Recovered/Located CT - Robert Hoagland, 50, Newtown, 28 Jul 2013

If something happened at home, it's kinda convenient that someone wanted to be put in jail by telling the police willingly they wanted to buy drugs near a posted No Trespassing sign and told police they had permission to use the car of which they did not, so charged with misdemeanor criminal trespassing and held on $2,500.00 bond....

IMOO.
 
If something happened at home, it's kinda convenient that someone wanted to be put in jail by telling the police willingly they wanted to buy drugs near a posted No Trespassing sign and told police they had permission to use the car of which they did not, so charged with misdemeanor criminal trespassing and held on $2,500.00 bond....

IMOO.

It does appear that a lot happened on July 28th. I hope the home, property, and cars were all forensically investigated.
 
interesting this is another case where significant personal items (wallet/keys) were found in the house several days following a determination of "gone missing".

My take away lesson is... if any loved one ever goes missing (God forbid) - at the top of my to do list is doing a complete systematic search of house from top to bottom.
 
interesting this is another case where significant personal items (wallet/keys) were found in the house several days following a determination of "gone missing".

My take away lesson is... if any loved one ever goes missing (God forbid) - at the top of my to do list is doing a complete systematic search of house from top to bottom.

IMO, this is what LE should do in MP cases. Sadly, there is not enough time or $ resources for this. But I am certain it would lead to clues that would solve many cases.
 
Just a thought, and I mean no disrespect. The fact that the wallet/keys were found hidden under a doll in the bedroom, makes me wonder if he may have had a "visitor" or escort spend time in the bedroom with him. You may hide your personal belongings if you are allowing someone unfamiliar into your home. His wife was out of town, $600 was withdrawn...just something to consider. It could have been a setup where this person came in and had an accomplice to rob him and went way bad?
 
Well after reading that, he was probably hiding the wallet & keys from his own son, IMO.

Or his son hid them there to make it look like Robert hid them, or his son hid them from Robert. In one of the articles, Robert's wife said that Max, their son didn't have permission to drive the car.
 
I wonder if the 600 dollars turned up or even the map he bought. If he left on purpose that is pretty cruel to do to your family :(

Where do you see he bought a map? TIA
 

from this article:
About her husband's state of mind, Lori Hoagland said the couple emailed regularly while she was out of the country, and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. She said she knew her husband had worries about some private family matters, but nothing that would lead her to suspect he might disappear.

BBM - I wonder if the "private family matters" were about the son. I so hope he had nothing to do with his dad's disappearance.
 
His son needed a car right?

If it was Robert who hid his own keys...

1+1= :rolleyes:
 
So the son was seen in the VW Golf later in the day after the father had been seen using it, after he filled it with gasoline. It sounds to be like the father didn't hide the keys soon enough.

I'd keep an eye on the son until he's found. Then maybe after he's found. This sounds highly suspicious.
 
So what color is the car? The article mentions a Red Golf VW that the son did not have permission to use since it was his mom's car.
Did he use his mom's car, since the keys were hidden to the Silver Golf VW?? IMOO.

Are there 2 Golf VW's, different colors?

"Kaempffer said at about 9:05 p.m. on July 29, patrol officers noticed a red Volkswagen Golf parked at 136 Washington Terrace, an area with posted "no trespassing" signs and known for drug and prostitution activity."

"Officers then contacted his mother, the car's owner, and were told he did not have permission to use the car."

http://www.ctpost.com/policereports/article/Man-s-disappearance-still-a-riddle-4757573.php


"On the morning of Sunday, July 28, Hoagland drove his silver VW Golf to pick up bagels at Bagel Delight and put half a tank of gas in his car at Newtown Mobil."

http://woodbury-middlebury.patch.co...mystery-still-surrounds-ct-mans-disappearance
 
Search widens for missing Newtown man

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http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Search-widens-for-missing-Newtown-man-4784645.php
 
And from the above linked article: The couple were struggling with some issues related to their son, who had been in trouble with the law

That may answer what the private family difficulties were.
 
http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/Search-widens-for-missing-Newtown-man-4784645.php

The mower was stowed in its usual spot in the basement, and his dirty clothes were found in the laundry. His loafers were in the living room.

Hoagland's cellphone, passport and blood pressure medication were found in his office.

A couple of weeks later, Hoagland's wallet and the key to the family's Mini Cooper were found hidden in the bedroom.

A cash withdrawal of $600 was made from the south Newtown branch of Union Savings Bank the Thursday before his disappearance. That money has not been found, Lori Hoagland said.

And

Max Hoagland was arrested on a trespass charge in Bridgeport the evening after his father disappeared. Max told police he was looking to buy drugs.

-- dirty clothes in laundry, shoes in living room, wallet and keys hidden in room and $600 cash missing...... sounds to me like he was in the shower and met with foul play. maybe LE should check shower/bathroom for blood splatter?

Son arrested the evening after his father disappeared, looking to buy drugs. How much money did he have with him when he was arrested?
 

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