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« on: November 13, 2007, 11:07:10 PM »

Kyle Fleischmann



Kyle Fleischmann is a 6'0", 24-year-old male with brown hair.
He has a muscular build and weighs approx. 180lbs.

Kyle was last seen early Friday morning (11/9/07) around 2:20am in Uptown Charlotte, NC


leaving the Buckhead Saloon on 5th Street and College Street.

Kyle was wearing a black shirt, jeans, and black dress shoes.
Kyle left his black pea coat at the bar along with his credit card. There has been no usage of his bank funds since.


It is not known whether or not Kyle took a cab or tried to find a ride home.
His last contact was 3 phone calls made around 3:30am Friday morning to friends and family.
He did not leave any messages and his cell phone has been off since.


Kyle is a graduate of Elon University.


If you have any information regarding Kyle's whereabouts after 2:30am Friday morning,
who he left Buckhead Saloon with, or anything else you may find helpful please contact:

Richard Fleischmann at 704-258-7782 
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Daniel at 336-262-6958

Thank you and may your thoughts and prayers be with Kyle and his family.


http://www.helpfindkyle.com/
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« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2007, 11:07:25 PM »

http://www.charlotte.com/112/story/358325.html

Posted on Sun, Nov. 11

Man, 24, missing from uptown since Friday
Family is asking for help


EMILY S. ACHENBAUM
eachenbaum@charlotteobserver.com


 Kyle Fleischmann, 24, was last seen leaving Buckhead Saloon in uptown at 2:15 a.m. Friday.Friends and family of Kyle Fleischmann are asking for the public's help in finding the 24-year-old, who they say has been missing since early Friday morning.

Fleischmann was last seen leaving Buckhead Saloon in uptown at 2:15 a.m. Friday. Fleischmann, a 2006 Elon University graduate, had spent Thursday night at the Dane Cook show with friends, according to friend Daniel Scagnelli. Scagnelli said the group of a half-dozen friends then went to the bar, where Fleischmann was upbeat and dancing.

One by one, the friends left the bar over the next few hours, while Fleischmann stayed, Scagnelli said. A search of the bar found Fleischmann's coat and debit card -- his friends say he'd been drinking and likely forgot them.

They believe he did not have any other money on him. He placed a few calls from his cell phone around 2:30 a.m., not leaving messages. Scagnelli said friends believe he was calling for a ride.

Scagnelli said he doesn't know of any personal, financial or criminal problems Fleischmann was having. He has never vanished before.

"He's just disappeared," Scagnelli said.

Fleischmann didn't show up to his health care staffing job Friday, and friends and family haven't heard from him. They've spent the weekend calling jails and hospitals, and taping posters with pictures of Fleischmann uptown. Calls to Fleischmann's cell phone have gone straight to voice mail, and he never moved his car, which was left at a friend's house.

Fleischmann is 6 feet tall, 180 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. He was last seen wearing jeans, a black T-shirt, and black dress shoes.

A missing persons report has been filed with Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. If you have any information about Fleischmann's whereabouts, call police at 911

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« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2007, 11:10:24 PM »

http://www.wsoctv.com/news/14587457/detail.html




Dozens Gather Uptown To Look For Missing Charlotte Man

POSTED: 6:14 pm EST November 13, 2007
UPDATED: 7:32 pm EST November 13, 2007


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- From nearby construction workers to passing bicyclists to dear loved ones, dozens of people are searching in uptown Charlotte for Kyle Fleischmann.

He was last seen Thursday night at the Buckhead Saloon on Church Street. Eyewitness News talked to friends who were with him before he disappeared.

“There has to be something, because at this point we just would like to know,” said Mary Lockhart.

“We hope that somebody comes forward that knows something just to get this resolved one way or another,” said Christina Scagnelli.


Surveillance video shows Fleischmann leaving the bar alone about 2:20 a.m. Friday, but the quality isn't good and it doesn't show what direction he went.

Another problem in tracking Fleischmann is the city's uptown surveillance camera in that area wasn't pointed at the bar's entrance and a camera on top of the building wasn't working.

Now police detectives are searching through uptown Charlotte Department of Transportation cameras to find any clues.

