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Cannot get too specific but it was a business owner who didn't want to pay back pay to someone so that someone disappeared. Not enough evidence so no arrest.

If you ever have to sue for back pay, do it via court system. Psychopathic people who want to get out of paying you will assault you to frighten you out of trying to collect.

Be careful out there, look out for eachother.
 
I saw that the Evansdale murders were already mentioned for Iowa so I'm going with Jodi Huisentruit. Jodi was a news anchor who is believed to have been abducted from her apartment parking lot in 1995. Her shoes, hairdryer, and car key were found in the parking lot along with her new car. She was legally declared dead in 2001 and her case remains unsolved.

 
Same. I check regularly for updates on it. I was about 10 when it happened. It is burned into my brain. I remember constantly watching for a van with round taillights. I saw one and my Dad helped me call it in as a tip.
Interesting as I am not familiar with that case. I will have to look into it. From that one note ‘van with round taillights’….. I can only think of one model in the US that fits that bill. A circa 1964-1970 Dodge A100 van. IIRC some of the taillights maybe have only been a red disc, some might have had chrome bezels. (Qualifier, if it was a modified or customized van that could alter that.) Here is a link:
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Buckeye, Arizona

Daniel Robinson, last seen on June 23, 2021, disappeared after leaving his worksite in Buckeye, Arizona, where he was employed by the engineering company Matrix New World.

After finding Robinson's jeep crashed in a ravine, Buckeye police initially ruled out foul play, but David Robinson, Daniel's father, remained convinced something more was at play.

“The official explanation just does not make sense," said David. "Why would he want to disappear like a monk?”
Private investigator for 3LawsRecon, Jeff McGrath, is a retired police officer who specializes in collision evidence.

McGrath suspects the crash was deliberately set up. McGrath discovered that Daniel's jeep had been driven for approximately eleven miles after its airbags deployed, according to David.

Furthermore, McGrath identified red paint transfer on the jeep, suggesting a prior collision before it ended up in the ravine. The rancher who located Daniel's jeep has also expressed skepticism about the accuracy of the official timeline of events surrounding this incident, said David.

“[The rancher] was in that ravine on July 17th looking for his cattle. He came back back on the 23rd and reported the vehicle. So it was not there for 30 days,” explained David.
McGrath also discovered that somebody besides the police went into Daniel’s room after the disappearance. This individual not only ransacked Daniel's closet but also gained access to his laptop.

“I was able to get the Tempe Police Department to do forensics on all of my son's electronics from his personal computer to his gaming system," explained David. "And in that information that I did receive back, someone was in his apartment looking through his computer searching Google history, just fooling around on this computer.”
David, an Army veteran, can't imagine why someone would want to hurt his only son, but he does have a few theories.

“I’m looking at every angle," he said. "He’s a young black male, a black geologist, it could have just been simple jealousy.”

A Fox10 article reported that police cited strange behavior from Daniel in the days before his accident, like saying he was in love with a woman he barely knew. David takes issue with this account.
“I talked to him on the phone for about two hours about two days before he went missing," said David. "We talked about that young lady and it was the first time I ever heard about her. But he never said he loved her and I never said that to law enforcement. I don’t know where they got that from.”

David was displeased with Buckeye Police Department's handling of his son's case.

“They set us in an interrogation room and had us sit there for 15 minutes, and try and come up with any behavior that seemed odd or strange," said David.
Eventually, Daniel's sister told police that her brother stared off at the wall for a long period of time two weeks before disappearing.

“In my opinion, my son's case has been sensationalized by the Buckeye PD and I am currently fighting against that,” said David.

As a father, Robinson says this fight will never end.
“I cannot stop searching for my son," said David. "I cannot stop making sure he receives the justice he deserves and the respect he deserves.”
Robinson hopes the public will continue to show interest in his case so that it does not become a cold case. He actively maintains a YouTube channel, website and an anonymous tipline at 844-602-0660.

It's been almost 3 years and still nothing. I don't understand. I hope his dad gets closure so soon. If anyone out there knows anything contact Buckeye PD. Let's either get him home safe or get his Dad some closure and peace.

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This has domestic written all over it in my opinion. I work in domestic violence and it really appears the son had something to do with it. The stealing of the car for drugs leads me to believe maybe something occurred between Dad and Son that ended up with the son getting the car; which I think is clear Dad would not just give to him given his knowledge of his son's drug issues and his want to keep on eye on him (to the point he switched careers to be there!).

It's also very coincidental that this disappearance would conveniently occur when his wife was out of town or "out of the way". If his disappearance wasn't planned, at the very least I think the perpetrator took advantage of the fact his partner was not in the home for an extended period of time for her planned business trip.

