Make-a-List Monday: Fighting with a Significant Other

A lot of people, when they disappear, their spouse or girlfriend or boyfriend claims the MP  got into some kind of argument with them, and one of the parties involved stormed away angrily, and the MP was never seen or heard from again.

I’m not saying it never really happens like that. I’m sure it does. But not always.

So I’m doing a list of people who disappeared after an argument with their significant other. I’m only doing fights with spouses, boyfriends, girlfriends and exes, not fights with other people. I am counting cases where the “left after an argument” story was later proven to be a lie. I am not counting cases where the MP was seen alive by a third party AFTER the alleged argument.

It’s quite a long list. And take note of the gender disparity.

  1. Brent Marshall Acomb
  2. Ganignunt Aiemsakul
  3. Debra Ann Allen
  4. Elizabeth Mary Allen
  5. Angela Renae Ambrocio
  6. Lucely Aramburo
  7. Marilyn Anne Arnhold
  8. Julia Christine Aul
  9. Maria Guadalupe Barrientos
  10. DonaMae Bourgeois Bayerl
  11. Janice Kay Baze
  12. Shaquita Yolanda Bell
  13. Christine Blackburn-Wiles
  14. Lori Ceci Bova
  15. Erica Monique Bradley
  16. Eric Lawrence Brown
  17. Robert Fulton Browning
  18. Jarrett Lee Burton
  19. Bianca Zannette Carrasco
  20. Cynthia Laura Castellano
  21. Josephine Carroll Chatraw
  22. Florence Anne Coker
  23. Donella Jean Coultas
  24. Lisa Ann Crouse
  25. Athena Joy Curry
  26. Joseph Paul D’Aquisto Sr.
  27. Michele Rene Dickerman
  28. Charlotte Denese Doles
  29. Kathleen Durst
  30. Julie A. Earley
  31. Jon A. Feider
  32. Maureen Erin Fields
  33. Rita H. Fioretti
  34. Eugene Francis Fish
  35. Shannon Lynn Fischer
  36. Teresa Lyn Fittin
  37. Megan Renee Foglesong
  38. Nikki Lyn Forrest
  39. Windy Gail Fox
  40. Elizabeth Lea Franks
  41. Angela Marie Fullmer
  42. Inez Garcia
  43. Claudine Jaquier Gifford
  44. Zeta D. Gordon
  45. Cheryl Lynn Hall
  46. Teresa Faye Hammon
  47. Gerard J. Hanrahan
  48. Richard William Hardie
  49. Michael Curtis Hawley Jr.
  50. Lesley Anne Herring
  51. Tammy Ann Hill
  52. Joshua Davaughn Hollie
  53. Donna Lee Ingersoll
  54. Taalibah Fatin Bint Islam
  55. Julianne Cecilia Jaillet
  56. Typhenie Kae Johnson
  57. DeCorrius Brandon Jones
  58. Kerry Jones
  59. Pamela Gay Jones
  60. Anna Bertha Kenneway
  61. Jenett King
  62. Pamela Fay Kuich
  63. Mary T. Kushto
  64. Jamie Jean Laiaddee
  65. Cassandra Ann Lalonde
  66. Mary Denise Lands
  67. Edas Joseph Lauzon
  68. Ann Lombard
  69. Sylvia Alice Lwowski
  70. Dorothy Leishman Wood Madden
  71. Janet Gail Levine March
  72. Maria De Jesus Martinez
  73. Michael Dale McLaughlin
  74. Stephen Victor Meeks
  75. Debra Marie Melo
  76. Robert Allen Meredith
  77. Liliana Stella Moreno
  78. Kimberly Doreen Mullens
  79. Liza Murphy
  80. Christi Jo Nichols
  81. Georgia Darlene Nolan
  82. Kim-Marie O’Connell
  83. Patricia Lee Otto
  84. Roberta Musquiz Pagan
  85. Maria De Lourdes Pahl
  86. Roxanne Elizabeth Paltauf
  87. Patrick James Pfeiffer
  88. Anjanette Piotrowski
  89. Lea Chali Porter
  90. James Lee Proctor
  91. Abraham Jonathan Ramirez
  92. Dorothy Jean Richardson
  93. Susan Renee Riedling
  94. Lonene Ray Rogers
  95. Maryanne Jane Ruffini
  96. Judith Ann Ruggirello
  97. Catherine A. Runte
  98. Saunders Cloie Rymer
  99. Shannon J. Salisbury
  100. Kejuan L. Sarter
  101. Kelsie Jean Schelling
  102. Ernest John Schmidt
  103. Christina Levonne Schutz
  104. Ruth Marie Severance
  105. Barbara Jane Shumac
  106. Tina Marie Sinclair
  107. Catherine Lynne Sjoberg
  108. Angela Pitz Smith
  109. Davinia Ann Sterling
  110. Tynesha DeVonna Stewart
  111. Deborah Alice Sucher
  112. Louie Robert Taylor
  113. Tyler Marie Thomas
  114. Darlene Marie Trujillo
  115. Juliet Theresa Turner
  116. Patty Inez Brightwell Vaughan
  117. Tracie Denise Vicent
  118. Dawn Marie Viens
  119. Lisa Marie Wallace
  120. Jimmy Dale Whitfield
  121. Michael D. Wilk
  122. Jeremy Todd Wilson
  123. Edward Louis Winans
  124. Jennifer Kay Wix
  125. Nancy Wroblewski
  126. Londa Lynn Young
  127. Mildred Patricia Zentner

9 thoughts on “Make-a-List Monday: Fighting with a Significant Other

  1. Kat March 26, 2018 / 1:08 pm

    And I’ll go half that ppl. disappear in the middle of the night, with X thousands to go. Whatever. Call me cynical, but if one MP fit that….

