Search Continues for Missing Lincoln Man Near His Home

LINCOLN–(KFOR Nov. 7)–As the search continues for a missing Lincoln man, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday morning announced they are receiving additional help from Lincoln Police and the Nebraska Department of Corrections in searching the area of his home in the Yankee Hill neighborhood.

This photo from KFOR’s Jeff Motz is looking west from SW 9th and West Burnham Street that shows law enforcement vehicles parked along the side of the road as investigators work in the land space to the left in searching for 35-year-old Tyler Goodrich.

Chief Deputy Sheriff Ben Houchin said a search warrant was served on Monday at the home of 35-year-old Tyler Goodrich in the area of SW 9th and West Burnham Street, where evidence was collected but details were not revealed.

Houchin added that Goodrich’s husband, Marshall Vogel, is no longer cooperating with investigators.  Vogel organized a search party over the weekend with friends, family and law enforcement.

“Marshall Vogel and his family are no longer cooperating with the sheriff’s office on this investigation,” Houchin told reporters Tuesday morning.  But on Tuesday afternoon, Vogel’s attorney, Sanford Pollack, issued a statement to the Sheriff’s Office.

“From this point forward, please make no further efforts to interview my client, as I have instructed him to give no more statements to law enforcement. I further request that you not interview either of his children without my consent,” Pollack said.

(Photo by Jeff Motz/KFOR News)

The initial investigation shows that deputies were called around 7:45pm Friday to the home, after Goodrich and Vogel apparently got into an argument.  Once investigators showed up, Goodrich apparently left and no criminal activity was found at the time.  Vogel called LSO back Saturday night to report Goodrich as missing.

Houchin did clarify that the initial report Goodrich’s phone last pinged near SW 13th and West Van Dorn was misinformation seen on social media.  His phone was last active around his home west of SW 9th and West Burnham.

“We do not know what happened to Tyler Goodrich at this time,” Houchin said. “Everything is open at this point on what could have happened.”

If you have information on the whereabouts of Tyler Goodrich, who is 6-1, 185 pounds, call the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office at 402-441-6500.  He was last seen wearing gray shorts, a gray zip up running sweatshirt and running shoes.