MP of the week: April Neider

This week’s featured missing person is April Rene Neider, a 27-year-old mother of two who disappeared on October 25, 2011 from the town of Pollock Pines in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California.

Other than “suspicious circumstances”, I’ve got doodly squat on April’s disappearance. I can’t find any press coverage at all, only a Websleuths thread and a Facebook page her family made.


13 thoughts on “MP of the week: April Neider

  1. michael w. September 6, 2016 / 1:01 pm

    does Princess Shentae still post here? I enjoy her contributions.

  2. Kat September 6, 2016 / 10:29 pm

    Oh, Princess! She was awesome, I miss her. Its been a while. She had kids and stuff, so I’m sure she’s crazy busy. Getting back to April, man, that’s a lot of hair. I’ve always envied that much hair, but it must be something to take care of. How can there be no other details? Someone cared enough to report her missing, and take pics of her with one kid in the hospital but that’s it? Oy.

    • diamondlil16 September 6, 2016 / 11:27 pm

      I checked April’s fb page her sister created that Meaghan linked to on her case file. Back in February 2013 the sister said that April is mising along with Ben Arbello, and that she had gone around to businesses with both their pictures.

      I didn’t google Ben, but she does have two pics that may be him on the fb page.

      This could be a car accident and the vehicle hasn’t shown up. I’ll check to see what is online about this Ben.

      • diamondlil16 September 6, 2016 / 11:45 pm

        Ben is the father of her youngest son and was thought to be with her, and was missing at that time. She had an upcoming court date.

        For this length of time family needs to add her to namus.

    • Melinda September 7, 2016 / 8:36 pm

      I agree, Kat…April had lovely hair. I had long healthy hair myself until about two years ago (long story). But yes, her case is also mysterious.

  3. michael w. September 7, 2016 / 1:02 am

    looking at today’s updates, Macin Smith is definitely the stand-out case from that bunch. I can think of one other person from St. George, Utah who went missing with possible Las Vegas ties: Steven Koecher. And is that ever a bizarre one. So many layers to that mystery. I found out some interesting info and made some connections, but I won’t pretend to know everything about that case, or even offer a plausible explanation. The more you dig, the more confusing the case gets. If I had time, I’d consider writing a book about it. It’s like the West coast version of Maura Murray.

    • Meaghan September 7, 2016 / 7:03 am

      The Las Vegas thing for Macin was, I think, a dead end. Someone saw a hitchhiker that day with a sign that said “Las Vegas” and they thought he was Macin, but his parents looked at surveillance footage of the person and said not.

      Macin’s case reminds me of Arkadiy Tashman’s.

  4. Keelan September 7, 2016 / 12:01 pm

    Beyond surprised you (a missing persons fanatic) haven’t reported the recent discovery of Jacob Wetterlings remains. He also probably has casefile on here that you should best take down…

  5. Kat September 8, 2016 / 2:15 pm

    Guys. Quit feeding that beyond proven troll. Meaghan can handle it. The less inflammatory posts, the better. Didn’t get far this time, but still. We all have better things to do.

  6. K fawcett October 18, 2016 / 7:20 pm

    Two women went missing in that town around the same exact time. April neider and my sister sara fawcett nobody ever links the two together. It’s weird

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