Bryce Laspisa Remains Missing

Bryce Laspisa Remains Missing After Eight Years, and Family Stays Hopeful He Will Be Found.

Bryce Laspisa, the missing person, was last seen in Castaic eight years ago. His family is hopeful that he will be found.

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Investigators and Laspisa’s family are still seeking the public’s assistance locating him.

Bryce Laspisa drove from Placer County, California, to visit his parents in Orange County, but he never reached their home.

Bryce Laspisa’s parents called their son, then 19, to drive home from Northern California. Karen Laspisa (Bryce’s mother) told them that he was driving along the 5 Freeway but couldn’t see any signs.

Bryce Laspisa Remains Missing After 8 Years

Bryce Laspisa Missing

His mother stated in a KHTS story that “He made a detour at 2.08 a.m., got off the I-5 in suburban areas, and was going to bed in his car.” I told him to call me the next day when he woke up.

Karen Laspisa stated that her son didn’t call back in the morning and hasn’t been in touch with his parents since that call.

It was located between 4:20 and 5:15 a.m. It was located 15 feet below a ravine on the passenger side. Bryce Laspisa’s mother stated that they found her son’s cell phone, wallet, credit cards and laptop in his car.

Since then, there have been some alleged sightings, but no trace of Laspisa was ever found.

According to Sheriff’s officials, Laspisa was last seen in Kern County on August 30, 2013, around 2:08 a.m. She has not been seen since.

Bryce Laspisa, Who was 19 years old at his disappearance, weighed 170 lbs and had red hair and blue eyes. He was wearing white cargo pants, a blue/white checked shirt, white/red Nike sneakers, and a tattoo on his left shoulder/arm.

His family is still worried, but they are hopeful and asking the public for help in locating him.

Facebook page “Find Bryce Laspisa“, which is dedicated to sharing sightings and organizing events to locate him, can be found at

Bryce Laspisa Story And His Chilling Disappearance In California

Bryce Laspisa, then just 19, was driving home from seeing his parents on August 30, 2013. He vanished near Castaic in California without leaving any trace.

Bryce Laspisa, 19, was driving to Laguna Niguel in California at the crack of dawn on August 30, 2013.

He called his mother at 2 a.m. to inform her that he was driving to the Sierra Pelona Mountains side of Interstate 5. This was the last Michael Laspisa and Karen Laspisa would hear from their son.

It was supposed to be a three-hour drive, but it turned out to be half a day of waiting. The Lampasas expected to see their son when the doorbell rang the following day.

They received the news that no parent wants to hear: Laspisa had his car totalled in Castaic Lake.

Laspisa was never found, and it is still not known where she may be. This is the complete story of one of the most bizarre and troubling missing person cases in recent years.

Bryce Laspisa came from a happy home

Bryce Laspisa, an only child, was born to Karen and Michael Laspisa, in Springfield, Illinois, on April 30, 1994. He was an early artist and had a charming, easygoing manner that made it easy to make friends.

Bryce Laspisa graduated in 2012 from Naperville Central High School, Chicago. After his parents had retired, he moved the family to California.

Settled in Laguna Niguel, Orange County. Laspisa, who was only 90 miles from Sacramento, moved quickly to Chico. Laspisa started his first year at Sierra College, where he studied graphic and industrial design.

The first year was a success. He did well in school, made a good friendship with Sean Dixon and started dating Kim Sly, a fellow student. During summer break, he told his girlfriend, parents, and friends that he wanted to return to school. His future looked bright, and all seemed well.

Bryce Laspisa: 19-Year-Old College Boy Mysterious Disappearance Story

According to all research, Bryce Laspisa was a typical college student. He was charismatic, young, and talented. The family was close-knit as he was the only child of Michael Laspisa and Karen Laspisa. However, the life of Bryce, a redheaded child, would soon change.

Instead of cheering on their son’s school achievements, Bryce and his parents are now asking the same question every day: What has happened to our son?

Who was Bryce Laspisa, the founder of the American Society for Information?

Bryce Laspisa, the only child of Michael Laspisa and Karen Laspisa, had been born in Illinois. The family moved across the country to California shortly after graduating from high school in 2012.

Bryce Laspisa seemed to be able to adapt to California life without any difficulty. He was a talented artist who studied graphic and industrial design at Sierra College, Rocklin. He did very well in school. Although he was still inexperienced, he had built a strong portfolio.

Bryce Laspisa was a charming and cheerful person. His friendly, upbeat personality instantly put people at ease. He made many friends at Sierra College and began dating Kim Sly his freshman year.

He returned to Laguna Niguel with his family at the end of the school year, approximately 465 miles from his college.

He felt close to his parents and was happy to be at home with them. He spent part of the summer at a local college taking English classes. This gave him an advantage in obtaining the credits he needed to complete his degree.

The fall semester started on August 26, 2013. Bryce was in a speech and web design class on that day. That night, he called his mother and told her how much he loved them.

Karen thought the talk was perfectly natural. Bryce was enthusiastic about the new semester and didn’t seem to have any concerns.

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