Missing: Jasmine Sue Haslag
Case: Endangered Missing
Nickname: Haslag may use the last names Florence, Lock and/or Martelli.
Missing From: Cole County, Missouri
Missing Date: June 18, 2007
Race: Caucasian Sex: female
Age at Time Missing: 31
Hair Color: Blonde/Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Scars/Piercings/Unique Marks: Haslag has pierced ears, and burn scars on the insides of both her forearms. She has missing molars and her other teeth are decaying. She has previously broken her forearm.
Other: Clothing/Jewelry Description: Possibly a zip-up hooded sweatshirt, a black and tan shirt with a peace sign printed on it and denim capri pants.
Police Agency: Cole County Sheriff’s Department 573-659-8477
Case Number: 07-1024 NamUs Case No: 242
Circumstance: Haslag was last seen at approximately 12:00 p.m. on June 17, 2007, at her residence in the 13000 block of Minnie Street in Russellville, Missouri. She was scheduled to pick up her children at 12:30 p.m. the following day from their father’s residence in Bland, Missouri, but never arrived. Her green 1996 Toyota was found abandoned on June 20, in a field off Highway 94 in Mokane, Missouri, across the Missouri river. This was in the opposite direction from the route Haslag would have taken to pick up her children. The license plate and battery had been removed from the vehicle, which had nothing in it. Haslag’s mother filed a missing persons report on June 21, four days after she was last seen.
Haslag’s boyfriend was the last person to see her. He originally stated he last saw her when she left Russellville to get her children, then changed his story and stated she dropped him off at a Wal-Mart store. The boyfriend was arrested on drug charges after Haslag disappeared, and is incarcerated. Haslag was also involved with drugs prior to her disappearance, and was due to appear in court on July 18, 2007 on charges of possessing materials to make methamphetamine and intent to distribute marijuana, both felonies. She missed her court date. Haslag did not have a criminal record prior to these charges.
Authorities believe foul play was involved in Haslag’s disappearance. They think her case may be drug-related. Her disappearance remains unsolved.