ST. GEORGE (News4Utah) – A person of Interest has been named in the case involving a couple who disappeared from Littlefield, Ariz. more than two months ago.
A spokesperson with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed that David Myhaver, a neighbor to Jerry and Susan McFalls, is a person of interest in the case.
“It’s been our speculation since day one … We don’t want to wrongfully accuse anybody, but it’s good to know that the police are keeping an eye on them,” said daughter-in-law Meridee McFalls.
“We have pursued him as a person of interest, in order to rule him out as a suspect … simply titled that due to incidents that occurred between the two families involving law enforcement interactions,” said Anita Mortensen, Spokesperson with the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities confirm weeks before Jerry and Susan McFalls disappeared from their Littlefield home, neighbors shot at the McFalls with a BB gun.
“For sure the shot came from the neighbors house, and for no apparent reason,” said Meridee.
A Law Vegas bounty hunter who goes by the name of David Bouns is now helping family in the search.
“People don’t just disappear. A little green guy didn’t come down here and pick this family up. It didn’t happen,” said Bouns.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office emphasize in an email to News4Utah that the case is still a missing persons investigation.
Bouns is searching the Littlefield area again on Saturday March 31 and requesting the public’s help. Anyone is welcome to meet at the Littlefield Fire Station off of Exit 9, just before Mesquite at 9:30 a.m..
“There’s people down there that know exactly what happened. There’s witnesses that seen things, there’s a lot of people down there that just haven’t come forward yet, and they need to know, the public needs to know down there, that they do need to come forward,” said Bouns.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is requesting anyone with tips to call 800-522-4312. Family has also set up a Facebook page to share information.