Scott Overbeck may have been involved in the disappearance of Sabrina Aisenberg (photo below) in 1997. Sabrina Aisenberg, 5 months old, disappeared from her crib in her parents’ home in Florida. Scott Overbeck had been in prison when he told his cell mate, Dennis Byron, that he disposed of Sabrina Aisenberg’s body.
Byron’s lawyer said his client was asked to secretly record his conversations with Overbeck. Byron was supposed to get a reduction in his jail sentence for cooperating.
Byron alleged he heard Overbeck telling him he chopped up the remains of Sabrina Aisenberg and rigged crab traps with pieces. Overbeck was supposedly acting on instruction from an acquaintance of Aisenberg.
On some sites, it was alleged Marlene Aisenberg asked Overbeck to do it for her. The claim is not confirmed. Overbeck had also allegedly implied someone in Barry Cohen’s office may have been involved in Sabrina Aisenberg’s disappearance. Officials had hinted that some claims may not be reliable but they would investigate all leads. In July 2008, investigators said Barry Cohen was not a suspect, target or person of interest in the case of Sabrina Aisenberg’s disappearance.
Marlene Aisenberg and Steve Aisenberg were initially suspects but they were cleared. The Aisenbergs have relocated to Maryland.
Scott Overbeck has been in and out of prison in the previous 20 years. Overbeck was released after he spoke to Byron. But he has committed another crime and will be going back to prison.
In October 2008, Scott Overbeck, 44, pleaded guilty to possession of an explosive device. Overbeck kept a homemade bomb in his bedroom. The device was detonated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
For this charge, Scott Overbeck was convicted and sentenced to 37 months in a federal prison.
Sabrina Aisenberg photo.
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