Popular morning DJ DC McGhee reported missing | Arkansas Blog

Friday, December 7, 2012

Popular morning DJ DC McGhee reported missing

Posted By on Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 2:22 PM

McGhee, from the Alice 107.7 Facebook page
  • McGhee, from the Alice 107.7 Facebook page
Alice 107.7 morning show DJ Eugene "DC" McGhee of the "Heather and D.C. in the Morning" show has been reported missing after failing to show up for work this morning.

Family members reportedly became concerned, and went to McGhee's house. His car was found there, but he was nowhere to be found. The Lonoke County Sheriff's Office is investigating the disappearance as a missing person's case, and is reportedly searching woods near McGhee's home in Cabot. A post on the Alice 107.7 Facebook page says the station doesn't know anything more than the media right now, and asks listeners for prayers.

Here's a 2004 story we did on McGhee when he and his partner Heather Brown won our Best of Arkansas Poll for Best Radio Personalities.

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