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Missing Patricia Weeks
Patricia, circa 1968; Robert Weeks, circa 1987
Missing Since 04/25/1968
Las Vegas, Nevada
Classification Endangered Missing
Age 34 years old
Height and Weight Unknown
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Blonde hair. Patricia's nickname is Pat.
Details of Disappearance Patricia was last seen in Las Vegas, Nevada on April 25, 1968. She disappeared a few weeks after her divorce from her husband, Robert Weeks, had been finalized. She had been granted custody of their four young children. After her disappearance, her car was found abandoned in a parking lot. Robert told people that Patricia "either had a nervous breakdown or is probably dead." Besides Patricia, Robert was connected to three other missing persons.
When the police spoke to Robert about Riley's disappearance, they he told them she had canceled their dinner date and he had no idea what happened to her. On April 7, just two days after her disappearance, Smith left town, telling his roommate he was going on a business trip, and dropped out of sight.
Authorities subsequently learned "Robert Smith"'s true identity and the fact that three other people he had been involved with had disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Police launched a manhunt for him, and he and the four disappearances were profiled on the television show Unsolved Mysteries. Thanks to tips from people who saw the show, in April 1987 he was located in Tucson, Arizona, where he'd been living under the name Charles F. Stolzenberg. He was arrested on an outstanding embezzlement charge out of Nevada, and questioned about the four disappearances. In July 1987, he was indicted for Patricia and Jabour's murders.
A photo of Robert is posted with this case summary. At his trial, numerous witnesses testified that he was a controlling and abusive man, prone to jealous rages. Two of his and Patricia's children took the stand to talk about how their father had beaten their mother on numerous occasions; others corroborated this, and Patricia had twice gotten restraining orders against her husband. Witnesses also testified that when Robert saw Patricia sitting next to a male neighbor on a piano bench, he beat the man so severely he was unrecognizable, and didn't regain consciousness for three days.
Passages from Robert's diary were presented for the jury; he wrote bitterly about Jabour, saying, "You have humiliated me beyond belief. I will even the score." The jury was permitted to hear about Riley's suspicious disappearance as well.
In April 1988, he was convicted of Patricia's murder and Jabour's murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. It was the first time in Nevada history that someone was convicted of murder without the victim's body. He died in prison in 1996; he was never charged in Riley and Shaw's disappearances.
None of the bodies of the missing people connected to him have ever been found. He was interested in mining, and may have dumped them in mine shafts in the Nevada desert.
Investigating Agency / Department
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department