This case has always repulsed and saddened me...might not be the right forum for it but here it is. Vital Statistics at Time of DisappearanceMissing Since: September 21, 1998 from Tempe, Arizona Classification: Endangered Missing Date Of Birth: September 16, 1949 Age: 49 years old Height and Weight: 5'4, 145 pounds Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown hair, hazel eyes. Cookie has a surgical scar on her knee. Her ears are pierced. Clothing Description: A knee-length blue denim nightshirt, a gold wedding band and a gold necklace with a Hebrew love symbol-shaped pendant. Details of DisappearanceCookie was last seen during the evening hours of September 21, 1998 inside her residence in Tempe, Arizona. She has never been heard from again. All of her personal belongings were located inside of her home. Authorities believe Cookie's then-fifteen-year-old son, Aaron Jacobson, murdered his mother that night and was assisted in the disposal of his mother's remains by his thirteen-year-old sister, Laura. Investigators think that Cookie's children placed her body in a trash can behind their house in the Butterfield Station Landfill south of Phoenix, Arizona. An extensive, two-month-long search of the Butterfield Station Landfill was conducted, but no evidence was located. Blood was, however, found in a trash container outside Cookie's home. Cookie's children have never been charged in connection with her presumed murder. Ten days after her disappearance, Aaron confessed that he had found her dead in bed and Laura helped him dispose of her body. One of Aaron's friend stated that Aaron and Laura had wanted to kill their mother. In addition, Aaron failed a polygraph about his mother's disappearance. Aaron was arrested for second-degree murder and Laura for facilitation to commit second-degree murder, but the lack of other evidence forced investigators to let them go within hours and continue working the case. Aaron and Laura, who still live with their father in the same home Cookie lived in, remain the prime suspects in her presumed homicide. Authorities believe Cookie's body is in the Butterfield Station Landfill, even though they did not find it there. Investigators announced that they received a tip vital to the case in May 2003, but they did not release any details about what they had been told. Cookie's case remains unsolved.