ZachNews: Continuing news coverage of the search to find missing Jason Dulitz.

October 1, 2014 Leave a comment

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Stay tuned to ZachNews for continuing news coverage of the search to find missing Jason Dulitz.

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Needles, CA: 10-10 event will be held next Friday.

October 1, 2014 Leave a comment

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Needles, CA: 10-10 event will be held next Friday.

The community is invited to the 10-10 event, the Republic of China’s National Day, being held at 10:10am PT on Friday, October 10th, 2014 (10-10) outside in front of the Needles City Council Chambers located on the 1700 block of J Street near the Needles Recreation Center and Bailey Avenue in Needles, California.

The ceremony recognizing the founding of the Republic of China will representatives from the City of Needles, County of San Bernardino, Republic of China Veterans Associations in Los Angeles, California, and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles, California will all be attending this annual community event.

This year, the City of Needles put up 2 flagpoles on the westside of the complex facing the parking lot near Bailey Avenue that will be use during the 10-10 event in which both the Republic of China and the United States of America are presented and raised up the flagpole as the national anthem for both the Republic of China and the United States of America is played and song proudly.

According to the City of Needles, the National Day of the Republic of China ceremony has been on going in our community for over 40 years and commemorates the Wuch’ang Uprising of 1911.

Around 100 people each year attend this event which was organized in 1973 by Bruce Weekley and Wing Yee.

As a result of the uprising the Ch’ing Dynasty was replaced; the Republic of China was founded on Monday, January 1st, 1912.

During the long-running Chinese Civil War which began in 1927, the nationalist government of the Republic of China relocated to the island of Taiwan in 1949 while the communist government of the People’s Republic of China assumed control of the mainland.

The public is asked to come early before the ceremony as seating fills up fast.

Last year, the community welcome guest and dignitaries for the 10-10 event, the Republic of China’s National Day, was celebrated early on Saturday, October 5th, 2013.

The 10-10 event is usually held on October 10th, but last year’s 10/10 event was added to the Needles Centennial Celebration held from Friday, October 4th 2013 to Sunday, October 6th, 2013 that celebrated the 100th year centennial incorporated of Needles, California.

Last year’s ceremony was held outside in front of the Needles City Council Chambers in Needles, California and began with the Republic of China’s Color Guard presented the flags followed by national anthem of the Republic of China and the United States of America’s “Star Spangled Banner” national anthem. Guest, dignitaries, City of Needles officials both pass and present day, and visitors sung proudly well they waved both the Republic of China and the United States of America flags uniting together in song and in spirit.

During last year’s ceremony, Robert Yee II helped raised the Republic of China’s flag for the ceremony which his father had done it for many years and now he is doing it.

City of Mayor Edward T. Paget helped contribute to last year’s ceremony with a proclamation for the event and City of Mayor Edward T. Paget said that it’s an honor to help celebrate what he called “10-10″ and celebrate the Republic of China’s independence for 102 years.

City of Needles Mayor Edward T. Paget told the crowd during last year’s ceremony that the ceremony been on going for 40 years and hope that this ceremony continues.

Former City of Needles Mayors Jeff Williams and Murl Shaver II attended last year’s ceremony and honored City of Needles Mayor Edward T. Paget for their support of the Republic of China and the ceremony.

Former Assistant Needles City Manager David Brownlee, Needles City Council Member Linda Kidd, and Needles City Council Member Terry Campbell also attended last year’s ceremony and were also thanked for support of this ceremony.

Retired Lieutenant General Abe C. Lin spoke during last year’s ceremony saying that the core values of both countries is to defend freedom and that the Doolittle Raid is an example of those values.

Last year’s ceremony ended with a brunch at Juicy’s Famous River Cafe in Needles, California were friendly and welcoming employees cooked up a delicious meal serving guest and dignitaries Beef and Broccoli, Chow Mein, Rice, fried fish and french fries, and large fresh salad.

Guest, dignitaries, and color guard from the Republic of China who attended the 10-10 event participated in the Needles Centennial Parade on Saturday, October 5th, 2013 in Downtown Needles, California.

