Bond increased for missing woman's boyfriend

Search continues for Charlene Voight in Littleton
Posted at 5:20 PM, Jul 18, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-18 21:00:45-04

LITTLETON, Colo. -- Recent Facebook photos show a happy couple: Charlene Voight and Jeff Beier cheering on the Broncos, skiing at Keystone, and celebrating her graduation.

But police and Voight's family indicated those photos don't tell the whole story.

"I would say they are on and off for about 4-5 years," said Marilyn Voight, Charlene's younger sister, speaking by phone from California.

Records show Beier was arrested four years ago in Orange County on charges of trespassing on "Charlene V.'s property," but the charges were dismissed.

Digging deeper, though, long before he met Charlene Voight, records state Beier did hard time for domestic violence, pleading guilty in 2009 to Corporal Injury on a Spouse and Threatening a Witness.

Now, Littleton Police Commander Trent Cooper said Beier is in jail on a sexual assault charge uncovered while investigating Voight's disappearance.

"The victim is a different woman," said Cooper.

In Court Monday, Beier's bond was increased to $100,000.

He refused our request for an interview, but his LinkedIn profile suggests he is a salesman and entrepreneur, a father of "7 Children" who obtained "a 6 figure income."

On Facebook, Beier posted photos of his luxury California getaway and his truck.

Police said his company, 911 Roll-Off, rents out dumpsters for major events.

Charlene Voight is listed as the registered contact for the company's website.

No one has heard from her since June 29, and her family is desperate for information.

"For everyone to please keep talking about her and hopefully something will come up," said Marilyn Voight.

Littleton Police plan to hold a news conference with more information Tuesday.