Sergeant Michael Adams was working the day shift on January 11, 2013 at the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Department when, at 7:45 a.m., he received Jacquelyn Johnson‘s missing person’s report that her son Kendrick was missing.
Acting quickly, Adams drove over to the Lowndes County High School in Valdosta, Georgia. When he got there, he asked the school secretary to call Kendrick’s first block teacher to verify his absence. Once that was confirmed, Adams began to print color pictures of Kendrick for distribution.
While he was doing that, the principal’s secretary told him that a mother wanted to meet with him, in reference to her missing son. When he arrived at the principal’s office, Adams found Jackie and her daughter Kenyatta, Kendrick’s sister, waiting to meet with him. One of the first things Adams wanted to know was if Kendrick had any girlfriends.
That was logical. Maybe he had a girlfriend and had stayed over at her place?
Read “Who Killed Kendrick Johnson? Pt. 2” here.