Real Name: Margie Jelovcic
Nicknames: No known nicknames
Location: Gary, Indiana
Date of Birth: March 27, 1967
Weight: 140 lbs.
Marital Status: Widow
Characteristics: Caucasian female. Red hair, green eyes. Her ears are pierced.
Details: In 1996, Margie Jelovic was fulfilling her dream as a musician, playing the violin in the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and was a newlywed planning a future with her husband, Nassar. Tragically, he was killed in a car accident just six months after their wedding and Margie was shattered. She quit her job and returned to her hometown of Gary, Indiana. There, she sought security with her mother and sister and coped with her despair with her new job, managing the night shift at the tavern owned by her mother. At this job is where she first met a man named Randy Yager, a high ranking member of a motorcycle gang called the Outlaws.
He had a certain charm that attracted Margie to him, but she had no idea that he was an ex-con with a long criminal record. He and the other outlaws were under investigation for racketeering, drug dealing, and murder. Soon after they met, Margie and Randy began dating and she soon began to change. Three months later, they took a trip to Las Vegas but what Margie didn't know was that Randy and seventeen other Outlaws members were being indicted for a Midwest crime spree that included bombings, robberies, and six murders. By the time Randy was tracked to Las Vegas, he and Margie had vanished. Two weeks later, Margie returned home safely but shaken, and strangely, she was even more devoted to Randy than before. Then, three months later in 1997, she mysterious vanished once again.
Suspects: Randy Yager
Extra Notes: This case first aired on the September 4, 2001 episode.
Results: Solved. After Randy Yager was captured in Mexico in October 2014, Margie Jelovcic was killed in a car crash while fleeing from police. Her sister identified her body.
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