Walter S. Scheib III
TAOS – The New Mexico State Police is actively engaged in and monitoring a coordinated search and rescue mission for missing person Walter S. Scheib III.
This mission is ongoing and involves numerous agencies and resources.
Scheib reportedly went hiking Saturday, June 13 near Taos. He was the White House executive chef from 1994 until 2005 and had recently moved to the area. When Scheib did not return home, a family member reported him missing June 16 to the Taos Police Department.
Scheib’s vehicle was discovered Tuesday, June 16, in a parking area
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Los Alamos Police Officers wrap things up after a distraught man is talked out of his apartment and transported to LAMC. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Los Alamos Deputy Police Chief Jason Wardlow Herrera, left, with officers leaving the scene late this afternoon at Caballo Peak Apartments. Photo by Carol
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