A private investigator said the last phone call Fleischman made was transmitted from a cell phone tower on Seigle Avenue, so the dozens of searchers plan to cover the First Ward areas between the bar and the tower on Tuesday night, looking down alleys and showing pictures to those passing by.

“Just trying to get as much exposure as we can out there. He's such a good kid. Just trying to do the best we can,” said searcher Chris Potts.

Timeline


According to Kyle Fleischmann's family, Kyle went to the Buckhead Saloon after the Dane Cook performance at the Charlotte Bobcats Arena on Thursday, Nov. 8.



They think Kyle left Buckhead Saloon at 2:20 a.m. on Friday morning.



He made three cell phone calls between 2:15 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. on Friday: one to his sister, one to his best friend and one to another friend (Kyle was best man in his wedding).



His father says they don't know what happened to him after that last phone call. His phone is now going straight to voicemail.



Fleischmann’s credit card and coat were left at the bar and his bank account and car have not been used since he disappeared.

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« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2007, 11:11:00 PM »

Kyle's myspace

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=20788425
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« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2007, 11:25:31 PM »

What a handsome young man

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« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2007, 05:27:08 AM »

Missing man's friends, family canvass Uptown 10:39 PM 10:39 PM EST on Tuesday, November 13, 2007

By TONY BURBECK / WCNC
E-mail Tony: TBurbeck@WCNC.com

Kyle Fleischmann

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Dozens of friends, family members, former classmates and complete strangers searched for a missing 24-year-old Tuesday night, but Kyle Fleischmann is still missing.

He disappeared five days ago after leaving an Uptown bar. At last check there are no solid leads and no contact with him.

Tuesday, nearly 100 people searched, holding flyers, pictures and maps. It's guess work.

"How far are you going to walk with no coat? I would be looking to get indoors any way I could,” said family friend Kandace Hopper while searching in Uptown.

"To see anybody go missing like this is just something you don't want to see happen,” said friend Shaun Sanders.

Sometimes, people disappear because they don't want to be found.

Family members think it is foul play. Police haven't ruled it out either.

"I know him well enough to know he would not do this,” Hopper said.

Kyle's father Richard says his son had another reason to be around.

"Because his mom is being operated on on Friday for cancer,” he said.

The search focused on an eight-block radius from Buckhead Saloon. That is where Kyle was drinking, left his debit card, called his sister for a ride home but didn't get an answer, walked out and made a few more calls looking for rides.

Those calls ended 3:30 a.m. Friday.

"We know he probably wandered around for an hour due to his phone records,” Hopper said.

Those calls trace back to a tower near Seigle Avenue and East 10th Street. That's the reason for the eight-block radius.

There's a lot of land in between, no Kyle and a family grateful for the help.

"Gotta search,” Fleischmann said.

Police did not take part in this. They have filed a missing persons report and assigned a detective. However, in general, missing persons who are adults don't warrant a big police response unless there's proof of a crime.

 

 
 

 

 
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« Reply #6 on: November 15, 2007, 06:52:46 AM »

Online Crusade to Find Missing N.C. Man

More Than 16,000 Users Join Facebook Group Devoted to Kyle Fleischmann's Search. Since his disappearance, more than 16,000 Facebook users have joined a group devoted to searching for Kyle Fleischmann, a graduate from Elon University who lives and works in Charlotte, N.C., as a health care recruiter.
 
 Kyle Fleischmann's mother is about to undergo cancer surgery.

That alone is enough evidence for Richard Fleischmann to conclude that his 24-year-old son, last seen a week ago at a Charlotte, N.C., bar, is the victim of foul play.


"He didn't run away when his mother's going into surgery," Richard Fleischmann told ABC News.

Since his disappearance, more than 16,000 Facebook users have joined a group devoted to searching for Fleischmann, a graduate of Elon University who lives and works in Charlotte as a health care recruiter. There is also a Web site devoted to finding Fleischmann, www.helpfindkyle.com.

The site is being managed by Daniel Scagnelli, who described himself as Fleischmann's best friend and was with him at the Buckhead Saloon the night Fleischmann disappeared.

