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Screven sheriff seeks missing sex offender
Woman, two children believed to be with suspect
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Screven County sheriff’s investigators are searching for a registered sex offender who absconded from the area, as well as a woman and two juveniles who are believed to be with him.

Glen Reginald Walden Jr., 36, Buttermilk Road, was convicted of third or subsequent offense of public indecency in 1998. Screven County Sheriff’s Inv. Brett Dickerson said Walden violated conditions of his conviction status and has left the area without notifying authorities.

Anita Beasley said her twin sister Kaci Beasley and her two children, a boy, age 6, and a girl, age 11, are also missing and believed to be with Walden.

Dickerson said Inv. Mike Lacienski is handling the case, and “there is no reason to believe (Kaci Beasley and the children) are in danger.” However, Anita Beasley feels differently.

“They don’t (think she is in danger) but I do,” she said. “She is with a registered sex offender.” Walden has been known to be physically violent with her sister in the past, she said.

Kaci Beasley’s family has not heard from her in two weeks, her sister said. “She usually calls us every day.”

Family members have no idea where Kaci could be, she said. A cell phone was traced to somewhere in Kentucky, but neither Kaci Beasley nor Walden are known to have any connections or family there, she said.

Walden has brown hair, brown eyes, stands about 6’ tall, weighs about 150 pounds and has tattoos on his arms.

Kaci Beasley has short brown hair with purple highlights, brown eyes, stands 5’1” and weighs around 117 pounds, her sister said.

‘The couple may be in a small white Toyota car.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Anita Beasley at (912) 682-5400 or the Screven County Sheriff’s Office at (912) 564-2013.


Herald reporter Holli Deal Saxon may be reached at (912) 489-9414.


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