Woman tried to evict husband, disappeared

@ersmommy1 (12597)
United States
April 21, 2009 10:28am CST
Have you seen this? They are really trying to keep this at the forefront. Police suspect foul play in April 2007 disappearance of Lisa Stebic. Stebic and husband Craig weren't speaking but shared the house.She filed court papers to evict him on the day she disappeared. Know something? Call 815-267-7217 -- $75,000 reward is offered. Her husband was very controlling and restrictive," "He only allowed her to have a pre-paid cell phone with a small number of minutes per month." Feeling for the family on this. It is such a shame, people go from devoted to divorce, now death? Ever been in a controlled relationship?
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• United States
21 Apr 09
I don't know if the woman in this story would be considered to have gone from devoted to divorced. She was dominated by her husband, it seems. This seems like a real control freak and a natural suspect in the disappearance. It seems likely that she told him he was to be evicted and he went nuts. Certainly, he has motivation given his personality. I hope the police are able to come to the bottom of the matter.
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• United States
22 Apr 09
I would have thought this story about what appears to be domestic abuse/murder would strike a cord with more women.
@suspenseful (40314)
• Canada
11 May 09
My husband is very bossy and he is a semi=invalid. Not a good idea. I cannot leave the house for more then two hours because he cannot get up without my help. But I doubt that he would try to kill me. My father was very bossy and he never tried to kill anyone. But this man Craig is a bit too much. I rather suspect that he killed her. You can tell if the husband is going to be controlling. for instance, if your father is controlling and he gets along well with your new husband or fiance, you can be sure both of them are control freaks. Of course, it happens that the woman feels she has no choice but to marry the guy.
@mtdewgurl74 (18118)
• United States
11 May 09
Besides my parents? Nope, but my sister has and is in one right now.(older sister) I do hope that something can be found out about this and something done. I also know someone else that is controlling. My mom has a landlord and she says he is very controlling with his wife,stepdaughter and step grandchild. Way to controlling.
@kprofgames (3100)
• United States
22 Apr 09
I think it's sad what you see realtionships out there where one controls another. Note, this isn't isolated to woman alone. There are men that feel this way too.