FBI reopens 2001 case of a missing East Feliciana toddler
Posted on 4/27/2016 2:12:00 PM.

The FBI is reopening the case of a 2-year-old that went missing in Clinton 15 years ago. Avery Davidson is a former WAFB reporter who covered Wesley Morgan’s disappearance in 2001. Davidson says the child was playing on the front porch when his mother went inside and came back outside to find the little boy was gone.

He says there was a huge search after his disappearance.

“Sheriff Talmadge Bunch, there in East Feliciana Parish, believed little Wesley Dale Morgan was alive. He also believed, the mother, Ruby Renee Havard, knew where he was.”

Davidson spoke with Sheriff Bunch a few years ago and Bunch still believes the mother had something to do with the boy’s disappearance even though nothing ever turned up during the investigation. He says there must be a reason the FBI has reopened the case and released an age progression picture of Wesley Morgan.

“There must be some kind of information they have to possibility bring this case to a close and find out what happened to little Wesley Dale.”

The FBI is offering up to a $10,000 reward for information that leads to Morgan’s location. Davidson says everyone is eager to find out what happened to Wesley Dale Morgan.

“It was just so emotional and without any kind of ending. Not a sad ending, not a happy ending, just a cliffhanger that we’ve been on for the last 15 years.”

 
 
 
FBI, East Feliciana, Clinton, Avery Davidson, Wesley Morgan, Ruby Havard




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