23 Year Old Jonathan M. Schaff Missing Since 1/18/14 in Granville, NY

 

23 year old Jonathan M. Schaff from Fairfield, VT has been missing since Saturday, January 18, 2014 in Granville, New York. Schaff was last seen around 4:30 a.m. after an altercation at Riverside Pub on Main Street in Granville. According to the Granville Police, Schaff suffered a cut to his head and his glasses were broken during the bar fight; however, he was not believed to have been seriously injured. Police said that Schaff  had been drinking, but it was unclear whether he was intoxicated. [Editors note, um, if you are drinking in a Granville bar and getting into a fight, you were intoxicated.] Schaff was last seen walking east on Main Street, wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt, brown Carhartt jacket and blue jeans. Schaff is described as 6 feet tall, 170 pounds, with blue eyes and brown hair. Police said Schaff and two friends had parked a their car at Loomis Trucking, near the state line, and walked a half-mile or so to the Granville bar.

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Missing:  Jonathan M. Schaff

Jonathan M. Schaff, 23, was last seen around 4:30 a.m. after an altercation at Riverside Pub on Main Street in Granville, according to Granville Police. He was reported missing late Saturday afternoon.

Dozens of searchers from New York and New England returned to an area along the state line that is dotted with slate quarries and streams, looking for clues as to where Schaff has gone. The search expanded to an area north along county Route 25 and Vermont Route 31 later Monday, after cell phone data potentially placed his phone further north, police said. It was unclear what the time frame was for the phone data, however.

The search was called off for the day at dusk Monday, and was to resume Tuesday morning.

Granville Police said Schaff suffered a cut to his head and his glasses were broken during the fight. He was not believed to have been seriously injured. No arrests were reported by police in connection with the fight. Police said he had been drinking, but it was unclear whether he was intoxicated, police said.

He was last seen walking east on Main Street, wearing a gray hooded sweat shirt, brown Carhartt jacket and blue jeans.

Police said Schaff and two friends had parked a car at Loomis Trucking, near the state line, and walked a half-mile or so to the Granville bar.


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UPDATE I: Jonathan M. Schaff is suspected to be in the Pawlet or Wells areas.

A Fair Haven man is thought to be in the Pawlet area after disappearing early Saturday morning following a pub fight in Granville, N.Y., Vermont State Police said Monday.

Schaff left the Riverside Pub on foot, and he was last seen walking east on East Main Street in the area of the New York-Vermont state line, police said. Cell phone data collected by police placed Schaff possibly in the area of Sheldon’s Concrete or Newmont Slate Company on Vermont 149 in Pawlet.

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Anyone with information in the case was asked to call Granville Police at 642-1414 or Vermont State Police at 802-773-9101.

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