**** You can watch the videos from last year’s 10-10 event at the following ZachNews on YouTube website addresses: ****

- 10/10 Event in Needles, California. Part:

- 10/10 Event in Needles, California. Part 2:

** Read and view last year’s Needles Centennial Celebration at the following ZachNews website address: **

http://zachnews.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/needles-ca-community-celebrates-the-centennial-incorporation-of-needles-california/

ZachNews will have coverage the 10-10 event being held on Friday, October 10th, 2014 and will have both pictures and videos of the 10-10 event at ZachNews and ZachNews on YouTube.

** Videos and pictures of the 10-10 event held on Saturday, October 5th, 2013 were taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez. **

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California: California Governor signs nation’s first statewide ban on single use plastic bags.

September 30, 2014 Leave a comment

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California: California Governor signs nation’s first statewide ban on single use plastic bags.

California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014 the nation’s first statewide ban on single use plastic bags.

The measure, California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270), will go into effect for large grocery chains and pharmacies beginning Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 and will extend to convenience stores and liquor stores on Friday, July 1st, 2016.

“This bill is a step in the right direction – it reduces the torrent of plastic polluting our beaches, parks and even the vast ocean itself,” said California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. adding, “We’re the first to ban these bags, and we won’t be the last.”

The legislation and authored of California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270), California State Senator Alex Padilla, the measure prohibits grocery stores and pharmacies from distributing single use plastic bags after July 2015 and enacts the same ban for convenience stores and liquor stores the following year. It will also provide up to $2 million in competitive loans – administered by CalRecycle – to businesses transitioning to the manufacture of reusable bags.

Also under the measure, California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270), stores will be required to offer customers recycled paper bags or bags made of compostable material at a cost of at least 10 cents. Consumers buying groceries using California’s food assistance program won’t have to pay for bags.

California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270) is supported by many local governments, businesses, and labor organizations as well as widespread support from community and environmental groups.

“I applaud Governor Brown for signing SB 270 into law. He continues to lead our state forward with a commitment to sustainability. A throw-away society is not sustainable. This new law will greatly reduce the flow of billions of single-use plastic bags that litter our communities and harm our environment each year. Moving from single-use plastic bags to reusable bags is common sense. Governor Brown’s signature reflects our commitment to protect the environment and reduce government costs,” said California State Senator Alex Padilla.

“The California coast is a national treasure and a calling card for the world, helping us attract visitors and business from around the globe. Removing the harmful blight of single-use plastic bags, especially along our coastline and waterways, helps ensure the kind of clean and healthy environment we need to have a stronger economy and a brighter future,” said California Assembly Speaker Toni G. Atkins.

“SB 270 is a win-win for the environment and for California workers. We are doing away with the scourge of single-use plastic bags and closing the loop on the plastic waste stream, all while maintaining – and growing – California jobs. As we further develop our green economy, SB 270 will be a model for balancing the health of the planet with the preservation of people’s livelihoods,” said Senate President pro Tem-elect Kevin de Leόn, a joint author of the bill.

“For nearly 10 million Californians, life without plastic grocery bags is already a reality. Bag bans reduce plastic pollution and waste, lower bag costs at grocery stores, and now we’re seeing job growth in California at facilities that produce better alternatives,” said Californians Against Waste Executive Director Mark Murray.

“California is the first state in the U.S. to ban the most ubiquitous consumer item on the planet, in an effort to drive consumers towards sustainable behavior change. Data from the over 127 local plastic bag bans has proven that bans are effective at reducing litter and changing consumer attitudes, and have refuted industry’s claims of apocalyptic impacts on jobs and poor communities. A state plastic bag ban saves taxpayers the huge amount of money spent on litter cleanup, and protects the environment,” said Clean Seas Coalition and Seventh Generation Advisors Director Leslie Tamminen.

“SB 270 is a great victory for all of California. We’ve seen locally that plastic bag bans lead to cleaner water and healthier wildlife, keeping trash off our beaches and out of our creeks. The success of bag bans in our local communities has empowered state legislators to make the right decision for the health of California’s waterways. Governor Brown’s signature of this statewide bag ban is an important moment for our state, demonstrating that California is once again willing to take the lead on important environmental issues,” said Save the Bay executive director David Lewis.

The measure, California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270), aligning state law with ordinances passed by a growing number of local governments in California to reduce plastic waste.

