear Creek Pioneers Park
Bear Creek Pioneers Park is a park that spans 2,154 acres and can be found in the city of Houston, Texas, in the United States, at the address 3535 War Memorial Drive. It has a several different names, including “Harris County Bear Creek Park” and just “Bear Creek Park.” The Addicks Reservoir was built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers between 1946 and 1948 in order to protect Houston from suffering another devastating flood like the one that occurred in 1935.
This was done in an effort to prevent a recurrence of that particular type of flooding. There is a part of this reservoir that is occupied by Bear Creek Pioneers Park. Prior to its conversion into a park in the 1840s, the area that is now the park had been farmed on by largely German immigrants and their successors. In 1965, Harris County began the process of developing the park by leasing 2,154 acres (8.72 km2) of land adjacent to the reservoir.
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