Jason Landry, a first year student at Texas State University in San Marcos had just finished his final exams before the Christmas break. On December 13, 2020, at approximately 10:55 pm Jason left his apartment in San Marcos with the intent to travel to his parents home in Missouri City Texas. At approximately 11:24 pm Jason entered the City of Luling on Highway 80. Upon reaching the intersection of Highway 80 (N. Magnolia) between Fannin and Austin St Jason quite using the Waze app, and started using Snapchat. His digital foot print stopped near East Austin Street.
On December 14, at around 12:31 am, Jason's wrecked vehicle was found abandoned around the 2300 block of Salt Flat Road, just outside of Luling. The lights were on, the keys were in the ignition and the passenger side door was locked. It was a single-vehicle collision.
There was approximately 67 minutes of time unaccounted for. The window between the last data footprint from Jason and the discovery of the vehicle.
Law enforcement responded to the crash scene and found Jason's backpack, ball cap, toiletries and a tumbler with a dead fish strewn on the road about 900 feet away from the crash sit.
Later the same morning, Jason's father went to the scene and found additional items of clothing, to include his son's shirt, socks underwear, sandals and a wristwatch on the roadway about 900 feet from the crash site
PM Investigations has partnered with the Caldwell County Sheriff's to attempt to locate Jason. Anyone with information about Jason's disappearance can call the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office at (512) 398-6777 or call PM Investigations on a special anonymous tip line at (726) 777-1359.