From the Mighty Mo to the Mississippi: Aug. 3-7 Marks 12 Unsolved Cases

On August 8, 2014, in Anniversaries, Missing Persons, Murder Trials, by Jody Ewing

The years spanned more than a century — from 1886 to 2013 — but five days this month marked a dozen departures from many loved one’s lives. On August 3, 1886, prohibitionist preacher George C. Haddock was shot dead in Sioux City, Iowa, after leaving his buggy at a local stable. Just four years earlier, Iowa voters had […]

Moville

On January 9, 2014, in , by Jody Ewing

Cold Cases in Moville, Iowa         Missing Person Dale R. Robinson Age at Report: 84 Weight: 90 lbs. Height: 5’06” Eyes: Blue Incident Type: Endangered / physical Missing from: Moville, IA Woodbury County Missing Since: August 3, 2013 Dale Robinson, 84, was reported missing to the Moville Police Department on Saturday, Aug. […]

Dale Robinson

On January 9, 2014, in , by Jody Ewing

Courtesy photo Facebook Dale Robinson has been missing from Moville, Iowa, since Aug. 3, 2013. Dale R. Robinson Presumed Deceased NAME: Dale Richard Robinson AGE AT REPORT: 84 WEIGHT: 90 lbs. HEIGHT: 5’06” RACE: White HAIR: Gray EYES: Blue SEX: Male INCIDENT TYPE: Endangered / physical MISSING FROM: Moville, IA Woodbury County AGENCY: Moville Police […]

Woodbury County

On November 13, 2010, in , by Jody Ewing

Cold Cases in Woodbury County, Iowa   Note: These are cold cases that exist in Woodbury County, though many may fall under the jurisdiction of the Sioux City Police Department or other cities/townships within Woodbury County. They are listed here for cross-reference purposes because they are within Woodbury County. Cases are listed in chronological order […]

Missing Persons

On October 12, 2010, in , by Jody Ewing

The Missing Persons Cases For so many — including Iowans — it is the book thousands of families have long wished someone would write. It doesn’t provide just hope, it offers clear and insightful methods for those who want to get involved in finding out what happened to a loved one who went missing long […]