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Police in Lonoke County searching for popular radio host

LONOKE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – Police in Lonoke County are searching for a popular radio host who never showed up for work Friday morning.

Police say around 10:30 Friday morning, the sheriff's office received a report of a possible missing man names, Willard E Moran III, also known as DC on the radio show "Heather & DC" on Alice 107.7 in Little Rock.

Family members say his car is still at his home in Cabot, and police say there is no sign of forced entry or signs of a struggle. Police also searched a wooded area around his house.

Interviews are being conducted with family and friends.

Police are asking anyone with information on Moran's whereabouts to contact the Lonoke County Sheriff's Department at 501-676-3000.

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