UPDATE: Missing Man Found In Marshall County

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MARSHALL CO., Ala. (WHNT) — Marshall County responders have found the man they were looking for who was lost in Grant.

Responders say they found 32-year-old Jonathan Stallings of Boaz about 11:15 p.m. He was about a mile and a half away from where he had gone missing. Officials say he is doing fine.

He had been hunting when he lost his way.

He had last been heard from about 7:00 Sunday evening, and was last seen near White Elephant Road.

Authorities used a helicopter, and a team of 30 to 40 people in the search.



  • Jon Stallings

    @ kennahaycraft -No you didn’t. I was in the woods at 730. I fell down a ravine and was knocked unconscious at 6. This story is all wrong! They didn’t even spell my name right. I am not from Boaz. I was about 3 miles from where I was last seen. I didn’t lose my way and It was too dark to walk in the woods. I lost all of my gear in the fall. I don’t appreciate you making false claims about something you know nothing about. I also don’t appreciate News Channel 19 coming to the scene and harassing my family and friends while they were trying to find me. You should be ashamed of yourselves. They only think correct in this article is the amount of people looking for me and that I am doing fine.

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