Trey Noah, 20, disappeared in November from his parents home in Kendalia, Texas, near San Antonio. Authorities are once again asking for the public’s help in finding Noah.
The Kendall County sheriff’s office and Crime Stoppers said Noah vanished on Nov. 29 without a clue left behind.
Authorities describe him as a 20-year-old white male, blond hair, blue eyes, 6 foot 2 inches tall and about 230 pounds. He is pictured at the left in a 2007 Blanco High School photo.
Police are asking anyone who may have information to call the Kendall County Sheriff’s at (830) 331-8836. Or, to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward up to $2,000, call Crime Stoppers at 1-866-756-8477 or on line at www.hcacrimestoppers.com. Tips can also be texted to CRIMES(274637) with tip218 at the beginning of message.
UPDATE: In Nov 2009, Trey Noah went missing. His remains were found 5 months later. Shelby C. Moore and Brandon L. Harber were arrested and murder charges were filed. Those charges were dropped in March 2014 due to legal issues involving their Miranda rights. Harber was reindicted in 2014 for evidence tampering, tried, and found guilty in 2015. Jurors at his trial sentenced him to 10 years probation. The judge included 180 days in jail as a condition of probation. In Oct 2015, Moore was sentenced to 9 years but only for tampering with the body (hiding it) under a plea deal struck back in August. It is unclear who really killed Trey Noah.
An affidavit by Gillespie County Sheriff’s Deputy Brian Pehl quoted Moore as saying in a June 10, 2010 interview that Harber argued with Noah and shot him at Moore’s home in Kendall County, Texas. “Moore told me that neither he nor Harber sought any medical care for Noah after the shooting,” and that the two used Moore’s pickup to dump the body, Pehl said in the affidavit. Conflicting information appeared in the papers too as both defendants pointed to each other.