Brother wants info on missing sister’s disappearance
COLONIE – Because it’s a personnel matter, North Colonie School District Superintendent Joseph Corr says he can’t comment publicly on what they know about Meghan Marohn.
Meghan’s brother, Peter Naple, told NewsChannel 13 Wednesday there’s no reason the district shouldn’t be able to tell him what they know.
"As far as the school, I don’t know what happened," Naple stated. "I know that something did upset her that happened there, and it would be nice to know what that was."
Naple believes what someone in the district knows about his sister and what may have possibly led to her disappearance in March. The 42-year-old English teacher at Shaker High School checked in to the Red Lion Motel in the Berkshires and stayed overnight. Her unlocked car was found in an unpaved parking lot at the Longcope Hiking Area in Lee, Massachusetts.
"A lot of this doesn’t make any sense," Naple said, "There was a pair of hiking boots. I don’t know how many pairs of hiking boots she had, but there was a pair of hiking boots in her car."
Especially perplexing to Naple, the possibility that Meghan never made it onto the hiking trail.
"The data from her phone and GPS has her going onto private property across the street," he pointed out.
Both volunteer and professional searchers have combed the woods for more than a month looking for Meghan, so far without any luck.
Naple says he’s in the process of hiring a private detective. Naple also says he intends to reach out soon to the school district, hoping they can share what they know with him.