Kevorn, who has a dark complexion and is 5 feet 3 inches tall, was reported missing on August 29, 2022, after being last seen near the Independence Drive fuel station near the Agriculture Ministry’s main office.
Many individuals would break down and be unable to cope if they were with their loved ones today, but the next day they were nowhere to be found.
Despite the ambiguity surrounding the whereabouts of his 26-year-old son Kevorn “Sardis” Bailey, Gregory Bailey, a strong father, manages to keep his family together.
Kevorn, who has a dark complexion and is 5 feet 3 inches tall, was reported missing after being last seen near the Independence Drive fuel station near the Agriculture Ministry’s main office.
While doing his everyday responsibilities as Director of Agriculture, Gregory Bailey talked about how he is coping with the agony of not knowing where his son is.
“Life has taught me that life goes on with or without you, and if you can’t help yourself, you can’t be of help to anyone. So I decided to get myself by the bootstrap and march,” he stated.
Along with attributes gained from growing up with his mother, who he felt to have been an inwardly strong lady, using work as a coping mechanism allows him to divert his thoughts and obtain a sense of control over the uncertainty of his son’s location.
“It’s a natural strength, in my opinion. Life goes on, it runs in the family, and my mother was a strong woman. I am not a person who is wired to sit down and wallow in my thoughts. Sometimes you need a little diversion to lessen the burden, and sometimes the job atmosphere may give that distraction, even if cognitively I am still challenged.”
Kevorn’s father remarked that the young man “was known to be a relational youngster who connected easily with those with whom he came in contact.” He hopes that his eldest child is alive and will be found.
No new information on Kevorn’s whereabouts has been brought to the authority’s knowledge, according to police PR Frankie Thomas, who intends to let the public know that investigation is still underway.
Kevorn’s whereabouts are unknown. Therefore anybody with information is urged to call police headquarters at (268) 462-0125.