Missing Bay Area man may be in Tahoe
A Bay Area man missing since 2010 may have been spotted in South Lake Tahoe this summer.
A resident called the South Lake Tahoe Police Department to report having seen a missing person poster displaying Jackson Miller’s picture. The caller reported having seen Jackson Miller in South Lake Tahoe on a number of occasions and as recently as mid-July. Although the caller seemed confident, the report currently remains unconfirmed.
Miller, 22, is a voluntarily missing adult from Cupertino. Miller was reported missing by his family four years ago. Soon after he went missing, Miller’s car was found in the parking lot of the Golden Gate Bridge. The vehicle contained Miller’s wallet and cell phone. The Golden Gate Bridge Authority confirmed that no one jumped from the bridge the night Miller’s car was parked there. Video surveillance cameras revealed Miller leaving his vehicle and walking out of the parking area.
At the time of his disappearance, Miller was reported to have been anxious and depressed due to medication withdrawal.
Miller is 5-feet-10-inches tall and weighs 160 pounds. He has brown hair and blue eyes. He may have facial hair at this time.
If anyone is able to confirm Miller’s location, call 530.542.6100 or Lake Tahoe Secret Witness at 530.541.6800.
— Lake Tahoe News staff report