mental illness

June 7, 2016 | Sonya Burke

Lindsey Hoggle Writes about Her Daughter, Mental Illness and Jail in Letter to Local Newspaper

Lindsey Hoggle, the mother of Catherine Hoggle and the grandmother of missing Sarah and Jacob Hoggle, has written a letter to The Washington Post about mental illness and incarceration. Her daughter, Catherine Hoggle, is being treated for mental health issues at Clifton T. Perkins State Hospital in Jessup, Maryland. Catherine is believed to be last […]

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September 8, 2015 | Sonya Burke

Find Sarah, Find Jacob: Family News Conference (VIDEO)

It’s been one year since siblings Sarah (4) and Jacob (3) Hoggle disappeared from their Montgomery County home. Their father Troy Turner, their grandmother Lindsey Hoggle and other family members met with reporters on Sept. 8 at Arora Hills Local Park in Clarksburg to discuss the status of the year old case and the search […]

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October 1, 2014 | Krista Brick

Leggett Shares His Hope in the Hoggle Case (VIDEO)

Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett shared his hope that the missing Hoggle toddlers are found safe and the difficulty in providing adequate resources for the mentally ill. Sarah, 3 and Jacob, 2 have been missing nearly four weeks, abducted by their mother who has been arrested in their disappearance but is not cooperating with police […]

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September 12, 2014 | Krista Brick

Mother Says Vigil Planned for Missing Grandchildren and Daughter

Catherine Hoggle loved to spend time at the playgrounds in the Kentlands with her two kids and now her mother is asking those who live in that community to keep an eye out to see if she might return there. Lindsey Hoggle, Catherine Hoggle’s mom told MyMCMedia Friday her daughter who has been missing since earlier […]

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February 7, 2014 | Staff Writer

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Montgomery Week in Review (Video)

Montgomery Week in Review host Don Mooers and his panel discuss balancing the civil rights of the mentally ill vs. the safety of the patient and the public. Local attorney Mariana Cordier looks at the issue from a civil rights perspective, Graciela Rivera-Oven , host of Revista Semanal Montgomery, talks about patient safety and the […]

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April 30, 2013 | Evans

Gun Crazy

We’ve all been called crazy, done crazy things or had them done to us. Some of us have even felt crazy. Consider this: Given how we use it, does the word “crazy” accurately describe the off-your-meds, maybe undiagnosed, separated-from-reality, violent and destructive mindset of someone who uses a gun to kill children? Or teens? Or […]

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