Where is Jason Landry? Texas State student missing for two years

While most Houstonians are busy enjoying the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, for Jason’s family it’s a reminder of how much time has gone by with no answers.

“It’s beyond frustrating to sit here and talk about my son – to be here 721 days later and here we are. Do we have any more answers?” said Kent. “Every day goes on and on and on and every holiday gets harder and harder to celebrate without those answers.”

Kent believes the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office is partly to blame for the way they handled the case. Kent believes they decided from the start that Jason went alone and wasn’t a victim of crime, so they didn’t put a lot of time or effort into finding out what happened.

“And that’s the part that’s been frustrating from the start, that law enforcement has treated this case with indifference, arrogance and frankly viciousness,” Kent told us. “They saw his clothes lying in the middle of the street and didn’t even bother to pick them up. If you literally think there’s a naked college student there in 30-degree weather and 20-degree knots, shouldn’t you at least look for him? But you just kept driving, shining your light on the road and this careless, indifferent attitude…”

This time of year will always be tough for them.

“For someone who’s missing a loved one, the season isn’t the same as everyone else’s, it doesn’t feel the same,” Kent said. “We still have presents for Jason.”

As millions of other college students across the country head home for the holidays, Kent is hoping no other parent gets that devastating call.

“Honestly, I pray all college students come home because mine didn’t.”

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Laura Coffey

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