North American Missing Persons Network
 
Glenn Richard Hustin, Jr.

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Above Image: Hustin, circa 2001


Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

  • Missing Since: February 5, 2001 from Middleton, Gratiot County, Michigan
  • Classification: Endangered Missing
  • Date Of Birth: April 28, 1970
  • Age: 30
  • Height: 5'5"
  • Weight: 115-120 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Brown
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Male
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Scar on top of head,
    birthmark on neck, has blisters on feet, possibly wearing a
    goatee. Gold-wire-rim glasses and is known to have an
    "unkempt" look. Wears light moustache.
  • Medical Conditions: Mentally challenged.
  • Clothing: Blue and green flannel jacket,
    jeans, athletic shoes.
  • Jewelry: Silver mood ring, silver "Avon" ring
    with diamond, silver watch.
  • AKA: "Lenny", "Glenny", "Len"
  • NCIC Number: M-901369257
  • Case Number: 14-217-01


  • Details of Disappearance
    Glenn, who worked at a gas station in Middleton, Mich., was last seen at his residence in the vicinity of Davis and Caroline St. in Middleton, MI, when a co-worker at the Fulton Country Corners convenience store on M-57 dropped him off at his home about 10:30 p.m.. He was expected to arrive at his employer the morning of February 6th, but did not arrive. Hustin was reported missing by his family on February 11, 2001.
    He was scheduled to appear as a witness in an upcoming court case days after he disappeared, involving his employer and landlord. That court case concerned allegations that the employer had entered a rental unit and taken property that belonged to a tenant. Hustin was allegedly with him. Hustin was frightened that he would be fired or evicted. He disappeared about the time authorities were trying to serve him with a subpoena.
    Lenny's bike was found abandoned next to a local trucking company warehouse in Ithaca on February 20, 2001. A K-9 unit searched the area but found no additional clues. Police are aware that Hustin was using the bike because his vehicle was inoperable, but they aren't sure how it got to Ithaca.

    There has been no activity on Hustin's Social Security number. He had received government assistance checks and income tax refunds and none of those checks were ever picked up. His bank account wasn't touched, either.

    Investigators have conducted ground and air searches. Glenn was not the type of individual to break off all contact with his family. There is no other known reason (besides the court case) for him to leave his job, his home and his family.


    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Michigan State Police
    (989) 815-4112


    Source Information
    Michigan State Police
    Namus
    AMW