(photo courtesy of sanjacsports.com)
OCU student Dalton Viner was reported missing Monday according to a Sept. 17 email sent out by university officials.
Viner’s disappearance was reported by his family to the Midwest City Police Department, according to the email.
“Midwest City is handling the entire investigation, so we’re just cooperating with them,” said Leslie Berger, director of public relations for OCU.
After school and baseball practices, Viner was traveling between his house near campus and his family’s home in Choctaw for several days prior to his disappearance. Both his roommates and parents assumed he was at the other’s residence.
It is Viner’s first year at OCU after transferring from San Jacinto College, a junior college in Houston.
Viner is believed to be driving a gray 2013 Toyota Camry hybrid.
Denney Crabaugh, head baseball coach, is referring all requests for information on Viner’s disappearance to Berger.
Viner’s parents were unavailable for comment.
OCU Police Chief Bradd Brown is directing all inquires to the Midwest City Police Department.
Anyone with information about Viner’s disappearance should call the Midwest City Police Department at 405-739-1306