19 year old Jackson Miller was last seen on May 15, 2010 in San Francisco, California. He was last seen near the Golden Gate Bridge after leaving his car in the bridge parking lot with his personal belongings left inside.
Disappearance of jackson
On May 15, 2010, Jackson Miller was last seen near the Golden Gate Bridge.
He parked his 2004 silver Honda Pilot in the bridge parking lot at 4:10 p.m. that afternoon, leaving his wallet, cell phone, and IPod inside.
He was seen walking away from his car in the parking lot near the south entrance.
Jackson was reportedly depressed, anxious, and suffering withdrawal symptoms from prescription medication at the time of his disappearance. He was taking antidepressants and medical marijuana at the time and abandoned them when he vanished.
According to the sheriff’s department, no one was seen jumping from the bridge that day, and no unidentified bodies were discovered in the bay.
His family is concerned because a splash was seen on Coast Guard video from the Marin County side of the bay around the time his car was abandoned.
Investigation of case
In the days following Jackson’s disappearance, there were a few unconfirmed sightings of him in the Fisherman’s Wharf area.
In 2014, a South Lake Tahoe resident called to report seeing Jackson in the South Lake Tahoe area on several occasions, including as recently as July of that year. The report has yet to be confirmed.
The circumstances of Jackson’s disappearance remain unknown. When he went missing, he had no money, identification, or credit cards with him.
Although Jackson is listed as voluntarily missing, his family remains concerned because he was reportedly anxious and depressed due to medication withdrawal when he went missing.
His family believes he is in a homeless shelter or a youth center. His case is still unsolved.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jackson Miller please contact the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department at (408) 808-4720, or the Nor-Cal Alliance for the Missing anonymous tip line at (530) 378-4491.