Scagnelli is also involved in the search, which a private investigator is leading. While the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department took the initial missing person report a week ago, Fleischmann is an adult and there is so far no evidence of a crime. Both factors make the case less of a police priority.

Fleischmann went with a group of friends last Thursday night to see comedian Dane Cook perform. Afterward, the group went to the local bar. As they split up, with some friends heading home, Scagnelli said Fleischmann stuck around, chatting with a group of girls with whom he had a mutual friend.

The girls left Fleischmann, Scagnelli said, and the bar's surveillance camera caught him leaving alone at 2:20 a.m. Fleischmann left his debit card and his jacket. Scagnelli said that his friend was likely a bit drunk, but not "blackout" drunk.

At 2:19 a.m., Fleischmann called his sister but did not leave a message, according to phone records.

At 3:28 a.m., Fleischmann called Scagnelli, but did not leave a message. At 3:29 a.m., he called his roommate, Bruce Mottern, and again, did not leave a message.

Fleischmann's whereabouts from 2:20 a.m., when he left the bar, until 3:29 a.m. remains unknown.


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« Reply #7 on: November 18, 2007, 10:24:17 AM »

http://www.charlotte.com:80/local/story/368046.html

Posted on Sun, Nov. 18, 2007
Unusual spotlight on missing man
GREG LACOUR AND EMILY S. ACHENBAUM

Nearly 300 volunteers wearing pins, stickers and shirts bearing Kyle Fleischmann's face and name helped emergency workers search for him Saturday throughout central Charlotte.

The disappearance of the 24-year-old, last seen in an uptown bar Nov. 9, is unusual among missing persons cases: He's an adult. He's a man. And, after more than a week, no one knows what happened to him.

But perhaps the most unlikely aspect, experts and investigators say, is the outpouring of public attention his case has received.

Tens of thousands of people, maybe more, have heard Fleischmann's name -- through the Internet, on TV, in newspapers and on billboards. The case has gotten air time on everything from "America's Most Wanted" to CNN. On Saturday night, a Facebook page for Fleischmann had close to 42,000 members.

At least 13 people have disappeared in Mecklenburg County this year. None has received even close to the same attention. (The ******* tried to contact relatives of the city's other reported missing people, but they declined comment or could not be reached.)

On Saturday, Fleischmann's parents, Dick and Barbara, spoke again at an emotional news conference.

"We're so grateful," Barbara Fleischmann said. "It's amazing people would do this."

Investigators in the Fleischmann case say they're pleased with the attention. But they wonder why few cases are treated the same way.

The Fleischmann family and a network of his friends, many of them fellow Elon University alumni, did put his story in the public sphere soon after his disappearance. Fairly or not, experts say, those are the kinds of cases that garner the most attention and generate the most leads.

Experts say race, gender and age play roles, too, exemplified by the much-discussed "missing white woman syndrome" attending the broadly covered disappearances of Natalee Holloway, Laci Peterson and others, or the phenomenon of missing white girls such as JonBenet Ramsey and Elizabeth Smart.

"If you're African American, Indian, Hispanic or beyond 25," your case is less likely to get noticed, said Monica Caison, the founder of Community United Effort Center for Missing Persons, a Wilmington nonprofit.

Of the 13 people reported missing in the county this year, eight are black females and two are Hispanic females. Eight are juveniles.

The public also tends to pay more attention to missing people according to how they appear in photographs, Caison said. She said she once, as an experiment, went to a grocery store with two photos of a missing girl -- one taken at school, another of her flashing a peace sign on Christmas morning.

When she displayed the school photo, nearly everyone stopped and took note. When she showed the other one, hardly anyone did.

"It's all in the presentation," Caison said. "I know it sounds ugly, but that's what people say."

Yet all the attention hasn't led to Fleischmann. Investigators won't say whether they suspect foul play. They have said only that they continue to hold interviews and pursue leads.

-- STAFF WRITERS CLEVE R. WOOTSON JR. AND FRED KELLY CONTRIBUTED.

