Authorities say 'Yellowstone' spinoff actor found dead.

Kansas City, Missouri  – Friday, Kansas authorities announced the body of an actor who had been missing since the beginning of a domestic violence inquiry; he had been in a television western spinoff.  

According to a statement from the Johnson County Sheriff's Office, deputies discovered the lifeless corpse of Cole Brings Plenty, 27, in a forested area. Despite the presence of crime scene investigators and the medical examiner, no information on the cause of death was disclosed.

A neighboring county had previously filed charges against Brings Plenty for aggravated burglary, domestic violence, and criminal restraint two days prior. The warrant for an arrest was issued.  

On Sunday, officers from the town of Lawrence came to an apartment where a woman was yelling for assistance. However, by the time they arrived, Brings Plenty had already departed.  

His agency, Peter Yanke of Phirgun Mair Worldwide, announced last week that he had missed an audition for a future film project that was supposed to take place on Monday morning via Zoom.  

"For their prayers and positive thoughts you sent for Cole," expressed Joe Brings Plenty, who is appreciative for everyone's support in a statement he released on Friday. It was during this week that Joe Brings Plenty Sr. discovered just how many people loved and recognized the kindness in Cole's heart.  

A precursor to the Paramount Network smash "Yellowstone," the Harrison Ford–starring Paramount+ series "1923" had Cole Brings Plenty in two episodes during its first season. Two other Westerns airing on INSP TV, "Into the Wild Frontier" and "The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger," featured him in minor roles not long ago.  

On "Yellowstone" and "1923," his uncle Mo Brings Plenty provides cultural advice on matters pertaining to Native Americans. According to the police, his nephew's family reported him missing after he shared a flier on Instagram detailing his absence.  

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