You did not read the article(s), did you?
The disappearance last year was not considered an abduction. In fact, this current disappearance is not considered an abduction---yet.
Please get the facts before you call names.
Saturday's search brought back difficult memories for many who searched for 12-year-old Boy Scout Garrett Bardsley, who disappeared last August in the Uintas and is believed dead.
The current search has hit Garrett's parents particularly hard. They said they are offering what help they can.
"My husband has been up there," said Heidi Bardsley Saturday afternoon. She said she was heading up to the search site to offer what help and support she could as well. Heidi Bardsley said given the circumstances, she was reluctant to talk about the situation.
In fall 2003, crews also searched for a mother and daughter from out of state who went missing while hiking in the Crystal Lake area. Their remains were discovered last summer near a crudely built shelter. The pair likely died from hypothermia, sheriff officials said.
Having a third disappearance so relatively soon will prove challenging, both physically and emotionally for officials as well. "We're no strangers to this, unfortunately," Edmunds said. "We'd like to find him within a few minutes, but we also know that it could take days, it could take weeks." The area where Brennan was last seen is a place commonly frequented by scouts, Edmunds said