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Yellowstone Actor’s Nephew Missing After Alleged Domestic Violence Incident

Yellowstone star Mo Brings Plenty and loved ones are searching for his nephew… who is wanted by the police!

On Tuesday, the 54-year-old actor took to Instagram to post a missing person’s flyer, begging everyone to keep an eye out for Cole Brings Plenty. The family became concerned when his nephew “missed an appointment with his agent for a TV show, which is uncharacteristic for him.” The flyer further noted he was last seen leaving Lawrence, Kansas, in a 2005 white Ford Explorer on March 31 and had his cell phone turned off. See the post (below):

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Soon afterward, several of his co-stars hopped on Instagram to ask everyone to share any information they may have with the police about Cole’s whereabouts, including Cole Hauser, Michelle Randolph, Kelsey Asbille, Brandon Sklenar, and Amina Nieves. The sentiment was also by Cole’s father, Joseph Brings Plenty Sr., who posted about his son’s sudden disappearance on Facebook on Monday. He wrote:

“If anyone knows where my son Cole Brings Plenty is please tell him to call me. His family is very worried about him.. Last seen early morning hours on Easter morning.. He hasnt messaged me or called me back, I have some of our family and friends in the area looking for him. He drives a white Ford Explorer, last seen leaving out of Lawrence Kansas South on 59. Love you son, just reach out to me, messaging you on your phone.”

But here is where things get odd…

Police later announced they “submitted an affidavit to the District Attorney” for his arrest following a domestic dispute! In a post on Facebook Tuesday, the Lawrence Police Department announced he is a suspect in a domestic violence incident that happened on Sunday morning at an apartment in the city. Law enforcement said they responded to reports about a female screaming for help. However, before officers could arrive at the scene, Cole fled the apartment and left the city “immediately after the incident.” No further details about what happened in incident have been released. Since then, though, police noted his family has reported him missing:

“This incident involves allegations of domestic violence, which limits the amount of information we can share to protect the victim. No further details will be provided. Brings Plenty’s family has contacted officers, expressed concern, and reported him as a missing person. Brings Plenty was last known to be driving the 2005 Ford Explorer bearing Kansas license plate 368PXB pictured below.”

It sounds like Cole is really just on the run right now…

Police are asking if anyone sees Cole or his vehicle to call 911 or make an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers of Lawrence and Douglas County at (785)843-8477. Reactions, Perezcious readers? Let us know in the comments below.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, help is available. Consider calling the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 800-799-7233, or text START to 88788, or go to

[Image via Lawrence Kansas Police Department/Facebook, Yellowstone/YouTube]

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