Last updated: 02/05/13 10:21 p.m.
Mike Grefner, 34, a well-known DJ in the popular ski resort town of Whistler, British Columbia, showed up at Garfinkel's nightclub around midnight. About an hour later, he took a taxi to the house of a female friend. He stayed about ten minutes, then left in a taxi (about 1:10 a.m.).
The woman's roommate told the media that Mike, who was drunk, had mentioned losing his wallet. The cab driver reported driving Mike around the village and back to Garfinkel's to pick up his jacket. Mike apparently did not pick up his jacket, but made two phone calls and one text message during this time.
At 1:58 a.m., the taxi driver dropped Mike off at his home and walked him to his door. Mike then called a female friend and talked for about 20 minutes. At 2:42, he tried to call a female friend, but there was no answer. He then made a series of calls between 4:02 and 5:15 a.m. (see the timeline), reaching one friend at 5 a.m. and speaking for about 10 minutes. She said he was in good spirits. It is unknown what Mike did or where he went after that.
Friends reported Mike Grefner missing on Wednesday, Jan. 18 when he did not show up for a shift at Whistler’s Maxx Fish nightclub, where he is a resident DJ, known as VS Zero.
Links: Find Mike Grefner; Facebook
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