Topic: “Long Term Missing: The McStay Family Homicides”
Description: The long term missing case of the McStay family who disappeared from their family home in February of 2010. Their bodies were discovered on November 13, 2013 in the desert near Victorville, California.
Dan Hanke has worked for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department for 16 years and is currently assigned as a sergeant in Internal Affairs. He has been assigned to corrections, patrol, training, homicide, patrol watch commander, and detective sergeant. He has a Master in Public Administration with an emphasis in Government and Policy and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration. Dan is married with three children, and they live in Southern California.