Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Angell was employed as a truck driver in 2000. On September 19, Trevor left a meat-packing plant in Brooks, Alta., around noon delivering a load of beef to Los Angeles. There, his truck was reloaded for Calgary. He was carrying a trailer full of bananas. He stopped at Whiskey Pete's bar in Primm, Nevada on September 22, 2000. Records show Trevor fuelled his rig in Primm on September 22. A dispatcher was among the last known to talk to Trevor that morning around 10 a.m. Trevor had also talked to his wife, saying he hadnít slept in four days.
After that Trevor wasnít answering calls from the trucking company. GPS revealed his rig remained in Primm. The company reported Trevor missing.
Three days later, his truck was discovered abandoned in the establishment's parking lot. The vehicle's cargo was intact and Angell's wallet, with no cash, was located inside the truck. Records show that Trevorís debit card was used nine times to make withdrawals until 4 a.m. September 23. Somebody said Trevor had looked sick, bent over and holding his stomach. Heíd been seen lying in the parking lot, asking for help. He seemed disoriented.
Before Trevor went missing, there were warning signs that all was not right. He followed in his parentsí footsteps working as a long haul trucker. He was stressed and feeling burned out from a truckerís life. He had been seeing a psychologist hired by the Calgary long-haul trucking company he worked for.
Trevor, married to his teenage sweetheart Teresa and a father to their two-year-old son, said he was going to quit his job. In September 2000, Trevor said an upcoming cargo haul near Los Angeles was going to be his last. Heíd made the 5,000-kilometre round trip many times before.
According to his wife, Trevorís head was easily turned by schemes to make quick, easy money. He didnít make the best choices and had friends she considered shady.
Trevor and his wife had put their Calgary house up for sale. They had leased an apartment in Cold Lake, a six-hour drive north of the city, near the Saskatchewan border. Trevor liked to drink and he liked to gamble. He didnít always keep in touch with his parents.
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Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
The Calgary Herald