-- Greg Lacour: 704-358-5067; Emily S. Achenbaum: 704-358-5164

Have you seen Kyle Fleischmann? Fleischmann is 6 feet tall and 180 pounds, with green eyes and brown hair. He was wearing jeans, a black T-shirt and black dress shoes. If you have information about the case, call 911.
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« Reply #8 on: November 18, 2007, 10:14:07 PM »

Police: Technicians Remove Items From Missing Man's Home
Detectives Continue Investigation Into Missing Man


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Sunday police K-9 units and crime scene technicians searched the area around 24-year-old Kyle Fleischmann's South Charlotte condo. Several bags full of items were taken from the residence.

The 24-year-old was last seen in Uptown Charlotte one week ago. Fleischmann got separated from friends at Buckhead Saloon and left the bar alone around 2:20 a.m. Nov. 9. He made his last cell phone call about an hour later and hasn’t been heard from since.

Firefighters and nearly 300 volunteers including Fleischmann’s family and friends combed a 9 mile area around Charlotte on Saturday.

Officials said, “Thanks due to the efforts of the many volunteers numerous personal items were located. However, no significant items were found to better answer where Kyle Fleischmann may be.”

Sunday detectives went back to Fleischmann's condo and interviewed his roommates. Officials said, "'Mr. Fleischmann's roommates have been extremely cooperative. They are not suspects in this case."

Eyewitness News was on the scene today when crime scene technicians removed some items from the residence for additional analysis. Police said, "While we cannot comment on those items, we can say they were taken as part of a thorough investigation into the young man's disappearance."

Kyle's father, Richard Fleischmann, tells us the bags were filled with his son's clothes. Police told him the scent from the clothes will better aid the K-9's in their search.

Charlotte Fire, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police and the private investigation firm hired by Fleischmann’s family will continue to work together on the next steps in the investigation. For now detectives continue to interview anyone that knew Kyle or may have information that will lead to his whereabout.

"We are grateful for the valuable search operation that has been underway in Charlotte over the last week," said Richard Fleischmann. "We would ask as people go about their activities to please consider looking in and around your businesses or private property for anything that may help us find our son".

There is a $10,000 reward being offered for information that leads to finding Fleischmann.
http://www.wsoctv.com/news/14632511/detail.html
Police encourage anyone with information to call CrimeStoppers at 704-334-1600.
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« Reply #9 on: November 19, 2007, 08:06:50 AM »

Found this on another site

I have been thinking about this and connecting these two in my mind. These are my thoughts and mine alone, but I cannot somehow wonder if the disappearances of Justin Gaines and Kyle Fleishchmann are not possibly connected.

Justin Gaines was last seen at Wild Bill’s in Duluth, GA on Thursday night, November 1st. Kyle Fleischmann disappeared from Buckhead Saloon in Charlotte, NC in the early morning hours of Friday morning (was at the club also on a Thursday night) on 11/9/7.

As you see from the map, these two bars are approximately a 3 ½ hour drive.


Kyle Fleischmann is a 6′0″, 24-year-old male with brown hair. He has a muscular build and weighs approx. 180lbs.


Justin is described as being 5″11′ and 210 lbs with a muscular build. He has blue eyes and brown hair with a short buzz cut.

Looking at their pictures, they look very similar.

Justin is 18, Kyle 24. Both men reportedly stepped outside the bars they were in and made phone calls. Neither has been seen since.

Could there be a possible connection?


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« Reply #10 on: November 19, 2007, 08:22:29 AM »

  mmmmmmm...interesting
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« Reply #11 on: November 19, 2007, 11:37:04 AM »

Klaas - Something just hit me!!

We have a case of another young man that totally disappeared from a bar about 8 months ago. He was spotted on the bar surveillance cameras. Than he was gone.

Do you recall that young man and his name?
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« Reply #12 on: November 19, 2007, 11:41:45 AM »

Klaas - Something just hit me!!

We have a case of another young man that totally disappeared from a bar about 8 months ago. He was spotted on the bar surveillance cameras. Than he was gone.

Do you recall that young man and his name?

Not off the top of my head but I'll look for it.
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« Reply #13 on: November 19, 2007, 12:10:21 PM »

Klaas - Something just hit me!!

