By plane, on foot, and in the waters of the Yellow Medicine River, volunteers have spent weeks looking for the Minnesota teen. So far, they've had no luck. As for Brian Swanson, he appreciates the volunteers that have been helping look for Brandon. Some volunteers are complete strangers. He said, "They just heard about it and they just have to come and help. I've got people from South Dakota that show up every weekend ready to go and I have never met them before this." Brian is hoping that the support won't stop until Brandon comes back home. KSFY.com
TexasEquuSearch has been requested to come to Minnesota by the Sheriff Jack Vizecky of Lincoln County to assist in the search. At the present time, Gary Peterson, who is a member of the group, is in Minnesota assessing the past efforts and working with the local authorities in determining what resources need to be brought in. The Search for Brandon.
We will be taking a break from searching the next two weekends to allow our volunteers time with family and friends, time for themselves, and time to rest and relax. Our family will be doing the same as we take time to celebrate our independence and Jamine's graduation from high school. Thank you to each and every one of you. Through this terrible tragedy we have been embraced by much love, support, caring and selflessness.
Peace be with you - Brian, Annette & Jamine