Recently, Max has had a few run-ins with the law:
March 19, 2012 - Charged with Interfering with an officer and possesion of a controlled substance - paid an $850 fine (in Bridgeport, CT)
June 3, 2012 - Charged with 5th degree Larceny and paid a $500 fine (in Fairfield, CT) Maxtone Hoagland, of Sandy Hook, Connecticut, was charged with larceny in the fifth degree for taking $647 worth of gum and condoms from Super Stop & Shop, 1160 Kings Highway Cut-off. After his Sunday afternoon arrest, Hoagland was released on a promise to appear in court on June 12.
August 15, 2013 - Charged with 3rd degree Trespassing and was released on an "unconditional discharge" (in Bridgeport, CT)
He plead "guilty" on all the items above.
Full name is Maxtone Hoagland
He was left sitting in a jail cell while his father went missing. Wouldn't the mother have bailed him out as Max was the last person to see Robert?
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Well, I have to say I found a link to the gum and condoms....
The age is wrong, to be Robert Hoagland's son, but the address sounds right.....
I wonder if the gum is nicorette? You know...the condoms and all...
Because the article is rather short, I only included the link....
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"Look, if any of us wanted to mind our own business, we wouldn't be here" (carbuff 8/11/13)
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This bee my opinion
"A load of white laundry was ultimately found in the washer, which contained a white t-shirt, possibly the one he had been wearing earlier that morning. The dryer contained a pair of khaki shorts, which could also have been those he wore earlier in the day."
I had already posted several posts, but it was on the "information" forum which is "victim friendly".....so this "discussion" forum is more suited by my info (the admin told me).....I'm new here, so I'm still working out the kinks.
"Max was the last person to see his father at the family home."
Now we have heard quotes from Max, but no direct quotes from HIM. Lori Hoagland, the wife of Robert, has been filtering all these "sightings".
She is the one who said "he purchased a map of the Eastern US" to possibly go hiking with Max.
Have the police confirmed this?
She said, he "played three games on online scrabble".
Was this from Max?
She said, "a neighbor stopped over to show Robert a new puppy."
But the neighbor hasn't confirmed this.
She texted Robert and called his cell phone several times before reporting him missing. My question is why didn't she call the house or call Max who was home?
She said Robert's phone was commonly dead and "couldn't hold a charge".... well, then why not call the home's land-line to reach Robert or possibly get Max on the phone to ask if Robert was on the way to the airport?
These are the things that no one has dug into.
Question: Why did the wife, Lori wait until August 24 before she created a Facebook Page to help search for Robert?
He was last seen on Sunday, July 28. She is a teacher and has the summer off. What DID she do to search for him other than call the police? I believe this is a fair question. She waited a month? Ask yourself what would you have done if your spouse went missing?
They created a dedicated Twitter account called @HelpFindHoagie on August 24. To date there have been 20 tweets, with just basic links to news articles.
They only have 19 followers. None of which are members of the immediate family.
On NamUs it states:
Under Circumstances, (Snipped):
"Robert was last seen at a gas station filling up his VW Gulf and purchasing a map of the Eastern half on the United States. Robert returned home."
From this article it states he was on video:
"That morning, he went to the Bagel Delight shop, then stopped at the Mobil gas station at 6:45 a.m. to buy a half-tank of gas."
"Station surveillance camera footage shows him in a white T-shirt, khaki shorts and his standard loafers. At the counter, he paid with a credit card."
Last edited by Treelights; 09-12-2013 at 11:27 PM. Reason: Adding Another Link to my Post.
Did this sighting take place?
A neighbor saw him in the yard between 10 and 11 a.m. and heard Max tell his father he was leaving for a few hours, Lori Hoagland said.
Once again, this is Lori's account of what happened. Has the media interviewed or the police interview this "neighbor"?
More on Lori "correcting" the police accounts.
The first reports from the Newtown Police Department indicated Robert was last seen at Newtown Mobil Station, but Lori has made sure local media have the updated information through a statement she wrote late last week. The details of the statement paint a nearly surreal picture.
Now remember she was out of the country, but now has the info on Robert's last sightings. She corrects the police accounts.
For those with missing loved ones, does this quote seem odd?
"We just need to know," she said. "We're hoping for the best, but we want some resolution and closure."
"I texted him a couple of times when I landed at JFK around 4:00 p.m., but never got a reply," she said in a statement.
At the time, Lori Hoagland was traveling home from a 17-day vacation in Turkey. She discovered her husband missing after he failed to pick her up at LaGuardia Airport the morning of July 29.
Two conflicting reports about the AIRPORT and the TIME OF DAY. Both accounts came directly from Lori. It isn't like the reporter got these items both wrong.