Jacob Clark and Anthony Acosta Wiki – Biography
Jacob Clark, 24, and Anthony Acosta, 32, attended the Aftershock Music Festival at Discovery Park, which began on October 5 and lasted until October 8, but never returned. Clark’s mother, Shannon Jendrock, made a desperate plea on Facebook for help finding her son and asked people to contact her with any information they had. She said the couple had been friends for a long time and that her son’s bracelet had been scanned at the festival. She wrote: ‘My son attended the festival with a friend. His name is Jacob Clark-Jendrock. His friend’s name is Anthony Acosta. They drove from Southern California. ‘They have not returned and no one has heard from them since Saturday night. He drives a black 2003 Ford F150 with California plates. ‘His phones and those of his friends are dead. We live in Palm Springs, so I would have been driving from Sacramento back home. ‘I have filed a missing person report with Sacramento police but have not heard anything. If he has seen it or has any information, send me a message. She later added an update to the post and said that Acosta’s parents “have now filed a missing person report.” Jendrock also confirmed that the pair knew each other well and had worked together before in the comments section. She also said Clark’s bracelet had been scanned at the festival.
Jacob Clark, 24, and Anthony Acosta, 32, years old.
She told KCRA.com: ‘My biggest fear is that, you know, the worst case scenario is that I get a call saying he’s at the coroner’s office or something. “I was so excited, first kind of adult road trip with a friend, and to think that he turned into this is like my worst nightmare. “Still not having any information is really stressful and scary, and I’m just trying to stay positive and hope that he’s okay.” Clark is described as five feet 10 inches with blonde hair and blue eyes and Acosta as the same height with brown hair and blue eyes. Aftershock Festival producer Danny Wimmer Presents also told the network: “We are in contact with the families and local police regarding any information we have as they investigate these possible missing people.” California law does not require any waiting period before filing a missing person report. In 2022, the state reported 42,013 missing adults and 62,200 missing children. The state has the highest number of missing people in the US and currently, 2,133 are missing across California. Some of the common reasons people disappear are mental illness, lack of communication, misadventures, domestic violence, and being a victim of crime.