Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Kareem Jamal Ward

(The State)  It was Sunday morning, Father’s Day on June 17, 2007, and the family of Kareem Jamaal Ward were at home planning a dinner for later that day at his sister’s house.
Ward’s mother, Ann Warren, said she remembers that morning he was outside playing with his pitbull puppy and talking to his cousin in the yard.
About 10 a.m. that day, the 23-year-old got a phone call and left his mom’s house.
Ward didn’t say where he was going, but said he would return in time for dinner.
Hours ticked off the clock, daylight turned to darkness and calls to Ward’s cellphone went to voicemail.
The family assumed Ward went to visit his girlfriend, where he had recently spent a lot of time, and lost track of time.
But Ward never came back.
It wasn’t until the following day when Horry County police came to their home that Warren knew her only son hadn’t lost track of time with his girlfriend.
The officer told Ann Warren and her daughter, Sharhonda Warren, that Ward’s car had been pulled from the Pee Dee River after it was found submerged at a boat landing off Gunters Lake Road in the Galivants Ferry area.
Police told the family that some recently installed audio sound equipment had been stripped from the car before it was submerged, Sharhonda Warren said. Her brother’s cellphone was in the car, but the SIM card was missing and there was no trace of Ward.
“The area was searched for days and nothing turned up. The police had claimed to have gotten leads to his possible whereabouts but nothing turned up,” Sharhonda Warren said. “The disappearance of my brother was extremely hard on my entire family.”
Like a few other families in Horry County, the Warrens continue to wait for answers about what happened to him.

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