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Posted on: July 26, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Missing Adult: Garret D. Lashbrook



Missing Adult: Garret D. Lashbrook 


The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to locate 38-year-old Garret D. Lashbrook to check his welfare.

In May of 2022, Garret Lashbrook’s sister reported him as a missing person.  She hasn’t seen Garret since August of 2021.   She learned Garrett had been staying with a friend and was evicted.  They said they had not seen him since the summer of 2021. 

Previous information indicates Garret was living on the streets and may have left the area.  There is no record of Garret having contact with local law enforcement in over a year.   

One of Garret’s acquaintances believes it is possible Garret may have angered the wrong person, succumbed to weather conditions, or simply left the area.

Investigators assigned to his missing person report would like to contact Garret D. Lashbrook to check his welfare. 

Garret D. Lashbrook is described as a 38-year-old white male, 5’09”, 145 lbs, Dark Blonde/Brown Hair, and Hazel Eyes.  The attached pictures are from 2021; his hair length/style and facial hair may have changed.

If you have seen Garret D. Lashbrook or know of his location, you are asked to call Crime Check at 509-456-2233, reference #10054434. 
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