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Hatboro Man Found

The Kessock family was en route to Baltimore Tuesday afternoon to pick up Dennis Kessock Jr. following the Hatboro man's disappearance this weekend.

The family of a Hatboro man who police said late Saturday night, had connected with him about 1 p.m. Tuesday and by 3:30 p.m., were on the road to Baltimore to pick him up.

Dennis Kessock Jr., 30, of Broad Street in Hatboro, wrote "im sorry" on his facebook page around noon Tuesday. An hour later, his family had spoken to him, according to Kessock's younger brother, Patrick.

In a text message to Hatboro-Horsham Patch Tuesday, Patrick Kessock wrote: "Dennis has been found thanks to all of the help and support from Patch.com, readers, family, friends, and police officers that worked their hardest to bring him home. We truly could not have done it without you all. You are all heroes."

Police had said Dennis Kessock left the home he shared with his wife and 3-year-old son Saturday night following a discussion of "relationship issues." The family became alarmed when he did not return home Sunday afternoon from his job at the  in Horsham to care for his son. 

Concerned Resident July 13, 2011 at 10:09 AM
So he took off from the home b/c of conflict with his wife & is completely fine? Was gone for a couple days & doing what in Baltimore? After these multiple news articles, police involvement, etc, this is the only update that is being given? Is he aware of all of this with a simple "I'm sorry"?
Concerned Resident July 18, 2011 at 06:48 AM
The family CHOSE to make this public & got us, as the concerned citizens of this area involved & also got our tax dollars involved via police involvement. What did he spend all that $ on? Drugs? Who does that to their family? If it was only a problem with his wife, why would he not call ANYONE in this family that says they are in close contact with him? This story was never covered fully from the beginning & got REPEAT press when there are obviously MORE important issues going on. I hope that the wife & child get the support they need.
James Boyle (Editor) July 18, 2011 at 11:05 AM
One of the comments was deleted because foul language was used repeatedly, which violates the Patch comment policy. The second comment was deleted because it referenced the other deleted comment.
Suzie Q July 23, 2011 at 04:04 PM
Thank the Lord he was found...as for all u others that commented....u make me sick, its none of your business why he was missing or what happened ..just that he was found and is now safe. I'm pretty sure none of you demanding to know more about this situation did anything to help find this man, so this family owes you nothing.
Patrick July 28, 2011 at 08:23 PM
This story wasn't "covered" because it wasn't meant to be a story. It was meant to be a bulletin to help try and find a missing person. This article was to let concerned citizens like yourself know that the search was over, so they would no longer have to be involved. People questioning what happened was a necessary outcome of what had to be done to post the articles. And there were more important issues going on? Like what, whether or not there would be a runway in Horsham? I apologize if this caused an interruption to your daily news, but I have always been under the impression that a situation in which somebody's life may be at risk is of the utmost importance. As for your questions, he did not "spend all that $" on anything. He did not do anything to hurt his wife or child, and it is sickening that people make the assumption that he took all of their money and went on a bender. These matters are being kept private, because they are not the business of anyone else, but if you must know, the truth is that there is a pending investigation in Baltimore into his robbery and kidnapping, and the theft of his car. I would really hope that people could stop making assumptions and accusations about this whole thing. Dennis and his family are alive, safe, and doing okay, and that is all that should matter.

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