His son is the last person to see him alive, and has a clear motive (money/drugs) so I think the facts speak for themselves.

Also, I find it unlikely he went missing on purpose, as why would you buy gas and abandon the car if you were fleeing/trying to run away from something/one.
Did you see that he actually did it on purpose... lived about 100 miles away! Its crazy!
 
Possibly you like to repost a case from your state to bring new life to cold case

The most notorious unsolved crime in every state

MISSOURI: A prepubescent girl was found decapitated in St. Louis in 1983 in a case that still haunts detectives.

On February 28, 1983, a female body with the head missing was found in an abandoned building in St. Louis. Police originally thought it was the body of a sex worker, but soon discovered that the victim was much younger than they expected —between 8 and 11 years old.

At the time, it was the only decapitation in the US that involved a person that young, according to the FBI.

The victim and the killer still remain unidentified. She is simply known as "Little Jane Doe" in the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's database.

If this looks familiar or you have any info contact the proper authorities Thank you
i wonder if the killer went and killed her parents or parent and then took the girl? Maybe thats why she wasnt reported missing? Was there any more homicides in the area on or around 2-20-1983? We kinda time of death but we dont know time of possible abduction?
 
I dont know if it’s notorious but Spartanburg County SC (spartanburgsherrif.org) has a cold case involving a lady, Anna Huckeba and male, Randy Cochran. They were at an intersection in a car murdered. LE thinks they were stopped and talking to somebody they knew.
 
Buckeye, Arizona

Daniel Robinson, last seen on June 23, 2021, disappeared after leaving his worksite in Buckeye, Arizona, where he was employed by the engineering company Matrix New World.

After finding Robinson's jeep crashed in a ravine, Buckeye police initially ruled out foul play, but David Robinson, Daniel's father, remained convinced something more was at play.

“The official explanation just does not make sense," said David. "Why would he want to disappear like a monk?”
Private investigator for 3LawsRecon, Jeff McGrath, is a retired police officer who specializes in collision evidence.

McGrath suspects the crash was deliberately set up. McGrath discovered that Daniel's jeep had been driven for approximately eleven miles after its airbags deployed, according to David.

Furthermore, McGrath identified red paint transfer on the jeep, suggesting a prior collision before it ended up in the ravine. The rancher who located Daniel's jeep has also expressed skepticism about the accuracy of the official timeline of events surrounding this incident, said David.

“[The rancher] was in that ravine on July 17th looking for his cattle. He came back back on the 23rd and reported the vehicle. So it was not there for 30 days,” explained David.
McGrath also discovered that somebody besides the police went into Daniel’s room after the disappearance. This individual not only ransacked Daniel's closet but also gained access to his laptop.

“I was able to get the Tempe Police Department to do forensics on all of my son's electronics from his personal computer to his gaming system," explained David. "And in that information that I did receive back, someone was in his apartment looking through his computer searching Google history, just fooling around on this computer.”
David, an Army veteran, can't imagine why someone would want to hurt his only son, but he does have a few theories.

“I’m looking at every angle," he said. "He’s a young black male, a black geologist, it could have just been simple jealousy.”

A Fox10 article reported that police cited strange behavior from Daniel in the days before his accident, like saying he was in love with a woman he barely knew. David takes issue with this account.
“I talked to him on the phone for about two hours about two days before he went missing," said David. "We talked about that young lady and it was the first time I ever heard about her. But he never said he loved her and I never said that to law enforcement. I don’t know where they got that from.”

David was displeased with Buckeye Police Department's handling of his son's case.

“They set us in an interrogation room and had us sit there for 15 minutes, and try and come up with any behavior that seemed odd or strange," said David.
Eventually, Daniel's sister told police that her brother stared off at the wall for a long period of time two weeks before disappearing.

“In my opinion, my son's case has been sensationalized by the Buckeye PD and I am currently fighting against that,” said David.

As a father, Robinson says this fight will never end.
“I cannot stop searching for my son," said David. "I cannot stop making sure he receives the justice he deserves and the respect he deserves.”
Robinson hopes the public will continue to show interest in his case so that it does not become a cold case. He actively maintains a YouTube channel, website and an anonymous tipline at 844-602-0660.

It's been almost 3 years and still nothing. I don't understand. I hope his dad gets closure so soon. If anyone out there knows anything contact Buckeye PD. Let's either get him home safe or get his Dad some closure and peace.

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Here in the South West of the UK - Kate Bushell in 1997 in Devon and Lyn Bryant in 1998 in Cornwall. There is a strong possibility these crimes are linked. Both were killed while walking their dogs in quiet country lanes. Lyn was 41; Kate just 14.

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