The Greene County Sheriff’s Office needs your help in locating 40-year-old Darrell Peak and his two children, 3-year-old Mayson Peak and 4-year-old Kaiden Peak.
Darrell and the children were last seen yesterday evening around 7pm in Warsaw, MO on foot. Family members stated Darrell’s behavior is out of character and they have not been able to contact him since.
Darrell is described as a white male, 5’6″ tall, 170 lbs., with brown hair and green eyes. Darrell was last seen wearing black carpenter jeans, a gray Kum N Go hoody and a black t-shirt.
Mayson is described as white male, 3′ tall, 39 lbs., with light brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt that says, “mama knows best”, joggers and tan work style boots.
Kaiden is described as a white male, 3’4″ tall, 38 lbs., with white hair and blue eyes. Kaiden was last seen wearing Black Shirt with blue sleeves, jeans, and boots.
If you have any information regarding Darrell or the children, you are asked to call 911.
Update* Missing/Endangered Persons involving Darrell, Mayson, and Kaiden Peak.
As Greene County Detectives continue to investigate this incident, the situation has become more concerning. Although the family was not immediately concerned, after detectives have explored all known leads and destinations, we must presume that Darrell Peak has taken his children with no plan to return.
Detectives have made several attempts to have an Amber Alert issued but this case has not met the criteria.
Greene County Deputies responded to the Peak residence on Friday, February 26 at 10am and began conducting the initial investigation. Deputies were told by family members that they last saw Darrell and the children at their residence on Thursday, February 25 at 4pm. Deputies were not made aware of the situation until 18 hours after the fact. The investigation led detectives to believe that they are in the Warsaw, MO area.
At 1pm Friday a statewide BOLO was issued for the family and all three individuals were entered as Missing.
At 2:35pm Friday, a Benton County Deputy located Darrell’s vehicle, abandoned, along State Highway 65 north of Warsaw, MO.
A Missouri State Trooper stopped to assist Darrell on State Highway 65 just north of Warsaw, MO. around 5:30pm Thursday evening. According to the trooper, the children were with Darrell and appeared to be fine. Darrell declined any assistance.
Around 7pm Thursday evening, Missouri State Highway Patrol received a 911 call about a male and two small children walking along State Highway 65. Troopers checked the area but did not locate the family.
At approximately 7:52pm Thursday, a Benton County deputy checked on the Peak vehicle which was abandoned on 65 highways north of Warsaw. The deputy later observed who she believed to be Darrell and the children walking up 65 Highway north of the vehicle. When she turned around to check on them, they were unable to be located.
This is an ongoing investigation. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Darrell, Mayson and/or Kaiden Peak, you are asked to call 911.