Similar single use plastic bags are already in effect in nearly 100 cities and counties in California including Los Angeles, California which went into affect on Wednesday, January 1st, 2014 and is reportedly the largest city to ban plastic bags.

** You can view the full text regarding California’s Senate Bill 270 (SB270) at the following Official California Legislative Information website address: **

http://leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/postquery?bill_number=sb_270&sess=CUR&house=B&author=padilla_%3Cpadilla%3E

http://leginfo.ca.gov/bilinfo.html

** Community Comments: **

- What do you think of the nation’s first statewide ban on single use plastic bags in California?

- Do you think this will hard or help small businesses?

- If you are using reusable bags when you are going grocery shopping, how has using reusable bags change your way of going grocery shopping?

** Please leave your comments, complaints, and concerns in the comments section on this news story and thank you for participating. **

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Needles, CA: Neon Movie Night at Needles High School on Wednesday.

September 30, 2014 Leave a comment

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Needles, CA: Neon Movie Night at Needles High School on Wednesday.

Come out for a night of great movies during Neon Movie Night at Needles High School in Needles, California on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014.

Movies are being played in the Needles High School Auditorium at Needles High School located at 1600 Washington Street in Needles, California.

** Movies playing are the following: **

- “Rio 2” at 1:00pm PT.

- “Captain America – The Winter Solder” at 2:30pm PT.

Tickets for the movies cost $3.00 per person.

Pizza and snacks will be available for purchase at the concession table.

For more information regarding Neon Movie Night, contact Bebe Lopez Fletcher at: 1 (760) 221-7900.

Come and enjoy watching movies for a great price.

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Breaking News!!: Dallas, TX: First diagnosed case of Ebola found in the United States of America.

September 30, 2014 Leave a comment

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Breaking News!!: Dallas, TX: First diagnosed case of Ebola found in the United States of America.

According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a patient being treated at a hospital in Dallas, Texas has been confirmed to be the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States of America.

According to United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Doctor Thomas Frieden, the person left Liberia, Africa on Friday, September 19th, 2014 and arrived in the United States of America on Saturday, September 20th, 2014.

At that time, the person did not have symptoms. “But four or five days later,” that person began to show symptoms, Frieden said

According to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Spokesman Stephen O’Brien, the person was a patient at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas.

According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, the adult patient developed symptoms days after returning to Texas from Africa, and was admitted into isolation on Sunday, September 28th, 2014.

A team from United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is heading to Texas to deal with this incident.

The Ebola outbreak has been centered in the African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia.

According to a World Health Organization, more than 3,000 people have died after being infected with Ebola.

The symptoms might not appear until two to 21 days after one is infected.

According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Ebola causes viral hemorrhagic fever, which can affect multiple organ systems in the body and are often accompanied by bleeding.

Early symptoms include sudden onset of fever, weakness, muscle pain, headaches, and a sore throat, each of which can be easily mistaken early on for other ailments like malaria, typhoid fever, meningitis or even the plague.

** More information is still coming into ZachNews. **

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News Update!!: Needles, CA: Latest information on the continuing search to find missing Jason Dulitz.

September 30, 2014 Leave a comment

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News Update!!: Needles, CA: Latest information on the continuing search to find missing Jason Dulitz.

ZachNews continues to report the latest information on the search for still missing 21 year old Jason Dulitz from Austin, Minnesota who hasn’t been hear since Saturday, September 6th, 2014 and whose car was found abandoned inside a shopping center parking lot in Needles, California a week ago.

On Saturday, September 6th, 2014, 21 year old Jason Dulitz of Austin, Minnesota was reported missing. The family of Jason Dulitz hasn’t hear from him since.

On Monday, September 22nd, 2014, according to Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer (P.I.O.) at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, Jason Dulitz’s vehicle was located abandoned. Jason Dulitz’s vehicle, a 1995 white Ford Aspire with Minnesota license plates, was parked near the southwest corner of the Needles Towne Center parking lot which is located on the 1000 block of East Broadway between Ice Plant Road and Interstate 40 in Needles, California. Found inside Jason Dulitz’s vehicle were bags of clothes, car keys on the dashboard, gas in the car’s tank, and his passport in the glove box, and a basketball in the back area of Jason Dulitz’s vehicle.

