Posts Tagged ‘Cold Case Solved’

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UPDATE – Former Doctor Richard Haugh, now 71, has been captured in Columbia by Federal agents and Colombian police after being on the run for more than 2 decades due to various sex crimes against children. Click here for the latest update on this case.

 

Wanted by the Belmont Police Department / Massachusetts State Police Department for Crimes against children

Warrant #:9281CR000082

Dr. Richard S. Haugh is an accomplished author, publisher and academic. He is accused of committing numerous sexual offenses against a female child and there may be other victims out there.

Haugh was arrested in 1992 as he left his residence armed with a licensed .25 caliber handgun. He was charged and later indicted by a Middlesex Superior Court Grand Jury for two counts of Rape of a Child, two counts of Indecent A&B on a child under 14, assault to rape a child and disseminating obscene matter to a minor.

He was supposed to appear in court on August 12, 1992 but never showed up and has been on the run ever since.

Photo of Dr. Haugh taken in 1992

Description of Fugitive:

  • Full Name: Richard S. Haugh
  • Birthdate: May 4, 1942
  • On the Run Since: August 1992
  • Age Then: 51
  • Age Now: 71
  • Hair: Black (it has most likely started greying and he most likely dyed his hair lighter following his warrant).
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Race: WhiteSex: Male
  • Height:5’11” Weight: 155 pounds

Note: Richard Haugh has been on the run for over twenty years and has definitely aged since his last known appearance. It’s important you focus on features including facial shape, nose, ears, eyes, etc.

Click My Fox Boston for other fugitives evading authorities in Massachusetts.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child predator you’re urged to please contact:
Massachusetts State Police Department 1-800-KAPTURE (1-800-527-8873).

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By gum! Man arrested for 1976 cold case murder thanks to DNA evidence collected by cops in phony CHEWING GUM survey

  • Gary Raub, 63, was arrested yesterday in  Seattle in the brutal slaying of Blanche Kimball 36 years ago
  • 70-year-old was stabbed almost 50 times in  her home in Augusta, Maine
  • Police obtained the suspect’s DNA in July  after he agreed to participate in a fake chewing gum survey
  • Saliva matched DNA from blood splatted on  the woman’s kitchen cupboard
  • The murder happened on June 12,1976 and has been unsolved for over thirty-six-years
  • The victim was murdered on Memorial Day in 1976.
  • This case is the oldest unsolved murder in Maine that has been solved.

In custody: Gary Raub, pictured, has been arrested on Monday after for the 1976 stabbing death of a 70-year-old woman after DNA linked him to the crime

In custody: Gary Raub, pictured, has been arrested on Monday for the 1976  stabbing death of a 70-year-old woman after DNA obtained from chewing gum,  right, linked him to the crime

Click the link above for full story.