Friends and family haven't heard from the former KIRO late night talk host, since April 13, although a Dept. of Corrections spokesman told Blatherwatch that Webb called in to his Community Custody officer on April 30.
The house on the northern slope of Queen Anne Hill was vandalized; neighbors said transients have been in and out.
There was no blood or signs of a fight; but "his personal stuff was scattered all over the place," according to a family member.
With no evidence to the contrary, Seattle Police are still treating this as a missing persons case.
What's not missing is what scares his family: no personal effects, they say, are gone: his Lexus, "his baby" was left on the street until it was impounded by police.
The leather jacket he always wore was on the floor; suitcase, toiletries, clothing, all seemed to be in the house indicating, perhaps, an unplanned exit.
Webb, 51, who was convicted in February of insurance fraud had his 30-day jail term converted to 240 hours of community service to be completed by Aug 2. He has a hearing date with Judge Julie Spector to report to on his completion of the service.
Webb has been suffering a decline in mental and physical health for the past couple of years, according to sources.
If you have any information, or have seen Mike- please contact Seattle Police Detective Tina Drain at 206)684-5582.