Yellowstone Star Mo Brings Plenty Asks People Not To “Jump To Conclusions” As Police Continue To Look For Missing Nephew

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Mo speaks again.

The other day, news broke from Cole Hauser, Yellowstone, 1923, and numerous other accounts that actor Cole Brings Plenty, the nephew of Yellowstone star Mo Brings Plenty, went missing on Easter Sunday. Of course, the initial pleas for help in locating him left out that Cole was a suspect in a domestic violence incident, and that he disappeared right before police arrived at a residence in Lawrence, Kansas, after a woman was heard screaming for help.

Police are still searching for the 1923 actor, as are Cole’s family, who have had no contact from him since Easter. According to police, traffic cameras showed him leaving the city, traveling southbound on 59 Highway in a white Ford Explorer. He also appears to have turned his phone off and isn’t responding to calls or texts from family members.

According to his father, they are forming a search party and looking for him south of Lawrence:

“Thanks to the LKPD, we covered a lot of ground today, getting some data from his phone, which leads south of Lawrence. His phone isn’t active but did give enough information to point us in the right direction, thanks to the detectives.

The information has led up to some video footage being recovered from a gas station in Baldwin Kansas which was at 3:12 am the night son disappeared.”

His uncle, Yellowstone star Mo Brings Plenty, shared the initial news that he was missing, and has now shared another plea with fans, thanking them for their help and support, but also asking them to reserve judgement:

“We want to extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone in the community who has contributed their time, resources, and support in helping us search for the missing person. Your efforts have not gone unnoticed, and we are truly thankful for your cooperation and dedication during this challenging time. Your assistance has been invaluable, and we appreciate the unity and compassion shown by all those involved in the search efforts.

Thank you for coming together as a community to aid in our mission to locate and bring the missing person home safely. Your collective efforts have made a meaningful impact, and we are grateful for your ongoing support.”

He also stated a few things that, in his mind, we do (or don’t) know for a fact, although I would argue that they’re all equally as speculative:

1. We don’t know–FOR A FACT–that Cole was involved in the incident that he is alleged to have been a part of.

2. We don’t know—FOR A FACT—that Cole was behind the wheel or in his 2005 Ford Explorer when cameras caught it leaving Lawrence, KS, on U.S. 59.

3. We know—FOR A FACT—that Cole would NOT go “on the run” in ANY SITUATION. It is not in his character, despite what people think or say. It isn’t worth it, and he would know that.

I mean… plenty of people do things “out of character” every day. Every time a heartbroken mother gets on the news she seems stunned that her little boy could’ve done such a thing. That’s not to say that Cole did, or didn’t do, anything wrong, but we have to treat the facts the same, right? What we DO know is that police are looking for Cole in relation to a domestic violence incident that happened on the night he went missing.

He added:

“It is important for everyone to refrain from making assumptions or speculating in any situation. Jumping to conclusions without verified information cannot only harm individuals’ reputations but also compromise the integrity of our ongoing investigations. Let us all commit to prioritizing facts and respecting due process, upholding the principles of fairness and justice for all involved.

Would you not want this if Cole were your son, brother, nephew, cousin — family? Let us prioritize facts, respect due process, and uphold the principles of fairness and justice for all involved.”

And Mo’s right… everyone is innocent until proven guilty, and at this point, we don’t even know any of the details surrounding the alleged domestic violence incident. The investigation and the search continue on, and until Cole is found and the evidence is presented, we can refrain from judgment.

Cole was featured in an episode of Yellowstone, and plays the role of Pete Plenty Clouds in the spinoff series 1923.

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