By Adry Torres For Dailymail.com
Published: 21:00 BST, 7 October 2020 | Updated: 21:00 BST, 7 October 2020
A Florida family has reached out to government officials in Mexico in hopes of finding a missing U.S. Army soldier who was last seen more than two months ago.
Pvt. Richard Halliday, has been missing since July 24 when he was last seen by soldiers at the Fort Bliss base in El Paso, Texas.
According to Stars and Stripes, the 21-year-old soldier had been reprimanded for violation by his unit, the 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command.
Missing U.S. Army soldier Pvt. Richard Halliday reportedly was seen in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, asking for money to buy food, according to his mother Patricia Halliday
Halliday started to run into problems with the Army following his return from Qatar, which included driving under the influence of alcohol despite being under the legal drinking age of 21.
'During the two days after Pvt. Halliday fled from his escorts on July 24, his unit actively searched on post, notified all access points to Fort Bliss, contacted emergency rooms at local hospitals, notified on-post and community law enforcement, and called phone