    • Meaghan March 26, 2018 / 7:27 pm

      I remember writing up a case of a young woman, married with kids, who disappeared in the middle of the night. The cops seemed to think she left the house voluntarily but intended to be back very soon — she was in her nightclothes — but something bad happened.

      She was dealing with a bad case of laryngitis at the time. Just rotten luck there. If someone did grab her she wouldn’t have even been able to scream for help.

  2. TBake March 26, 2018 / 7:48 pm

    Just the other day, I watched a rerun of the I Survived episode (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1973393/) in which a woman named Teri somehow survived her husband’s attempt to kill her. It was horrible…she went to her ex husband’s house to pick up their two young kids. He told her the girls were playing hide and seek, and wanted mom to come in and find them. Except that was a ruse he used to get Teri inside the house, where he beat her over the head with a baseball bat, wrapped her head in duct tape, shoved her into a garbage can, packed the can with snow, put it in the bed of his truck, and drove off to hide her body (with her girls in the cab). The only reason she lived is that she somehow had her cell phone in the can with her and made a few calls to 911. He had put the can in a storage unit, and the 911 call allowed police to search his house and the found a business card for the storage unit place and miraculously she survived for over 24 hours in a snow packed garbage can with severe injuries from the beating.

    If he had managed to hide the body in time, she probably wouldn’t have been found, and he possibly wouldn’t have been charged or convicted. It’s not fair for anyone to get away with murdering their spouse/partner just because they’re good at hiding the body. But unless the missing person report is taken seriously early on, and locations and vehicles are do get away with it. As this list sadly shows.

    • T.T. April 1, 2018 / 1:23 pm

      I think I know that case. I believe she was also pregnant with her second husband’s child, but due to what happened, she miscarried and lost most of the toes on both feet. Very sad. That man was a monster.

  3. Patrick Kerrigan March 26, 2018 / 11:26 pm

    One of the photos of Robert Fulton Browning, shows him wearing a dark blue in color American Legion cap. It appears to show he belonged to American Legion Post 408, with the word Chesterfield on the side. This post is located in Anderson, Indiana. Also, I believe that was a General Motors plant somewhere near Indianapolis, Indiana.
    So, he was a veteran of the military. He is also listed on one missing vetetan site. It makes me wonder if he ever used the VA.

  4. Patrick Kerrigan March 28, 2018 / 12:43 pm

    I found the story on Robert Allen Meredith, a classic. The last wife asks him to leave. Then claims he called her collect from Florida, and sent her a letter.
    His sister contacts the police about their investigation in 1992. She finds out their is no report, and find out that another ex-wife declared him dead. She claims that she had two kids to raise. So, where is the money coming from.
    Finally, the police decide to conduct an investigation in 2007. The initial detective thought he might be living under an alias.
    Meredith was from Kentucky.
    Plus he has 8 children who know about each other and looking for him.

  5. Patrick Kerrigan April 1, 2018 / 8:39 pm

    I checked Jon E. Feider, and came across some issues on his age. I checked NAMUS, and they show him as being 52 years old when he disappeared from Tacoma, Washington. Also we know he rode a bicylcle. So I hope they put out an alert on the bicycle. It would be nice if the Tacoma Police, could update or fill in more details. But, then I assume the information they got came from a girlfriend, versus a family member. As a police officer I was pressured to dig for more details. As a detective, I would make sure to dig up more information, by using the resources available to me at the VA.
    I was big on digging through records, especially when searching for missing equipment that the hospital staff could not find when conducting their annual inventory. I recovered or found a pile of stuff. I never kept a record of the items recovered or their dollar value.

    • Meaghan April 1, 2018 / 8:41 pm

      I’ll check on the age thing, thanks for pointing it out.

  6. Melinda September 14, 2018 / 11:35 am

    IMO, this usually is a red flag…it’s funny how the partner/significant other claims that there was a fight and then the missing person suddenly stormed away in a huff.
    It happens sometimes but more often than not, the partner had something to do with the person’s disappearance. About 6 cases really jumped out at me.

    Typhenie Kay Johnson…it’s pretty obvious that the ex-boyfriend did something to her. His first girlfriend is also missing, so yeah…

    Judith Ruggirello…her husband had ties with the Mafia, plus Judith was planning to leave him, possibly for somebody else. Red flags are ALL over the place with this one.
    I think she was killed and her husband’s associates helped to dispose of her body.

    Kelsie Jean Schelling…my money is on the boyfriend. He didn’t want her to have the baby and he most likely murdered Kelsie because of the unwanted pregnancy.

    Tyler Thomas…she was afraid of Joshua Keadle. He was obviously a sexual predator and he seemed obsessed with her. Need I say more?

    Tynesha Stewart…the boyfriend DEFINITELY murdered her in this case. This poor girl had so much potential (based on your write-up of her) and it’s horrible what happened to her.

    Donella Jean Coultas…I’m gonna say that I believe her husband killed her. More red flags in this case. It sounds like a domestic dispute that went horribly wrong and he murdered her, then hid the body or disposed of it somehow.

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