Authorities seem to have a mixed bag of clues in the vanishing of Margaret Haddican-McEnroe. On the one hand it is very possible that she left the responsibilities of caring for 3 children and a husband and simply took $11,000 in cash and walked away. On the other hand, there was a report of domestic violence just the day before, but it was resolved by Margaret leaving the home and cooling off at her parent's home. She returned home, talked to friends on the phone that day, and then disappeared.
Her husband, Timothy McEnroe did not report her missing for 2 days in the hopes that she would come back like she had in the past when they quarreled, but she did not return. Her vehicle and a broken cell phone were left behind, along with three daughters, who family members swear she would never leave.
It has also been reported that Margaret had a fiery temper that often showed itself during arguments with her husband and that there had been problems in the marriage. She was a physically strong woman, an army veteran and a firefighter who earned a Valor Award for her efforts saving lives. Margaret was also a loving mother of a then 9 year old daughter from a previous relationship, and two young daughters under 2.
There is no other choice but to handle this case by going in two different directions in the investigation. Searches in the area have not turned up any substantial clues to Margaret's whereabouts, her bank account and cell phone have not had any activity since the day she went missing, and no one has used her credit cards.
Margaret was adopted into the Haddican family and it was reported that she had found her birth mother and they had forged a good, friendly relationship.
Many mysterious circumstances and many questions are still needing answers. Could Margaret still be alive after two years, living in hiding away from her children and family? Did her husband, Timothy, have anything to do with her disappearance? All aspects of these questions are being thoroughly investigated, although they say there is "no evidence" of whether Margaret is alive, committed suicide or if foul play is indeed involved. Law enforcement is forced to take a strong look at the domestic relationship between Margaret and Timothy, by all accounts a stormy one.
In the meantime, 3 little girls have that void in their lives, the torment of not knowing where their mother might be and why did she leave them.
She would have turned 31 in August. Her three daughters miss her, particularly oldest daughter Sarah. The child is now 10, and "not knowing where her mommy is and whether she is even alive is painful for her," Patrick Haddican said.Charley Project
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