AZ AZ - Cookie Jacobson, 49, Tempe, 21 Sept 1998

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  1. lymom3

    lymom3 Active Member

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    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 Disappearance
    Missing 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.


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    Details of Disappearance
    Cookie 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.

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  3. bykerladi

    bykerladi New Member

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    Where was the father in all of this? I can't believe they can't charge these kids with SOMETHING. Luckily there is no statute of limatations on murder...
     
  4. Kat

    Kat Kind words do not cost much

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    Bump.

    This month will mark 12 years that Cookie has been missing.

    I searched the archives and found some very chilling and disturbing info in the articles.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?i...IBAJ&pg=2735,1406478&dq=cookie-jacobson&hl=en
    16 OCT 1998 (note: this is scanned off center, just move the page over to the left and you will see the highlighted area it's in yellow)

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?i...IBAJ&pg=6544,2492399&dq=cookie-jacobson&hl=en
    17 OCT 1998

    http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we...page=10&p_sort=YMD_date:D&s_trackval=GooglePM
    Just a snippet of an article, one sentence really, but I thought it was interesting enough to bring here. One of the LE officers was reprimanded for not submitting the missing persons paperwork for Cookie in a timely manner. It's a weird link, you have to scroll to bottom of page.
     
  5. Julessleuther

    Julessleuther New Member

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    Here is a more recent article about Cookie:

    http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2008/09/26/20080926tr-cookieanniv0927.html

    It is troubling to me that the son and daughter have lived in society the past 12 years, getting away with murdering their mother. It is also troublesome that noone knows where they are.

    For a boy to kill his own mother, he has to be a psychopath, which means he could kill again. I think the sister was an unwitting accomplice. JMO

    Off topic, it is interesting to me that someone out there would have her same name, which I thought would be more unique. When I googled her, I found a Cookie Jacobson working in PA.
     
  6. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Well-Known Member

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    Aaron and Laura are the sole suspects.

    "Missing woman's brother pleads for tips in 17-year-old case"

    http://www.kpho.com/story/30083254/missing-womans-brother-pleads-for-tips-in-17-year-old-case

     
  7. Lavender Moon

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    I wonder where the father was when Cookie disappeared. A competent interrogator should have been able to get a confession IMO.
     
  8. MagnoliaMountain

    MagnoliaMountain Red Rose

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    What a horrible case...I wonder what has become of the son and daughter. They moved away obviously.
     
  9. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Well-Known Member

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    I'm curious as well about where the father was when this happened. In the first post, it says that the three of them continued to live in the same house after Cookie disappeared. I wonder what alternative theory they offered (assuming one was given) to what happened to her.
     
  10. tarabull

    tarabull Life is a puzzle.

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    JusticeWillBeServed Well-Known Member

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    Crime Watch Daily investigates disappearance of Phoenix woman Cookie Jacobson - November


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