Welcome to the intriguing world of cold and unsolved cases in Arizona. Beyond the iconic desert landscapes and vibrant cities, the state holds a treasury of mysteries that have yet to be unraveled. These unresolved cases, frozen in time, beckon both amateur sleuths and experienced investigators to uncover the truth.
From perplexing disappearances to unsolved crimes, Arizona’s enigmatic stories urge us to explore the past and decipher the enigmas that linger. Here is a list of cold or unsolved cases in the state of Arizona (AZ) that I’ve written about:
Last seen on April 10, 2001 in Scottsdale, AZ. A triple-murder suspect disappeared after the bodies of his wife and children were found in their burning home. He’s been on the run for over 20 years.
Found dead on June 18, 1977 south of Tucson, AZ. A businessman was kidnapped, released, and then disappeared only for his body to be discovered a few weeks later. Authorities ruled the death a suicide, but his family disagrees.
Missing since June 23, 2021 from Buckeye, AZ. A 24-year-old left from a jobsite and hasn’t been seen since. His car and possessions were found, but he has not, and his family suspects foul play.
This section provides an alphabetically-sorted list of cities in Arizona where the cases I’ve written about took place, along with the year in which the cases began.
- Robinson, Daniel (2021)
- Fisher, Robert William (2001)
- Morgan, Charles “Chuck” (1977)