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Sandy Hook resident Robert Hoagland missing; possibly connected to case

 
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Finally, an update! But one that adds even more mystery to an already baffling case:

"NEWTOWN -- Lori Hoagland returned from a 17-day trip to Turkey early July 29, landing at JFK Airport in New York City expecting to be greeted in the terminal by her husband, Robert, only to find he had either forgotten or been delayed.

She called him numerous times and texted him, but got no answer.

At first, she said, she was not too worried. She figured he was busy and simply had a mix-up about her itinerary. Once home, though, the culinary teacher at Newtown High School started to become more frantic.

Robert Hoagland, 50, had not shown up for his job at a Bridgeport law firm.

Lori Hoagland's Mini Cooper, the car he'd been driving, was at their Glen Road home. So were his cellphone, his wallet and even the shoes he usually wore, she said."

[link to www.stamfordadvocate.com]

Turkey? 17 days? My mind goes to CIA, but that's just me. At any rate, his disappearance is weird enough on its own.

He's an assessor (and apparently also working as such for a law firm--which ups the ante quite a bit).

Was Sandy Hook School, along with the area around it, heavily contaminated? Did Robert, as an assessor, know this, and was he in a position to come between those responsible, and any citizens considering lawsuits?

The plot thickens.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25638136


This is a very odd story.

"only to find he had either forgotten or been delayed"

Delayed to the point that he did not show up so how did she get home? I would assume he was her ride. If he forgot when was the last time she spoke with him to confirm her arrival? Most people touch base the night before.

Was not worried about it until she got home. He had not shown up for work? Had she not spoken to him for the last 17 days?

Quite the " story "
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Finally, an update! But one that adds even more mystery to an already baffling case:

"NEWTOWN -- Lori Hoagland returned from a 17-day trip to Turkey early July 29, landing at JFK Airport in New York City expecting to be greeted in the terminal by her husband, Robert, only to find he had either forgotten or been delayed.

She called him numerous times and texted him, but got no answer.

At first, she said, she was not too worried. She figured he was busy and simply had a mix-up about her itinerary. Once home, though, the culinary teacher at Newtown High School started to become more frantic.

Robert Hoagland, 50, had not shown up for his job at a Bridgeport law firm.

Lori Hoagland's Mini Cooper, the car he'd been driving, was at their Glen Road home. So were his cellphone, his wallet and even the shoes he usually wore, she said."

[link to www.stamfordadvocate.com]

Turkey? 17 days? My mind goes to CIA, but that's just me. At any rate, his disappearance is weird enough on its own.

He's an assessor (and apparently also working as such for a law firm--which ups the ante quite a bit).

Was Sandy Hook School, along with the area around it, heavily contaminated? Did Robert, as an assessor, know this, and was he in a position to come between those responsible, and any citizens considering lawsuits?

The plot thickens.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25638136


This is a very odd story.

"only to find he had either forgotten or been delayed"

Delayed to the point that he did not show up so how did she get home? I would assume he was her ride. If he forgot when was the last time she spoke with him to confirm her arrival? Most people touch base the night before.

Was not worried about it until she got home. He had not shown up for work? Had she not spoken to him for the last 17 days?

Quite the " story "
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Do they pretend nobody reads this info.

worst reporting ever.
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What a bizarre update. The quotes from the wife do not sound like a woman who is frantic to find her husband.

"And he disappeared. ... It's a total, total mystery."

"It's very, very uncomfortable to not know what has happened to him."


?????

He went to the store without his wallet? I guess he could have been carrying cash. And he did not take the car? So how far could he get on foot? NOBODY saw him wandering around?

The wife just happens to be out of the country leading up to all of this?

"A neighbor stopped by with a new puppy and saw Hoagland stop the mower to speak to Max, who left shortly thereafter in another family car, a Volkswagen Golf."

Why would they describe the car? Some of the "details" in this article are ridiculous and totally irrelevant. What does it matter the kind of car his son was driving?

Also odd to me is that she talked to him two days before she left. Maybe I work on paranoia, but I like to double check things so I would have been verifying the time of flight/arrival/pick up, etc. the day of.

Annnnd no other photos of him released?!

One more thing, did the wife try to get into contact with her children? Why didn't she try to call her son?? And why didn't the son tell her that Robert hadn't come home on Sunday?
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Exactly - why didn't Max call/email his mom when Robert didn't come home that night and still hadn't come home by Monday morning?

Didn't Max know his dad was his mom's ride home from JFK? How did she get home to Newtown? It almost sounds like Max didn't come home Sunday night either, and didn't know his dad was missing (or helped his dad go missing). Or maybe Max doesn't live at the home.

It's about an hour and a half from JFK to Newtown. The story makes it sound as if she just casually found another way home. I don't know about y'all's family, but in mine, being stranded at an airport an hour and a half away would result in half the town knowing my plight by the time we all figured out how to fix it ;)

Cab fare from JFK to Newtown is over $200.

