A Missing Person Bulletin has been posted along Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood area, seeking the public’s assistance in finding an attorney who was first reported missing in downtown Los Angeles.
Earlier reports state that Aaron Davidson, 33, was last seen on July 6 at a home in the 200 block of South Grand Avenue.
The latest update ties him to the West Hollywood area:
“In the last 48 hours we have been able to gather more evidence in the disappearance of 33 year old Aaron Davidson who went missing July 6th, 2023, from the 200 block of Grand Ave in Downtown Los Angeles.
We can not disclose the evidence at this time, however, we do not have any reason to believe that Aaron has been the victim of a crime. Aaron had gone off his medication before going missing and was suffering from delusions and paranoia. His roommate disclosed this on NBC News so I am not violating his privacy with this information.
In the last 24-48 hours we have learned of certain movements and areas Aaron has travelled, although we can’t account for him in the last 10 days.
We are asking everyone in the LA area to be on the lookout for Aaron along the Metro lines from Downtown to Canoga Park. Specifically the red line from downtown to Hollywood, then on foot though the West Hollywood area, and on the metro (and on foot) along Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys, and up to Canoga Park and back the same way with possible stops at the Wilshire red line station and Little Tokyo.”
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