Cold Case Mendocino

Telling the Tales of the Emerald Triangle’s Missing and Murdered People



Fort Bragg Man Missing Since Late June; Family and Law Enforcement Seek Public’s Help in Locating Him

Ann Gittings woke up in the early morning of June 27 to find her adult son Robert Gittings nowhere to be found. In the weeks preceding his disappearance, Ann said she was concerned for her son’s declining mental health. After he had been missing for several days, Ann reported her son’s disappearance to Fort Bragg Police Department.

Mission Statement

Many seek the solitude and beauty of Mendocino County. For the many who call the Emerald Triangle their home, the line is thin between solitude and isolation. When living amongst the wilderness and waves, it is important citizens care about the well being of their neighbors. Cold Case Mendocino hopes to unite community members of the Emerald Triangle in the shared task of the finding those that have been lost. Families are forever affected when loved ones disappear. Citizens with boots on the ground must carry the torch of the missing forward. Please contact Cold Case Mendocino if you know of any Missing or Endangered Persons in Mendocino County and the greater Emerald Triangle


About Me

Matt LaFever has lived in the Emerald Triangle for nearly 15 years. He completes all the research, interviews, and writing associated with Cold Case Mendocino. During they day he works as an English and Journalism Teacher at a high school in Mendocino County.