Georgia man seeking missing brother

from Staff Reports
Posted 7/17/19

A Georgia man is still seeking the whereabouts of his brother, who has been missing since May last year.The man, Calvin Johnny Hunt,  38, was last seen near Interstate 75's Exit 20, in …

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Georgia man seeking missing brother

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A Georgia man is still seeking the whereabouts of his brother, who has been missing since May last year.

The man, Calvin Johnny Hunt,  38, was last seen near Interstate 75's Exit 20, in Cleveland.

Brian Hunt said he was last in contact with his brother on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. He said his brother was traveling to Georgia to visit relatives.

Hunt said he later received a phone call from his brother's girlfriend, who told him they would not be arriving in Georgia, according to a Cleveland Police Department report.

 Hunt said he was unable to contact his brother and was only able to speak with his brother's girlfriend, who told him she and his brother had engaged in a verbal altercation.

She said his brother insisted she drop him off at Pilot Travel Center near Exit 20 in Cleveland, which she did.  In addition, Sneed told officers the man deliberately destroyed his cellphone.

Hunt told police it is unlikely his brother would not attempt to contact him, adding that they spoke daily. Hunt told the Cleveland Daily Banner that his brother resided in Meigs County.

Calvin Johnny Hunt is 6 feet tall and weighs approximately 200 pounds. 

Anyone with information about Hunt's whereabouts should contact the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation or Brian Hunt at bh875w@gmail.com.

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