Mom of missing young Tucson man looks for cluesPosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- The mother of a young Tucson man who has been missing for more than a month has flown in from Iowa to see if she can find any clues about his disappearance.
Twenty-one-year-old Jordan Peterson was last seen Nov. 16 after telling his roommate he would be home later in the evening.
But Peterson never returned and two days later, police found his truck abandoned in Marana with his keys and cell phone still inside.
His mother, Lisa Jasman, flew into Tucson from Sioux City, Iowa over the weekend to see where his truck was found, the neighborhood it was in, and hopes that her mother's intuition leads to more clues.
She tells KVOA (http://bit.ly/v1EKIU) that as she flew into Tucson, she got emotional looking at how massive the area is and wondering what happened to her son.
Information from: KVOA-TV, http://www.kvoa.com/