Bremerton man missing in South Kitsap

Timothy James Huson, 22 - Courtesy Photo
Timothy James Huson, 22
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Authorities are searching for a Bremerton man who went missing from a party in South Kitsap last week.

Timothy James Huson, 22, was at a house party in the 11400 block of Alpine Drive Southwest Jan. 27 when he stepped outside, reportedly intoxicated, and never returned to the house, according to a Feb. 3 statement from the Kitsap County Sheriff's Office.

Huson's step-father and brother filed a missing person report Wednesday when they realized no one knew his whereabouts. The Bremerton man is known to disappear for days at a time. He is unemployed, does not have a vehicle, does not drive nor does he have a cell phone.

A search and rescue mission began the evening of Feb. 2 with a ground search of the area of the party between 6:30 and 11 p.m. The ground search and an underwater search began at 9 a.m. Feb. 3.

Huson is six feet tall and 200 pounds with reddish-blond hair and blue eyes. Huson has a tattoo of a cross on his back and the word "pimp" on his right hand. He was last seen wearing a T-shirt, basketball shorts and tan work boots.

Anyone who may have seen Huson or has information on his whereabouts is advised to call 911 or (360) 308-5400.

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