On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department issued a local press release with missing person flyer announcing that they are searching for 21 year old Jason Dulitz. Flyers of missing Jason Dulitz were posted around businesses in Needles, California. Businesses in Needles, California all hope that missing Jason Dulitz is found soon and safe. Some residents in the Colorado River Tri-State area began going around their communities passing out flyers continuing to ask the public to help missing Jason Dulitz.

On Thursday, September 25th, 2014, Jason Dulitz’s vehicle still parked inside the Needles Towne Center parking lot in Needles, California. A missing person flyer posted on the driver side window of Jason Dulitz’s vehicle and a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department business card placed in the lower frame of the driver side door area of Jason Dulitz’s vehicle. The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) posted information missing Jason Dulitz on their website.

** You can view the information at the following National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) website address: **

https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/26252/0/

NamUs MP # 26252

At 8:25pm PT on Thursday, September 25th, 2014, according to Austin Police Department Chief Brian Krueger, they found 2 financial transaction at a convenience store in Santa Monica, California and authorities have spoken to the employees at the convenience store in Santa Monica, California and they believe it was Jason Dulitz and at this time they are attempting to pick up that video to confirm if it was Jason Dulitz.

At 12:28pm PT on Monday, September 29th, 2014, the Santa Monica Police Department contacted Dawn Vlaicevic, Katie Dulitz’s mother, which saids, “Ms. Vlaicevic, Good morning. We received your request and attached flyers and will circulate them within the police department. We have also been in contact with detectives from the Mower County Sheriff’s Department in Austin, Minnesota who are handling the missing person investigation.”

At 3:42pm PT on Monday, September 29th, 2014, detective from Austin, Minnesota contacted Katie Dulitz, his sister, with the latest information related to missing Jason Dulitz saying that they have 3 still shots from the video of the card usage from the 7-11 Store in Santa Monica, California. They are not able to confirm this is Jason at this time and are waiting for the video to be sent over from the store in California. They are also requesting video from a CVS Pharmacy store that maybe of better quality. Detectives with the Mower County Sheriff’s Department in Austin, Minnesota are handling the missing person investigation. Flyers of missing Jason Dulitz have been shared on social media by people wanting Jason Dulitz to be found and asking people to help find Jason Dulitz. People are also sending the flyers of missing Jason Dulitz to authorities around Santa Monica, California as well as across California in case Jason Dulitz is in their community. Reports that people are posting up flyers of missing Jason Dulitz in communities around Santa Monica, California in case he is found in the area. 

At 3:49pm PT on Monday, September 29th, 2014, Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer (P.I.O.) at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department tells ZachNews by email, “There was never a traffic stop conducted by our deputies.” There were reports that Jason Dulitz was stopped by authorities in California and had his identification checked during the traffic stop. According to Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer (P.I.O.) at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, there is no additional information to release.

At 10:12am PT on Tuesday, September 30th, 2014, an email from Santa Monica Police Department’s Public Information Office sent to ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez regarding missing Jason Dulitz states, “Mr.Lopez. I have spoken to Lt. Muir from our Criminal Divison. They are looking into the matter.” Santa Monica Police Department Lieutenant Clinton Muir confirmed the email ZachNews received.

As the search continues for missing Jason Dulitz, a community along the Colorado River are hoping that missing Jason Dulitz is found soon and want to do something to give some hope that Jason Dulitz is found soon and safe.

Lorie and Jodie, both residents of Needles, California, told ZachNews that a candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz will be held at 7:00pm PT on Friday, October 3rd, 2014 in the parking lot of the Needles Towne Center which is located on the 1000 block of East Broadway between Ice Plant Road and Interstate 40 in Needles, California.

People are asked to bring candles and your loving and caring soul to this prayer vigil.

The family of Jason Dulitz is thanking everybody for their support and outreach from complete strangers, and hope the people across the county keep Jason Dulitz on their mind and in their heart.

**** Missing Person Information: ****

- First Name: Jason

- Middle Name: Tyler

- Last Name: Dulitz

- Nicknames or Alias: J.J.

