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Willis father feared dead after missing for nearly a year
Willis, Texas
   
 
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At 11 years old, the 4 foot, 3 inches tall Chase Mosley rarely cries or shows much emotion.

The ‘little tough kid,’ as his mom calls him, sobs when his father comes to mind, though. And last summer’s disappearance of then 38-year-old Joshua Lee Mosley often keeps his son sobbing through the night.

Those involved in Mosley’s search are convinced the Willis man was a victim of foul play.

“I do feel like he’s not with us anymore,” said Aveena Ryzewski, Chase’s mother.

Mosley, who for years grappled with drug abuse, left behind the vehicle he was driving the night of Aug. 30, 2019, his ID and little else to explain where he went.


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