Natasha Jugo, 31, was last seen leaving her home at about 4:30 a.m. Saturday, an NYPD police spokesman said. Huffington Post
If you look at the initial article (http://www.newsday.com/long-island/...man-near-gilgo-beach-1.4829859?qr=1&qr=1&qr=1), there's a picture of her car on the site. I don't know where exactly it is on the highway, but it's behind a big mound of construction dirt next to a grassy area that looks like it might be quite close to the shore.
"Police from several agencies investigate after this car was found abandoned south of the closed portion of Ocean Parkway between Gilgo Beach State Park and Tobay Beach. (March 17, 2013)
Photo Credit: Steve Pfost |"
Thank you. Newsday is blocked so I couldn't view that. Still can't make out if it's OP or a side road. Anyway - Parking behind that pile of dirt is a bit shady at 4:30/5am in my opinion.
*just re read it. Sounds like it was the OP. There are extensive mobile cameras mounted in that area since Sandy hit. Don't know if they are still there but they were a few months ago.
Was she working as an escort or a model? She appears very pretty in that pic.
If she was modeling, she could have received a call from a photographer that he had a sunrise shot. Obviously it would have been a sick ruse. There is a photographer in this mix of characters who included quite disturbing shots of dismembered women hidden in his videos. Someone posted the link here a while back. He is friends with the author of the OBdrifter book. Just puttin that out there.
Definitely something to look into. I sort of gave up (because he isn't sluethable here) but he is certainly an interesting person (if not a POI) I am not able to look into his whereabouts until I get my internet right, but I encourage anyone who is interested to do so. On the down low!
The comments say there's construction on Ocean Parkway right now, and that's what the dirt is for. Yes, seeing the location of that car is the first thing that has made me think it might not be a straightforward suicide.
Crews are working to stabalize dunes at Nassau's Tobay Beach after Hurricane Sandy battered Long Island's south-facing coasts.
According to Oyster Bay Town, contractors are in the process of rebuilding the dunes that had been in place on Tobays ocean side, in order to aid in future beach preservation efforts.
This process, along with the rebuilding of the pavilion and decking that had been heavily damaged during Hurricane Sandy, "will bring Tobay Beach back to its former glory in time for the summer season."
http://www.newsli.com/2013/03/20/police-identify-missing-gilgo-beach-woman/.Natasha Jugo, 31, an immigrant from Yugoslavia who has been residing in this country for a year,