- Date Last Seen: Saturday, September 6th, 2014

- Age Last Seen: 21 Years Old

- Age Now: 21 Years Old

- Race: White

- Sex: Male

- Height (Inches): 5’10” (70.0)

- Weight (Pounds): 140.0

- Hair Color: Sandy Blondish / Red

- Hairstyle: Long Hair, But May Have Been Cut Short

- Color of Eyes: Green

- Body Artwork: At Least 2 Tattoos; Name, “Dulitz” On Left Side Chest Area and Charlie Brown Cartoon On Right Calf Area

Jason Dulitz likes to play basketball, disc golf, and frisbee; loves to listen to music; and making musical beats and raps.

Family and friends of Jason Dulitz say that he was always friendly with everyone, funny, and has a big and bright smile that is contagious; you would smile when he did, and has a good heart; would give you the shirt of his back.

Family and friends of Jason Dulitz is asking everybody, including those in and around the Colorado River Tri-State area of Arizona, California, and Nevada to please help find missing Jason Dulitz.

**** Anyone with information on the whereabouts of missing Jason Dulitz is urged to contact the following authorities: ****

- San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Detective J. Cross or San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy J. Wagner at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station in Needles, California at: 1 (760) 326-9200.

- Investigating Agency
Detective Todd Clennon of the Austin Police Department in Austin, Minnesota at: 1 (507) 437-9400. Missing Person Case Number: 14112449.

The public can also contact Katie Dulitz, Jason Dulitz’s Sister, on Facebook if they have any information regarding missing Jason Dulitz.

** You can contact Katie Dulitz, Jason Dulitz’s Sister, at the following Facebook website address: **

https://www.facebook.com/katie.dulitz?fref=ts

More information regarding the search for missing Jason Dulitz is being updated at the Facebook group page, “Bring Home Jason Dulitz.”

** You can follow the Facebook group page, “Bring Home Jason Dulitz” at the following Facebook website address: **

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1529378783945885/

Stay tuned to ZachNews for continuing news coverage on the search for missing Jason Dulitz.

ZachNews will have more news updates with more information as new information comes into ZachNews and ZachNews will be at the candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz and will have pictures and video of the candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz on ZachNews and ZachNews on YouTube.

** New missing person flyer was courtesy of Natalie Tynda, previous missing person flyer was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station, pictures of Jason Dulitz were courtesy of both Jodie Leah and Susie Tibbitts, and pictures of Jason Dulitz’s vehicle found abandoned in Needles, California were taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez. **

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News Update!!: Needles, CA: More new information regarding still missing Jason Dulitz.

September 29, 2014 Leave a comment

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News Update!!: Needles, CA: More new information regarding still missing Jason Dulitz.

ZachNews has been informed of some more new information regarding still missing 21 year old Jason Dulitz from Austin, Minnesota whose car was found abandoned last week inside a shopping center parking lot in Needles, California.

At 3:49pm PT on Monday, September 29th, 2014, ZachNews received an email from Jodi Miller, Public Information Officer (P.I.O.) at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department regarding missing Jason Dulitz which reads, “On September 22, 2014 – Jason Dulitz’s vehicle was located abandoned in the 99 cent store shopping center in Needles.  There was never a traffic stop conducted by our deputies.  Detectives from the Colorado River Station/Needles Police Department have been in contact with the detective at Austin PD in Minnesota.  Jason was reported missing with Austin PD – I have no information regarding their missing person case. Also, the detective from the Needles Station has attempted to contact you on your cell phone. There is no additional information to release.”

There were reports that Jason Dulitz was stopped by authorities in California and had his identification checked during the traffic stop.

Just moments ago, ZachNews reported that on Monday, September 29th, 2014, detective from Austin, Minnesota contacted Katie Dulitz, his sister, with the latest information related to missing Jason Dulitz saying that they have 3 still shots from the video of the card usage from the 7-11 Store in Santa Monica, California. They are not able to confirm this is Jason at this time and are waiting for the video to be sent over from the store in California. They are also requesting video from a CVS Pharmacy store that maybe of better quality.

This comes after Austin Police Department found 2 financial transaction at a convenience store in Santa Monica, California and spoken to the employees at the convenience store in Santa Monica, California who believe it was Jason Dulitz and authorities were attempting to pick up that video to confirm if it was Jason Dulitz.

