Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by bakerlady, Sep 9, 2014.
Maryland judge will not dismiss murder charges against Catherine Hoggle | WTOP
Catherine's restorability hearing has been rescheduled to July 22, 2020.
Hoggle attorney appeals judge’s decision to dismiss murder charges
Article's headline should read, "Hoggle's attorney appeals judge's decision NOT to dismiss murder charges." And I doubt Felsen will be successful, even though mentally incompetent people aren't technically allowed to be held indefinitely on criminal charges in the state of Maryland - these are extraordinary circumstances.
"Maryland's Catherine Hoggle Case: Mom Charged, Kids Still Missing"
True Crime Daily, Oct. 28, 2020
Great segment, @alexwood - thanks for posting. A few minor discrepancies... The man who's continually shown in the photos with Catherine as being her father, Randy, is not Randy, but another male relative. When you see pictures and videos online of Randy Hoggle talking at press conferences about his grandkids, he clearly looks younger. He's a totally different man than the one in the photos they kept describing in this video as being "Randy." Also, I believe that Jacob was last seen (by anyone other than Catherine) at Lindsey's (Catherine's mom) house. Yet in the video, they describe it as "her parents' home," despite the fact that the Hoggles had actually been divorced and living apart for several years, so it was Lindsey's home.
You are right, @SurrealisticSlumbers, and I believe the segment had other discrepancies as well. Thanks for pointing out these inaccuracies. I need to go back and read this entire thread again. I found an article that substantiates your claim that Jacob was last seen at Catherine's Mom's house (the maternal grandmother).
"Hoggle's 2-year-old son, Jacob Hoggle, was last seen at his grandmother's Gaithersburg home Sunday afternoon. Her 3-year-old daughter, Sarah Hoggle, was last seen Monday morning at their home in the 12200 block of Elm Forest Court in Clarksburg, Maryland."
Missing Maryland Mom Charged With Child Neglect; Search for Children Continues
Unfortunately after all the medications it may be possible Catherine just no longer remembers the information needed to find these poor children. My heart goes out the children’s family.
Maryland's Court of Special Appeals heard arguments over whether a Montgomery County judge erred in failing to dismiss murder charges against Catherine Hoggle for the 2014 disappearance of her two young children.
Md. high court hears argument on ruling to not dismiss kids’ murder counts for Catherine Hoggle | WTOP
She was competent enough to hide her kids where they cannot be found! I would say she's pretty competent!
All this time and still no change. Sigh.
It's very upsetting... almost 7 years now!