John Glasgow Missing – Death – Remains of LR Business man of Found Near Mountain
John Glasgow Missing – What happened to 45-year-old LR exec?
45-year-old John Glasgow, the chief financial officer and vice president for CDI Contractors, reportedly went missing on January 28, 2008, from his Little Rock home, and was never seen or heard from since he disappeared until a tourist photo later showed that his vehicle was parked outside Mather Lodge at Petit Jean State Park, but he was no where to be found.
The search team of John Glasgow?
A strong search team was built to recover the missing man. This team included about 30 law enforcement personnel from the Conway County sheriff’s office, the Morrilton Police Department, state Parks Department, the Arkansas State Police and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Where was the remains John Glasgow found?
There was an extensive and exhaustive search at that time which did not yield any results.
Despite rigorous searches from law enforcement, his case was declared unsolved for seven years until hikers reported that they discovered a skull March 11, 2015, in the rugged area of Petit Jean Mountain and alerted authorities.
Following the hikers’ discovery, the law enforcement enforced more searches and located the rest of the remains; Glasgow’s clothed body, along with a wallet containing a driver’s license and credit card , on a shelf of rock about 200 yards south of where the skull was found near Red Bluff Drive in a remote and rugged area of Petit Jean Mountain.
Conway County Sheriff Mike Smith says “We found the bones inside the clothing,” Smith said. “Other parts were found in the area, strewn by animals. We are pretty sure we located nearly everything. We did find the bulk of the remains.”
John Glasgow’s cause of death
After the body was recovered, it was sent to the state Crime Laboratory for an autopsy but the state medical examiner, said that the cause of death could not be determined yet, for John Glasgow. The State Crime Laboratory Director Kermit Channel said, “We will use X-rays and other techniques to do a full examination. It will take some time and effort to look for any abnormalities that they may be able to see,”
“It may take quite a while. Typically with skeletized remains, depending on how many were recovered dictates how long the examination will take.”
Smith also said, “This has always been conducted as a missing person case. The investigation is now done,
“I’m definitely comfortable with it being a missing person found and case closed.”
Though his brother Roger Glasgow believes its a case of foul play, police say other wise as Smith added that, “Seven years is a long time,
“You hear all kinds of theories. We always thought he was here. That’s what was always so hard — not knowing where to look.”
Conway County Sheriff Mike Smith announced that its certain the case will remain open and that the department is hoping to give the family more substantial information for the cause of John’s death. Smith added that the department will continue to investigate leads if any information comes up.
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