Fredrick Joseph Boehm

23-year-old Fredrick Joseph Boehm was last seen in Marshall, Texas on January 25, 2001. He vanished after leaving his friend’s house following an unknown phone call.


Fredrick Joseph Boehm was born on April 2, 1977 in Marshall, Texas, where he grew up. He was an outdoorsman who loved to hunt and fish.

At the time of his disappearance, Boehm was temporarily residing with his family on Victory Drive in Marshall, Texas, at the home of his best friend Coley Briggs. He was childless and unmarried, but had a girlfriend.

According to his family, Boehm experienced blackouts and was taking antidepressants.


Fredrick Joseph Boehm was last seen on January 25, 2001 at the home of a friend in Marshall, Texas. His friend’s family, including his friend’s girlfriend, their children, and his visiting mother, were all present.

Boehm was dressed and ready for bed that evening when he received an unexpected phone call between 11 p.m. and midnight from an unidentified caller on his home phone.

After the phone call, Boehm changed his clothes and departed on foot, heading west along Victory Drive toward downtown Marshall. On his way out, he informed his friend’s girlfriend who was standing on the porch that he would return the following morning.

Fredrick Joseph Boehm never returned to his home and has not been seen or heard from since.

When she learned that Boehm had been missing for over a week, his sister, Jolene Oney, filed a missing person’s report with the Marshall Police Department on February 3, 2001.


Boehm had no means of transportation at the time of his disappearance, as his truck had been involved in an accident shortly before he vanished.

Two individuals reported seeing a man matching Boehm’s description walking around Marshall shortly after his disappearance, but these sightings have never been confirmed.

Authorities believe Fredrick Boehm’s disappearance was drug-related and suspect foul play.


The circumstances of Fredrick Joseph Boehm’s disappearance remain unclear and his case is currently classified as missing. His case remains unsolved.

Investigating Agency

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Fredrick Joseph Boehm please contact the Marshall Police Department at (903) 935-4546 or the Texas Attorney General Cold Case and Missing Persons Unit at (512) 936-0752.

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