[link to www.worldtaximeter.com]

I suppose in a pinch, that would be affordable (at least relative to a 17 day trip to Turkey).
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The article makes me wonder what students do in journalism school. Actually, do journalism schools still exist? Has anyone else noticed that newspaper writing is horrible? Is it on purpose? If the job of the modern-day journalis to make an event more confusing and jumbled, then I stand corrected; in that case, they're doing fine work.
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No idea about the living arrangements, but it said Max left in a "family car," so if he lived on his own, you would think he'd have his own car. But, who knows.

The whole thing was such an irrelevant point though...telling us about a neighbour showing them a new puppy? Too many little intricate details that do not get to the heart of anything. Sign of BS imo.
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No idea about the living arrangements, but it said Max left in a "family car," so if he lived on his own, you would think he'd have his own car. But, who knows.

The whole thing was such an irrelevant point though...telling us about a neighbour showing them a new puppy? Too many little intricate details that do not get to the heart of anything. Sign of BS imo.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl


Yup. All this information is just a bunch of garbled junk. The police release a photo with no other information other than he was missing.

Now we find out more details. Too late now. If they would have given more info there might have been witnesses. Just odd how they give as little info as possible and then suddenly have a bunch of specific NONRELAVENT information out the wazoo.

These have to be planted stories
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No idea about the living arrangements, but it said Max left in a "family car," so if he lived on his own, you would think he'd have his own car. But, who knows.

The whole thing was such an irrelevant point though...telling us about a neighbour showing them a new puppy? Too many little intricate details that do not get to the heart of anything. Sign of BS imo.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl


Good point...so either he stayed at a friend's or worked an overnight shift or was otherwise gone, or something's wrong with the story in that his mother didn't contact him when Robert didn't show up at the airport. You'd think the son would be the next person to be called, after the dad.
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The article makes me wonder what students do in journalism school. Actually, do journalism schools still exist? Has anyone else noticed that newspaper writing is horrible? Is it on purpose? If the job of the modern-day journalis to make an event more confusing and jumbled, then I stand corrected; in that case, they're doing fine work.
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No kidding. I saw even worse today from a larger outlet--I think it was CNN.
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No idea about the living arrangements, but it said Max left in a "family car," so if he lived on his own, you would think he'd have his own car. But, who knows.

The whole thing was such an irrelevant point though...telling us about a neighbour showing them a new puppy? Too many little intricate details that do not get to the heart of anything. Sign of BS imo.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl


Yup. All this information is just a bunch of garbled junk. The police release a photo with no other information other than he was missing.

Now we find out more details. Too late now. If they would have given more info there might have been witnesses. Just odd how they give as little info as possible and then suddenly have a bunch of specific NONRELAVENT information out the wazoo.

These have to be planted stories
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45528077


Exactly. And why haven't they released more photos? You'd think the wife would have volunteered more just to get his face out here.
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No idea about the living arrangements, but it said Max left in a "family car," so if he lived on his own, you would think he'd have his own car. But, who knows.

The whole thing was such an irrelevant point though...telling us about a neighbour showing them a new puppy? Too many little intricate details that do not get to the heart of anything. Sign of BS imo.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl


Good point...so either he stayed at a friend's or worked an overnight shift or was otherwise gone, or something's wrong with the story in that his mother didn't contact him when Robert didn't show up at the airport. You'd think the son would be the next person to be called, after the dad.
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Agreed. And they had 3 children, so surely she would have contacted ONE of them?
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Isn't it odd that the first story about this, and the one that was out there until yesterday, said the LAST time he was seen was at the gas station? Yet, according to the article from yesterday, he went home after going to the gas station.
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Isn't it odd that the first story about this, and the one that was out there until yesterday, said the LAST time he was seen was at the gas station? Yet, according to the article from yesterday, he went home after going to the gas station.
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Yeah. Plain old bad writing. Whoever wrote it was probably the person who wrote the first one, and had their mind set on the concept of him disappearing straight after the gas station sighting (as I did until now).

Now we know that apparently ate bagels, played Scrabble, mowed the lawn, and then disappeared.

Who brought the puppy? Are they a suspect?
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Isn't it odd that the first story about this, and the one that was out there until yesterday, said the LAST time he was seen was at the gas station? Yet, according to the article from yesterday, he went home after going to the gas station.
 Quoting: AnonymousGirl


Yeah. Plain old bad writing. Whoever wrote it was probably the person who wrote the first one, and had their mind set on the concept of him disappearing straight after the gas station sighting (as I did until now).

Now we know that apparently ate bagels, played Scrabble, mowed the lawn, and then disappeared.

Who brought the puppy? Are they a suspect?
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wtf
wtf
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You are the creator of your own master plan... Make it a good one.

