BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police are investigating the bizarre circumstances behind the sudden disappearance of an eighth-grade teacher who was last seen just days after Christmas.
The unusual situation is striking a nerve with those who came into contact with Gregory Ferrell on a regular basis. The special education teacher is described as a soft-spoken, kind person who teaches at Monarch Academy in northeast Baltimore.
“We’d have, if they were having some meetings, he’d be outside like, ‘Hi!’ He was really nice” Toni McWayne said.
Red flags have immediately gone up after all of his social media and credit card activity stopped, but authorities say they have not found any overt signs of foul play.
“I was just telling my husband that it’s spooky,” McWayne said.
Police have now declared the 56-year-old a “critical missing person.”
“When we get into a scenario when somebody’s life stops basically of everything normal — whether it’s using
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Baltimore Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a missing Baltimore teacher who suddenly disappeared and stopped using social media and his credit cards late last month, they said Friday.
Gregory D. Ferrell, 56, an eighth grade teacher at Monarch Academy Baltimore in the Coldstream Homestead Montebello neighborhood in Northeast Baltimore, was last seen on Dec. 29.
T.J. Smith, a police spokesman, said police “have not found any overt signs of foul play,” but consider Ferrell a “critical missing person” given the circumstances surrounding his disappearance, which is “uncharacteristic” of Ferrell.
“When we get into a scenario where somebody’s life stops basically of everything normal, whether it’s using credit cards, social media, going to work, things like that, contacting friends and family, that’s of major concern as well,” Smith said.
Ferrell — about 6-feet-2 and 250 pounds — was last seen wearing black pants and a light gray sweater
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