Help Find Jesse Conger, Veteran, Father

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To all Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children: Help find Jesse Conger! Missing Combat Veteran and father, Jesse Conger was near LEES FERRY, Arizona. Please look near Trail Heads, Vistas and Look Out Points. Bring our brother-in-arms home! Here is the link to our post.

Jesse has been suffering from PTSD and depression. He left without his service dog, wallet with ID and Phone. It’s possible he could be in Mexico, but no one knows for sure.

Jesse’s License Plate is #Nevada: 696G03
Det Bailey #Scottsdale PD is in charge of this case 480-312-5000.


His family has gone public in hopes he is found. Jesse Conger has been missing since last Wednesday (Aug 14). Jesse grew up in #Ogden #Utah, and has family in Las Vegas. He was last seen in Scottsdale, #Arizona, but he could have made it somewhere else in his car. He is a Veteran and Father. Please report any sightings or leads directly to the Scottsdale Police. The Detective’s phone number once again is 480-312-5000. You can also notify Patricia at 619-871-7097 or the local police.

Again, Jesse’s Silver Toyota Camry has Nevada plates 696 G03 if you see his vehicle please report that as well.

Also, we know that the likelihood of finding missing persons increases with awareness, so please share this if you can.

Help find Jesse!

Bill Pulte, CEO of Pulte Capital, has offered a $10,000 reward for finding Jesse.


Featured photo: provided by family friend.

#findjesse #ptsdawareness #missingpersons #vetsneedhelp #UncleSamsMisguidedChildren #veteran #VeteranFirst #VetsFirst #USMC #USArmy #USSailor #usnavy #USAF #USCG


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  • Natasha Harwell

    Thank you

  • Natasha Harwell

    The reward is 30k now.

  • Patrick Kerrigan

    I am a vet, and also a former detective with the Veterans Administration. When you have a chance research the disorder ‘Dissociative Fugue’. This is a disorder is triggered by PTSD, and some other issues.

    It might explain his disappearance, bur taking the car and firearm does not fit, since he left his belongings behind.

    The other thing is that a number of vets have committed suicide at VA Medical Centers around the country. Also, I assume that he was getting treatment at the VA. If yes then his therapist should be questioned about any suicidal thoughts.

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