Wake the fuk up and be ready... This is absolutely no time to be stupid!
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Also, why did the neighbor stop by with the puppy, sit there and watch Robert stop mowing to talk to Max, and then, what, leave? I suppose the neighbor could have decided not to bother them since they seemed busy?
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And you're so right, "the last known sighting" has nothing to do with the Mobile station. What amazingly crappy writing. The error is pretty big, considering there were two sightings after the Mobile station--by his son Max, and the neighbor.
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Robert's other son has just moved to the Netherlands to study. He's making all kinds of fun FB posts as if nothing's wrong. I just don't get it. If my Dad were missing, I'd be either posting nothing on FB or posting pleas for help.
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I mean, it's been less than three weeks, and he's just posing, you know, happy shots of Amsterdam and crap. I don't know. Messed up world. Maybe they know something we don't.
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I mean, it's been less than three weeks, and he's just posing, you know, happy shots of Amsterdam and crap. I don't know. Messed up world. Maybe they know something we don't.
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You sure you got the right facebook account because Im pretty sure he lives in South Carolina?
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I mean, it's been less than three weeks, and he's just posing, you know, happy shots of Amsterdam and crap. I don't know. Messed up world. Maybe they know something we don't.
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You sure you got the right facebook account because Im pretty sure he lives in South Carolina?
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Other brother ;)
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Why did they say he was last seen at the Mobile Gas bar. That's not where he was last seen. It's like they don't want anyone to find this guy when they leave false statements like that. Someone stopped by to show him a puppy? That sounds too made up. He was playing scrabble at home on the computer? Scrabble was invented by someone from Newtown. It's starting to sound like another Sandy Hoax.
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Why did they say he was last seen at the Mobile Gas bar. That's not where he was last seen. It's like they don't want anyone to find this guy when they leave false statements like that. Someone stopped by to show him a puppy? That sounds too made up. He was playing scrabble at home on the computer? Scrabble was invented by someone from Newtown. It's starting to sound like another Sandy Hoax.
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Rumor in Newtown...one son heavily into drugs and taking household possessions to buy drugs. Obviously, Robert wasn't happy with this situation and supposedly confronted son and dealer. We are all sick...and hoping this isn't true. Praying he just went into hiding or ran off with another woman.

All of your posts are quite fascinating!
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Why did they say he was last seen at the Mobile Gas bar. That's not where he was last seen. It's like they don't want anyone to find this guy when they leave false statements like that. Someone stopped by to show him a puppy? That sounds too made up. He was playing scrabble at home on the computer? Scrabble was invented by someone from Newtown. It's starting to sound like another Sandy Hoax.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44372255


Rumor in Newtown...one son heavily into drugs and taking household possessions to buy drugs. Obviously, Robert wasn't happy with this situation and supposedly confronted son and dealer. We are all sick...and hoping this isn't true. Praying he just went into hiding or ran off with another woman.

All of your posts are quite fascinating!
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Hmmm Where did you come across this rumour, if you don't mind me asking.
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I think that town must be like the Stepford Wives town.
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I think that town must be like the Stepford Wives town.
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That's what I kept saying back in December and January- that the entire town interviewed, minus one or two people, acted like the Stepford Wives. Really, really creepy. Although, the coroner's comment "It's a wonderful thing!!!!!" took the cake, in my eyes.........these people are frightening. I'll make sure to avoid this town in my travels!
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I think that town must be like the Stepford Wives town.
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That's what I kept saying back in December and January- that the entire town interviewed, minus one or two people, acted like the Stepford Wives. Really, really creepy. Although, the coroner's comment "It's a wonderful thing!!!!!" took the cake, in my eyes.........these people are frightening. I'll make sure to avoid this town in my travels!
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because it is a town of vampires....muahahahahaha
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I think that town must be like the Stepford Wives town.
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That's what I kept saying back in December and January- that the entire town interviewed, minus one or two people, acted like the Stepford Wives. Really, really creepy. Although, the coroner's comment "It's a wonderful thing!!!!!" took the cake, in my eyes.........these people are frightening. I'll make sure to avoid this town in my travels!
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because it is a town of vampires....muahahahahaha
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lol, smucking fart arse. :) Seriously, I wouldn't doubt something strange or evil lurks there. I can just imagine one would feel the negative energy there right away, even if they didn't know what happened in that town. Gives me goosebumps just thinking about it!
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I think that town must be like the Stepford Wives town.
 Quoting: Ms. Superduper


That's what I kept saying back in December and January- that the entire town interviewed, minus one or two people, acted like the Stepford Wives. Really, really creepy. Although, the coroner's comment "It's a wonderful thing!!!!!" took the cake, in my eyes.........these people are frightening. I'll make sure to avoid this town in my travels!
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because it is a town of vampires....muahahahahaha
 Quoting: Annoying in spacestation 45678141


lol, smucking fart arse. :) Seriously, I wouldn't doubt something strange or evil lurks there. I can just imagine one would feel the negative energy there right away, even if they didn't know what happened in that town. Gives me goosebumps just thinking about it!
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No, that's it. They are vampires, not mutants, demons, zombie cannibals.

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