Real Name: Adam Arthur Hecht
Nicknames: No Known Nicknames
Location: Los Angeles, California
Date: June 7, 1989
Occupation: Tennis Instructor
Date of Birth: August 6, 1965
Weight: 160 lbs
Marital Status: Unrevealed
Characteristics: Caucasian male. Black hair, hazel eyes. Has burn scars on his right hand.
Details: Twenty-four year old Adam Hecht was the son of a famous movie producer and after graduating from Beverly Hills High, he got a job as a tennis instructor. On January 10, 1989, Adam and his brother Harold went to breakfast at a local restaurant, and in the front of it they encountered a street person. A few minutes later, Adam left the table and went outside and talked to the street person. Harold asked his brother but he did not say why he went to the man. After they left the restaurant, Harold saw Adam talking to the man, whose name was Tony. Adam later invited Tony to move in with him. Soon afterwards, Adam brought Tony to visit his mother Martine and she felt uncomfortable. Adam talked about Tony to his mother during the entire meal, and he said that he was helping him mature. Afterwards, Adam began visiting Skid Row and hanging out with the street people. Tony and Adam began to do several rituals together, and one time Adam burnt his hand. On June 10, 1989, Harold arrived at Adam's apartment, after he had not heard from him in several days. Tony was at the apartment, but he said that Adam was not there and he didn't know where he was. A few days later, Martine went to the apartment, and Tony began grabbing on to Martine, trying to give her a kiss, and then saying "I'm your son!". The Hechts then reported Adam missing and had Tony evicted in July. Authorities investigated the possibility that Tony was responsible for Adam's disappearance, but no evidence was found to support that theory. One month after Adam vanished, his car was found abandoned on a Beverly Hill side street. On the windshield were several parking tickets, and inside his keys were still in the ignition, and his wallet and jacket were found in the car as well. His family does not believe that Adam decided to disappear, but the authorities claim that their is no evidence of foul play in the case. Some believe that Tony knows more about the case then he said, and that Adam may have been murdered by him or someone on the streets. One year after Adam vanished, Harold ran into Tony on the streets and asked if he knew what happened to Adam, but Tony said that if he just stayed on the streets for a while, he would know. His disappearance remains unsolved.
Suspects: Tony was originally suspected in the case, but authorities later learned that he knew nothing of Adam's whereabouts.
Extra Notes: The case was featured as a part of the October 17, 1990 episode.