OHS Grad Missing from Army Found Safe
Jun 29, 2015 06:32AM ● Published by Steven Jack
Army SPC Danny Domres turned himself in to Army officials Sunday evening.
SPC Danny Domres, the Oswego High School graduate, who was reported AWOL in May from Fort Carson, Colorado, has been found.
According to the Missing Warrior Alert Facebook page, Domres turned himself into Fort Carson officials late Sunday evening.
"We have worked hard to find him: the volunteers, the private Investigators, our family. We will NEVER give up on him," Danny's father Tom Domres said in a Facebook post from early Monday morning.
As of Monday morning, little information was available about where Danny has been or why he decided to turn himself him. However, Colorado Springs television station KOAA said they spoke to him Sunday night before he surrendered, and he explained why he went AWOL. That report is expected to air Monday night.
Danny, a 2012 graduate of Oswego High School, had been considered AWOL from Fort Carson, since Monday, May 11, when he apparently walked off the base after an alcohol test. Danny may be suffering from post traumatic stress disordered after serving for nine months in Afghanistan in late 2012 and early 2013.
In the weeks following his disappearance Tom Domres traveled to Colorado Springs to search for his son with no success.
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