Katie Dulitz, his sister, is hoping to hear some news by Tuesday.

At 12:28pm PT on Monday, September 29th, 2014, the Santa Monica Police Department contacted Dawn Vlaicevic, Katie Dulitz’s mother, which saids, “Ms. Vlaicevic, Good morning. We received your request and attached flyers and will circulate them within the police department. We have also been in contact with detectives from the Mower County Sheriff’s Department in Austin, Minnesota who are handling the missing person investigation.”

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department issued a local press release last week announcing that they are searching for 21 year old Jason Dulitz after his car, a 1995 white Ford Aspire with Minnesota license plates, was found abandoned in the parking lot of the Needles Towne Center in Needles, California with bags of clothes, car keys, a passport, and a basketball in the back area of his car.

Pictures taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez at 3:30pm PT on Thursday, September 25th, 2014, showed his abandoned car still parked near the southwest corner of the Needles Towne Center parking lot which is located on the 1000 block of East Broadway between Ice Plant Road and Interstate 40 in Needles, California with a missing person flyer posted on the driver side window and a San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department business card placed in the lower frame of the driver side door area.

Jason Dulitz was reportedly last seen Saturday, September 6th, 2014 in Austin, Minnesota and the family of Jason Dulitz hasn’t hear from him since.

As the search continues for missing Jason Dulitz, a community along the Colorado River are hoping that missing Jason Dulitz is found soon and want to do something to give some hope that Jason Dulitz is found soon and safe.

On Sunday, September 28th, 2014, Lorie and Jodie, both residents of Needles, California, told ZachNews that a candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz will be held at 7:00pm PT on Friday, October 3rd, 2014 in the parking lot of the Needles Towne Center which is located on the 1000 block of East Broadway between Ice Plant Road and Interstate 40 in Needles, California.

People are asked to bring candles and your loving and caring soul to this prayer vigil.

Since the car of missing Jason Dulitz was found abandoned in Needles, California, some residents in the Colorado River Tri-State area have been seen going around their communities passing out flyers continuing to ask the public to help find missing Jason Dulitz and flyers of missing Jason Dulitz have been seen posted around businesses in Needles, California with all of those businesses hoping that missing Jason Dulitz is found soon and safe.

The family of Jason Dulitz is thanking everybody for their support and outreach from complete strangers, and hope the people across the county keep Jason Dulitz on their mind and in their heart.

**** Missing Person Information: ****

- First Name: Jason

- Middle Name: Tyler

- Last Name: Dulitz

- Nicknames or Alias: J.J.

- Date Last Seen: Saturday, September 6th, 2014

- Age Last Seen: 21 Years Old

- Age Now: 21 Years Old

- Race: White

- Sex: Male

- Height (Inches): 5’10” (70.0)

- Weight (Pounds): 140.0

- Hair Color: Sandy Blondish / Red

- Hairstyle: Long Hair, But May Have Been Cut Short

- Color of Eyes: Green

- Body Artwork: At Least 2 Tattoos; Name, “Dulitz” On Left Side Chest Area and Charlie Brown Cartoon On Right Calf Area

Jason Dulitz likes to play basketball, disc golf, and frisbee; loves to listen to music; and making musical beats and raps.

Family and friends of Jason Dulitz say that he was always friendly with everyone, funny, and has a big and bright smile that is contagious; you would smile when he did, and has a good heart; would give you the shirt of his back.

Family and friends of Jason Dulitz is asking everybody, including those in and around the Colorado River Tri-State area of Arizona, California, and Nevada to please help find missing Jason Dulitz.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department – Colorado River Station at: 1 (760) 326-9200.

** Updated information regarding the search for Jason Dulitz is being posted at the following “Bring Home Jason Dulitz” Facebook group page: **

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1529378783945885/

Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story.

ZachNews will be at the candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz and will have pictures and video of the candlelight prayer vigil for missing Jason Dulitz on ZachNews and ZachNews on YouTube.

** Missing person flyer was courtesy of the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department – Colorado River Station, pictures of Jason Dulitz were courtesy of both Jodie Leah and Susie Tibbitts, and pictures of the abandoned car found in Needles, California were both taken by ZachNews Photojournalist Zachary A. Lopez. **

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