We have a case of another young man that totally disappeared from a bar about 8 months ago. He was spotted on the bar surveillance cameras. Than he was gone.

Do you recall that young man and his name?

Not off the top of my head but I'll look for it.

Brian Shaffer from Ohio.??  Or  Matt LaCrosse from Maine.??
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« Reply #14 on: November 19, 2007, 04:32:13 PM »

http://www.findbrianshaffer.com/ 

Must be Brian...And yes...he is from Ohio...but he went missing on April 1, 2006.

Matt LaCrosse (Maine) has only been missing a week and a half.
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« Reply #15 on: November 19, 2007, 08:52:38 PM »

http://www.findbrianshaffer.com/ 

Must be Brian...And yes...he is from Ohio...but he went missing on April 1, 2006.

Matt LaCrosse (Maine) has only been missing a week and a half.

Thats him Nut!!!
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« Reply #16 on: November 19, 2007, 09:01:03 PM »

Ya know - we have a rash of young people disappearing from bars.
Not all of these cases are crimes, but a good majority of them certainly are. We should start a thread on this phenomenon. I think I will  Very Happy
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« Reply #17 on: December 16, 2007, 03:58:05 PM »

http://news14.com/content/headlines/590529...ad/Default.aspx

Fleischmann's dad believes son dead

12/09/2007 05:56 PM
By: Aaron Mesmer

In an interview with News 14 Carolina, Kyle Fleischmann’s father discussed his belief that his son has died.

CHARLOTTE -- Exactly one month ago Sunday, 24-year old Kyle Fleischmann disappeared from an uptown Charlotte bar.

His friends and family gathered in Charlotte Sunday evening, as well as in many other places across the state, including Elon, Pineville, Wilmington and Raleigh, to pray for his return.

The vigil was held outside of the Buckhead Saloon in Charlotte, where Fleischmann went missing. His father, Dick, was on hand, and admitted that he believed his son to be dead.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600. “I believe that he was killed,” said Dick. “I think somebody either took him for a ride in the car and something went wrong, but the fact that he hasn’t communicated in four weeks, in light of his mother’s situation and everything else, I believe he’s just physically not able to communicate which would lead me to believe that he’s probably deceased. And I’d like to see this .. move toward a crime investigation as opposed to a missing person.”

Dick said that he and his wife and family had discussed this possibility, and had concurred that they believed Kyle to no longer be alive. They now hope that continued vigils will help reach out to someone who might have heard any information that might lead to Kyle’s discovery and put the issue at peace.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600.
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« Reply #18 on: December 16, 2007, 03:58:35 PM »

http://www.wavy.com/Global/story.asp?S=7473965

Father acknowledges missing son most likely victim of fatal crime

Associated Press - December 10, 2007 8:05 AM ET

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - The father of a young man missing for more than a month believes his son was the victim of a fatal crime.

Dick Fleischmann attended a vigil Sunday for his 24-year-old son, Kyle, who hasn't been seen since he left an uptown Charlotte bar November 9th.

His father asked that anyone who overheard Kyle talk about his plans that night, or saw him as he left the bar, to please come forward. He said he and his wife just need information to put things to rest.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said the case is an active missing-person investigation and are asking for help to identify people in a newly released surveillance video from inside the Buckhead Saloon.

A reward for information about Fleischmann's whereabouts has reached $25,000.


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« Reply #19 on: December 16, 2007, 03:58:59 PM »

http://www.charlotte.com/breaking_news/story/405604.html

Police release Fleischmann video

CLEVE R. WOOTSON JR.
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Officers investigating the disappearance of Kyle Fleischmann have released another video that they hope will provide leads in the month-old case.

The video, released Thursday, shows the outside of Buckhead saloon around the time the Elon graduate went missing.

Fleischmann, 24, was last seen at the uptown Charlotte bar on Nov. 9 at about 2:15 a.m.

The release is the second time in this case that officers have made security videos available to the public. A video made public on Dec. 7 showed the inside of the saloon. Officers hoped to identify people who left the bar at about the same time as Fleischmann.

The video: http://charlottenc.granicus.com/MediaPlaye...?publish_id=118
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