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  1. #1
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    Jun 2005
    On the Third Coast

    KY - Pat Hubbard, 53, Louisville, Feb 2008

    From http://www.wlky.com/news/15302263/detail.html

    14 Feb 08

    Metro Police are searching for a 53-year-old Louisville woman who has been missing since Saturday.

    Pat Hubbard's family is worried she might be in danger.

    She was last seen some time Saturday near her home off of Dixie Highway.

    Metro Police homicide detectives said they have spoken to Hubbard's husband as part of their investigation. They confirm she had a domestic violence order out against him that required no unlawful contact.

    However, they are not naming him as a suspect because they don't yet have proof a crime happened.

    Pat Hubbard is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds.

    She was last seen wearing jeans and a pink sweater.

    If you have any information, you can call police on their anonymous tip line at 574-LMPD.

    more at link


    (Note: Bolding is mine. Hoppy)
    Last edited by summer_breeze; 03-29-2010 at 02:59 PM.

  2. #2
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    Sep 2005

    Still MIssing


    Several Domestic Violence orders out against husband--last to see her alive!!!!

  3. #3
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    Oct 2008

    Missing Woman's Husband Found Dead

    Missing Woman's Husband Found Dead

    POSTED: 3:35 pm EDT May 27, 2008
    UPDATED: 4:01 pm EDT May 27, 2008

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Louisville Metro police are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose wife has been missing for several months.

    Investigators discovered the body of 44-year-old Bradley Hubbard Jr. in the 4400 block of Lees Lane Tuesday morning.

    The coroner said the cause of Hubbard's death is still pending.

    Homicide detectives wouldn't comment on Hubbard's death.

    Hubbard's wife, Pat, disappeared from their Dixie Highway home in February. Police believe she is dead, but haven't found her body.


  4. #4
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    Dec 2008
    Penn's woods
    I went back to look at this case because I was born and raised in Louisville KY. If you look at a map, Pat Hubbard lived (in one of the articles) on Dunkirk Ln.

    Dunkirk Ln is in what is called the Valley Station area, in fact it's closer to Kosmosdale than Valley Station.

    I do not think he would have gone in that direction to dispose of her but it's very well possible, in that, it's not a very populated area.

    I would think if he killed her at their home, he would have left his neighborhood via Watson Lane and traveled towards Lower River Rd. There is some open area there he could have put her. Or he could have dumped her in the river. But there would have been a better chance for her to turn up.

    Now if we look at her husband's death, he was found in the 4400 Block of Lees lane. I wonder what he was doing there? Was he found in a home or was he laying out in one of the fields past that block of Lees lane as it heads down towards the river?

    I did a street view of Lees Lane, and being familiar with Louisville (even though I haven't lived there in over 16 years) this area is not one that you go into if you dont' belong there. You would be noticed almost immediately. It's not just somewhere you would drive to in a meandering fashion. She would not be located there, I don't believe because it's quite a drive from Valley Station to Lees Lane.

    As for where they lived, we lived out there when I was a young kid, in fact just a few blocks over. That too is a closed kind of neighborhood, but you could move in and out without drawing too much attention to yourself. Lower income working class families.
    Last edited by Kat; 01-16-2009 at 01:00 PM. Reason: Changed a d to a G...darn spelling
    "Three things in human life are important: The first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind." ~ Henry James

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  6. #6
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    Dec 2008
    Penn's woods

    Updated: Apr 06, 2012 6:17 PM

    He told us, the whole situation is just sad, "We have no closure and we don't have the ability to say, this is what happened."

    Again, the family is certain someone in the area knows what happened to their mom.

    They ask anyone with information to call the anonymous police tip line 574-LMPD to provide them some peace and Patricia Hubbard a proper goodbye.
    (He= her son speaking to media)

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