Dr Chaundre Cross: Missing doc’s wife filed for divorce on SAME DAY he went out on boat and didn’t return


COLLIER COUNTY, FLORIDA: County records show that the day Florida radiation oncologist Dr Chaundre Cross went missing, his wife filed for divorce — a fact that is bound to raise some suspicions. Dr Cross has reportedly not been seen since August 10 after he left the Naples Bay Resort & Marina on his 34 ft Crownline, the ‘Vitamin Sea,’ the US Coast Guard Southeast shared in a tweet.

According to the release by Collier County Sheriff’s Office, the missing man is described as a “5 feet 11 inches tall and 150 pounds with a bald head and brown eyes.” He was last seen wearing a purple shirt and black pants. “Please contact CCSO at 239-252-9300 if you have any information on this missing person,” said the statement from the Sherrif’s Office.

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Interestingly, August 10 was also the day when Cross’ wife SarahJo Cross reportedly applied in Collier County to get a divorce from him. Meanwhile, in an update, the US Coast Guard Southeast on August 11 tweeted that “The vessel ‘Vitamin Sea’ has been located offshore between Sanibel Island and Naples, FL- but not Dr. Cross. Coast Guard crews from Ft. Myers Beach, Cutter Crocodile & Air Station Clearwater continue to search for a person in the water.”

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But on August 15, authorities noted that the search operation had ended after looking through “approx 13,100 sq mil over 100 hrs.” In a statement, Capt. Michael Kahle, commander of Sector St. Petersburg, said, “It is always a difficult decision to suspend a search and rescue case. Our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to the family and friends of Dr. Cross during this difficult time.”

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Cross’ stepmother, Kathy Cady, expressed her gratitude towards the authorities while sharing about the grief her family is experiencing. She wrote on Facebook: “THANKS TO THE US COAST GUARD, COLLIER COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT, AND NAPLES,” before continuing, “The unexpected loss of a family member leaves an indescribable void. Such a loss occurred to our family on Wednesday 8/10/2022 when Chaundre Cross went out on his boat and did not return. His family and close friends mobilized a multi-focused effort in conjunction with the US Coast Guard, Collier County Sheriff Department, and a fleet of private boats from the Naples area searching diligently to locate Chaundre and his boat. The boat was found by the Coast Guard, but Chaundre has not been found.”

Cady added, “We fully support the continued investigation by the Collier County Sheriff Missing Person Department (Case ##22-296257). The promptness of the Collier County Sheriff Department in recording and issuing the missing person report reflects a superior police-force protecting Naples. Thank you. We appreciate Chaundre’s friends and the citizens of Naples who unselfishly gave their time and boats in the search for him. This reminds us why Naples is a great place to live. During this time of grief, please offer prayers of support and respectful privacy for our family. Although we now have a void, it will be filled with love, positivity, hope, patience, prayer, and through the Grace of God comfort.”

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The devastated mother’s post has attracted a lot of support from people on the web as a person wrote: “My heart aches for you and your family. I will pray for comfort and peace for the family.” Another one said, “So very sorry for your shocking loss. Prayers of comfort for you and his family sent up.” “God bless you Chaundre for all that you have done for so many. May your journey be peaceful. You are a very nice man!” the third one commented.

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