‘1923’ Actor Cole Brings Plenty Found Dead

‘1923’ Actor Cole Brings Plenty Found Dead

Cole Brings Plenty, an actor on the television series “1923,” was found dead Friday in Kansas after his family reported him missing earlier in the week, officials said.

Johnson County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that his deputies found Mr. Brings Plenty, 27, in a wooded area in Johnson County, which borders the Missouri River.

Deputies were responding to a report of an unoccupied vehicle and found him dead in a remote area, the release states. The office did not provide a cause of death.

Mr. Brings Plenty, who identified himself as Mnicoujou Lakota on Instagram, played Pete Plenty Clouds, a Native American shepherd, on the TV show “1923,” a prequel to “Yellowstone.” The show depicts the abuse of Native American children at government-established or government-supported boarding schools.

In May 2023, Mr. Brings Plenty and his uncle Mo Brings Plenty visited the Senate Indian Affairs Committee in Washington to discuss about boarding schools And other issues affecting Native Americans.

Mr. Brings Plenty’s acting credits also include the Western television shows “Into the Wild Frontier” and “The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger,” according to IMDb, the entertainment database. He was a student at Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kan.

Mr. Brings Plenty’s father, Joe Brings Plenty Sr., confirmed his son’s death in a report shared by a family spokesperson, Michelle Shining Elk.

“We also want to thank everyone who came walking alongside us as we searched for my son and provided us with the resources we needed to expand our search areas,” Mr. Brings Plenty Sr. said in the release.

Mo Brings Plenty shared that of a missing person poster on social media, saying her nephew went missing on March 31 and missed a meeting with his agent, which was “unusual.”

The poster stated that Mr. Brings Plenty was last seen in Lawrence, Kan.

Laurent Police Department said in a statement that she submitted an affidavit for the arrest of Mr. Brings Plenty after police identified him as a suspect in a domestic violence case that occurred on the morning of March 31.

Police said officers responded to a woman screaming for help at a Lawrence apartment and the suspect fled before officers arrived.

“This incident involves allegations of domestic violence, which limits the amount of information we can share to protect the victim,” the statement said.

Police said Mr Brings Plenty’s family contacted them, expressed concern and reported him as a missing person. Mr. Brings Plenty was found about 28 miles southeast of Lawrence.

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