Missing Person Pennsylvania Cassandra Gross
December 11, 2018 -Thomas Stanko was charged with with conspiracy to commit forgery after he allegedly told his mother, Almira Stanko, to use his ACCESS card to get $1,200 in state food stamp funds. Almira was charged with forgery.
Sept. 25, 2018 – Cassandra Gross is still missing and there is a $10,000 reward for information leading to her being found.
Since Cassandra’s disappearance, the police have searched two Unity properties owned by Thomas G. Stanko, 48. One of the properties being searched was next to the Unity Cemetery where Stanko’s mother lives. Searchers have twice been seen, reports the TribLive.
April 15, 2018 – Thomas Stanko was arrested and charged for receiving stolen property. Authorities state it was not related to Cassandra’s case,
Cassandra Gross, 51, from Edgewater Village in Latrobe, Pennsylvania was reported missing Tuesday, April 10, 2018. Cassandra and her mother talk often and Cassandra’s phone was dead the day after she spoke to her on Saturday. Her mother was worried and Cassandra’s father went by her house. Cassandra was not there. Later, her dog was found loose on the side of the road in Beatty.
Before Cassandra went missing she had talked to her mother about a man that was “stalking her,” according to WPXI news.
Vehicle FoundGross’ vehicle was found burned in a Westmoreland County park Tuesday evening. The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander was spotted near railroad tracks by an employee on a train, police said.
Attorney David Shrager confirmed that Tom Stanko, 47, the boyfriend of Cassandra is a person of interest in the case, reports WTAE. No charges have been filed while the investigation continues.
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