Alice 107.7 DJ DC McGhee issues statement | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Alice 107.7 DJ DC McGhee issues statement

Posted By on Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 11:54 AM

A short statement from Alice 107.7 morning show host DC McGhee (whose real name is Willard Moran), was posted on the Alice 107.7 Facebook page last night. Moran was reported missing last Friday morning after he didn't come to work, sparking a wide search around his house and much fretting by fans of the popular show. He was later found sleeping in his own attic. He hasn't appeared on the morning show since.

The message:

"To my family, my friends and fans of Alice 107.7. After the events of last Friday, I have decided to seek treatment for certain personal and medical issues that I have been dealing with for some time. While I regret being away from the show during this time, I look forward to getting back to work in the near future. I appreciate your support during this difficult time.
Much Love, DC"

The message reminds us of another beloved local radio personality who has been through his own share of troubles of late.

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