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    MD - Robin Lee Pope, 51, Kent Island Estates community in Stevensville, 1 Mar 2013

    http://www.capitalgazette.com/news/f...ac43f117c.html

    Queen Anne’s County sheriff’s deputies are searching for a woman who disappeared from Kent Island Friday night or early Saturday morning.
    Robin Lee Pope is a 51-year-old white woman from Chester who was reported missing at 2 a.m. on Saturday.
    Pope was last seen on Friday night at about 11 p.m. in her vehicle on Beech Drive in the Kent Island Estates community in Stevensville. She had her Great Dane dog with her at the time.
    Pope’s purse and cell phone were later found in the vehicle and her dog was found dead by people walking on the beach on Saturday afternoon.
    At that time, deputies considered Pope was a “critical missing person” and ramped up their search efforts. Natural Resources Police officers and the Coast Guard are assisting in the search.
    Anyone with information that may help in finding Pope should contact the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff at 410-758-0770.

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    Oh my goodness, how horrible. With her dog being killed, this does not sound good at all. I wonder how the poor Great Dane was killed. It could determine if the dog seemed to,know the perp,or not
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    Search For Missing Queen Anne’s County Woman Underway

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    March 3, 2013 by Maryland State Police

    State troopers and sheriff’s deputies are continuing their investigation into the suspicious disappearance of a Queen Anne’s County woman who has been missing for the past two days.The woman is identified as Robin L. Pope, 51, of Stevensville, Md. She is described as a white female, 5’4”, 105 lbs., with brown hair. Until December 2012, Pope had been residing with her husband, Wayne A. Pope Jr., in the 100-block of Beach Road, Stevensville. The couple separated in December and Robin Pope had been staying at a residence owned by a female friend on Kent Island.

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    snipped...Wayne Pope, Robin’s husband, reported her missing Saturday. He told police that Robin had come home to remove some belongings. After she arrived, he left the home. When he returned early Saturday morning, her car was still in the driveway but she wasn’t there and his dog was also missing.

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    Police Search For Missing Woman

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    March 3, 2013 8:52 AM

    STEVENSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Queen Anne’s County and Maryland State Police are searching for a missing woman.

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    Md. State Police to Search Bay for Missing Woman

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    Sunday, Mar 3, 2013 | Updated 9:07 AM EST

    A Maryland State Police dive team is planning to search the Chesapeake Bay Sunday for a missing Queen Anne County woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarabull View Post
    Police Search For Missing Woman
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    snipped...Wayne Pope, Robin’s husband, reported her missing Saturday. He told police that Robin had come home to remove some belongings. After she arrived, he left the home. When he returned early Saturday morning, her car was still in the driveway but she wasn’t there and his dog was also missing.

    http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/0...missing-woman/
    Do they read this from a script or something?
    Is there a book out there- What to say when your wife goes missing?

    when does it all end?


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    Sure sounds hinky and personal that the dog was killed. Not to mention another separated couple.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coldpizza View Post
    Sure sounds hinky and personal that the dog was killed. Not to mention another separated couple.
    Exactly! And she came to remove some of her things?

    Im sorry!

    So sad!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tarabull View Post
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    snipped...[I]Wayne Pope, Robin’s husband, reported her missing Saturday. He told police that Robin had come home to remove some belongings. After she arrived, he left the home. When he returned early Saturday morning, her car was still in the driveway but she wasn’t there and his dog was also missing. [/I]

    http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/0...missing-woman/


    How could her car be there when....

    Pope’s purse and cell phone were later found in the vehicle and her dog was found dead by people walking on the beach on Saturday afternoon


    Oh and its HIS dog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eileen730 View Post
    Do they read this from a script or something?
    Is there a book out there- What to say when your wife goes missing?

    when does it all end?
    Oy

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    http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/0...missing-woman/

    The dog was found dead near the pier; there was obvious trauma to the dog’s upper torso.

    Divers will be searching the Chesapeake Bay Sunday near where the dog was found.

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    Multiple Jurisdictions Searching For Missing Woman
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    snipped......Shortly after 2:00 a.m. on March 2, 2013, the Queen Anne’s County Emergency Operations Center received a call from Wayne Pope, who reported suspicious circumstances involving his wife.

    ...The dog’s body has been taken to the Queen Anne’s County Humane Society pending further investigation.

    ...On the evening of March 2, 2013, the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office contacted the Maryland State Police Criminal Investigation Bureau and requested troopers take the lead in this investigation.


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    It would be interesting to look out for people with dog bites or scratches, as well as checking dog for clothing fibers, human dna, etc. A family dog will very often go after an aggressor, even if that person is known to them.

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    a few more details...

    snipped...Until December 2012, Pope had been residing with her husband, Wayne A. Pope Jr., in the 100-block of Beach Road, Stevensville. The couple separated in December and Robin Pope had been staying at a residence owned by a female friend on Kent Island.

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    Search continues for missing Kent Island woman

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    Posted: Sunday, March 3, 2013 12:23 am |
    Updated: 11:08 am, Sun Mar 3, 2013.
    by Pamela Wood

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    The Maryland State Police have taken over the investigation from the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office, though deputies are still assisting in the case. The Natural Resources Police also are assisting.

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    She and WP haven't been married that long. They were married in August of 2010. Prior to that, she was married and had somewhat of a rocky divorce it seems (mostly due to child support), but all of that was cleared up by 2001. I found a few records for WP, but it was for a lawsuit and his divorce a couple of years ago.

    Seems to me if the dog died from blunt force it had to be something like a baseball bat or vehicle. That's a HUGE dog.
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    Trauma to the dog could be from a gun.
    I hate to say it, but if she did take the dog, could she have killed him? And then perhaps herself? Or were they in dispute over who could keep the dog?
    Just my opinion, of course.

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    What guy leaves his soon to be ex in their house alone (the point being the lack of trust) and goes out? Should be interesting how his alibi checks out for that time period. Looking at mapquest I see there is only a half dozen homes on Beach Road. I doubt where the dog's body was found was where he was initially struck,reason being he was a huge dog and was injured I think he would have ran. Blood trail if any would show that. Also those homes are wide open there and I'm wondering ,as this is early in the case, if anybody heard anything(yelling, dog barking,etc).
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    Any locals know if they are processing the husbands home?

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    fb for the Queen Anne Sheriff with the usual speculation and rumor comments but might be useful

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Queen-...f/272285886206

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    Dog's body supposedly found under the pier and the Sheriff has a last sighting (by the husband's account) at 11:00-11:30pm of the missing woman. Which I guess is when he says he left her in the house to return and call PD @2am.

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    Beautiful lady.

    My immediate thought was that maybe she killed the dog then killed herself (like Mindy McCready recently did) but her body hasn't been found yet.

    Or that someone took/harmed her & had to kill the dog in the process because it was protecting its mama & was a huge dog. If so, that's awful....I always think that if I was a single lady, I'd acquire a huge dog for protection. I love dogs, but have small ones. I heard someone say once a loyal, big dog is the best protection a woman can have because your own dog can't be turned on you, say the way your own gun might be used against you. (I'd have both.)
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