Monday, February 23, 2009

Monday4 the Missing ~Jasmine Haslag~



Please Help Us Find Jasmine Haslag!
Those are the first words that cry out to me,
on Jasmine's website.


I read through Jasmine's case...
her description, the last time she was seen, and a plea from her mom, asking that ANYONE who might know the whereabouts of her daughter to please step forward.
Link for Printable Poster


Date of Birth: 7-19-1975
Date Missing: 6-17-2007
From City/State: Russellville, MO
Age at Time of Disappearance: 31

Identifying Characteristics:
Pierced ears, missing molars, burn scars on insides of both forearms, previously broken forearm.

Investigative Agency:
Cole County Sheriff's Department
(573) 659-8477


Reported by: Vanessa McClure
Published: Wednesday, July 18, 2007
COLE COUNTY -
After someone's been missing for a month, authorities often suspect "foul play" and that's what happened in the Cole County disappearance of Jasmine Haslag.

Wednesday afternoon, the Cole County Sheriff said he thinks criminal activity or other players may be involved in Haslag's disappearance.

Her car was found abandoned in Callaway County.

Thirty-one-year old Haslag was living in Russellville, about 14 miles southeast of Jefferson City, when she went missing.

Neighbors in the town say she'd only been living there for three months. The Cole County Sheriff's department is following leads but says it has no evidence within its county to work with.

"We're doing everything that we can think of within our power to locate her. We've certainly followed up on voluminous numbers of leads," said Cole County Sheriff Greg White. "But after this length of time, with no one having any tangible contact with her, we certainly have to look at the possibility that criminal activity could be involved." READ MORE...
Sheriff Suspects Foul Play


Impact Statement

My adult daughter, Jasmine Haslag, went missing in June 2007.

Since that time I have spent every waking moment searching for her. I've spent every waking moment wondering what happened to my first-born daughter. I do not believe she ran away.

I believe there are people out there who have the answers and I will not stop until I know them and my daughter is found.

Having a missing loved one is a loss that dominates your life and it is a loss that no human being should ever have to deal with. When Jasmine first disappeared, I searched for help and was unable to find an organization, like Missouri Missing, to help me.

That is one of the main reasons I have worked so hard to make Missouri Missing grow and become one of the best organizations out there for missing persons.

As a co-founder, I hope to accomplish many things including educating the public on this ambiguous loss.

I hope to continue building an organization that can assist families presently suffering and those who may suffer in the future. I wholeheartedly believe this can be accomplished if we all unite as one voice for all of our missing loved ones.

I invite you to join in our efforts.
Peggy Florence - Co-founder
Missouri Missing


By Mallory McGowin
Monday, April 21, 2008
CALLAWAY COUNTY --

UPDATE: The FBI has confirmed fingerprints taken from the female body found Sunday afternoon near Mokane are not those of Jasmine Haslag.

Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane says the Missouri Highway Patrol could not find a match to the prints in state databases; and FBI officials did not get a hit on the prints when they searched the National Missing Person database.

Callaway County officials say an anthropologist will now investigate the remains to learn more about the victim, trying to determine an approximate time and date of death.
Authorities say body found is not Jasmine Haslag

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