UPDATED: FOUND: James Robert Joyce

UPDATE March 29, 12:30 p.m. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has reported that James Robert Joyce was located in a Mesquite casino on Monday after originally being reported missing March 6.

Trish Carter, Public Information Specialist for the sheriff’s office, told St. George News that according to the report, Joyce was in good health and told deputies he had an argument with his wife.

“They had a fallout, and he was not returning home,” Carter said. “That’s what he (the deputy) says in this report. He says he’s in a good health and had a place in the Mesquite area.”

LITTLEFIELD, Ariz. — Mohave County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating James Robert Joyce, 72, of Littlefield. Joyce left his residence Sunday morning.

James Robert Joyce, 72, of Littlefield, Arizona, went missing Sunday morning, photo date and location unspecified | Photo courtesy of Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, St. George News

Joyce’s wife advised that he was last seen wearing a dark blue turquoise shirt, Levi jeans and a black coat. Joyce often wears a ball cap with a Chevy logo. Joyce recently retired and had been wanting to go to Las Vegas, Nevada.

According to authorities, it is unknown Joyce’s means of transportation, as his wife has their only vehicle. Joyce took his medications for high blood pressure and borderline diabetic with him.

James Robert Joyce is described as follows:

  • Height: 5 foot 10 inches
  • Age: 72
  • Skin color: White
  • Hair: White
  • Eyes: Brown

An Attempt-to-Locate was issued to law enforcement for James Robert Joyce. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of James Joyce is asked to contact Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at 800-526-1911 or 928-753-0753.

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3 Comments

  • Wolverine March 7, 2017 at 8:19 am

    I hope he is found safe and sound. Has anyone else noticed that this news outlet seems to be the “Milk Carton of missing” for anyone that doesn’t return home or goes missing? Personally, I find it disconcerting that so many people (seems like double digits) have gone missing since the first of the year in Southern UT. Perhaps there needs to be another Alert, like an Amber Alert for missing adults? Did we just not hear about all of the instances of missing people in the past (I mean, I saw an article here and there about a missing hiker or hunter once in a while), or is this some kind of freakish trend? It just seems like there have been SO MANY in the past year. And how in the heck does this even happen when everyone seems to be packing a cell phone?

    Disturbed by disappearances.

    • Have3bratz March 7, 2017 at 10:50 am

      I totally agree with you Wolverine… I was just thinking the same thing about how there has been so many missing people… Not just elderly tho, all ages… There for awhile it was teens and before that elderly… It almost sounds like this guy may have taken a bus to Mesquite or Vegas and hopefully he’ll be found in a casino… He atleast took his medications with him, so it sounds like he knows what he is doing… The wife needs to loom at their bank statements and see if he is withdrawaling and money and then they will be able to find out whag city he is in atleast… (Which I’m sure the police already told her to do) lol Hoping they find him safe and sound… And praying for all the missing people and for them to come home safe… Amdto have no more missing people!!! (I can wish)

  • ladybugavenger March 7, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    I thought I was being paranoid when I had the same thought as y’all. I’m glad to see others are concerned about the disappearances and I’m not….get ready for it theone……are you ready?……..delusional.

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