MILO – It’s almost been two weeks since Cevonte Johnson has gone missing out of Milo.
“I worry about him every single day, every single day. I wake and worry about him,” Johnson’s mother, Shemekia Robshaw, said.
Cevonte Johnson has been missing out of Milo since Sunday, December 29th.
His mother, the Milo Police Department and his friends or family haven’t seen him since.
Johnson’s mother said when she last saw him that fateful morning, everything seemed fine and normal. She never expected anything like this to happen.
“I just don’t know what to do, I feel helpless. I just feel so helpless as far as finding and knowing where he is, my heart is broken, he is my firstborn child,” she said.
Robshaw said ever since Johnson was diagnosed with schizophrenia she had been working with him to manage it and still live a normal life.
She said that maybe his disappearance is tied in directly with his mental health.
“To have him missing and no one knows or seen anything is very strange to me. Cevonte wouldn’t purposely do anything to hurt anyone or offend anyone. He has a lot mental struggles right now but he’s still a good person,” Robshaw said.
Johnson’s mother said ever since he was a young child he was always a light-hearted and funny person.
“He has a good heart, he’s a good person, loves sports, loves his friends, loves his family. He’s always trying to make someone laugh, type of silly, type of kid, always fun to be around,” Robshaw said.
Robshaw said she and her family have been going through a tough time trying to stay strong and not fear the worst while they continue to search for him.
“They’re devastated. They don’t know what to think. They’re afraid, they’re worried, they’re scared. I’m in shock, I’m angry I’m sad, I’m disappointed, furious lost, confused,” Robshaw said.
Anyone with information in regards to Johnson’s location, please call the Piscataquis County Sheriff’s Office at (207) 564-3304.