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Hatheway was last seen in Worcester, Massachusetts on December 21, 2014. She left her aunt's house to say she was going for a ride with a friend and would be right back. She never returned. She left all her belongings behind. Authorities later learned the friend she went out with was her ex-boyfriend, Kevin K. Crozier. They had lived together until shortly before her disappearance, but Hatheway had moved out of his home on December 13. Crozier said they went to a friend's house and got drunk. The friend drove them to Crozier's home, which was in the 10 block of Dixfield Road and belonged to his grandmother. Crozier stated he and Hatheway went inside and he passed out, and when he woke up she was gone. She has never been heard from again.
Sabrina lived with Crozier in his grandmother's home in the 10 block of Dixfield Road until shortly before her disappearance. On January 1, the Dixfield Road residence burned down. In March, Crozier and two others, Scott T. Phelan and Lionel Bermudez, were charged with arson in connection with the fire. Authorities believe Crozier offered Phelan and Bermudez a cut of the insurance money on the house, which was valued at $134,000. It turned out it wasn't insured, however. Photographs of Crozier, Bermudez and Phelan are posted below this case summary. Phelan and Bermudez both have criminal records for drug offenses. Crozier, previously served several years in prison for beating an elderly man, and Hatheway's loved ones stated he was very abusive towards her. He maintains his innocence in her disappearance and says he loves her.
Left: Kevin Crozier;
Center: Lionel Bermudez;
Right: Scott Phelan