Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Kylan was last on seen April 22, 2011. He reportedly was picked up by an unknown friend at a Columbia residence and has not been seen since. Stubler, 17, told his father his ride had arrived and left his fatherís house. The last confirmed sighting of Kylan came from surveillance video from the Break Time convenience store at 900 Conley Road. The video shows Kylan there at 2:03 p.m., shortly after he left his fatherís house.
Later that day a witness claims to have seen Kylan at the Dollar General store at 3020 Paris Road and that he was visibly upset. There is no surveillance video or police confirmation of this sighting. Kylan spent that night at a friendís house and was last seen by that friend leaving Friday morning.
Kylanís father had paid him $40 for housework on Thursday but his family didnít know if he had more money. Stubler had been living with friends and didnít have a permanent residence, a driverís license, or a car at the time of his disappearance.
On February 19, 2011, Kylan was charged with felony marijuana possession after he was arrested. He was released on a $4,500 bond. A preliminary hearing on the charge was scheduled for May 18. He may have traveled to Saint Louis, Missouri.
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Columbia Police Department