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Jonathan Fraser

A 21 year old goes missing after he leaves his apartment and is never seen again.

  • Last updated: May 11, 2024
  • Honolulu, HI
  • July 30, 2016

Overview of Jonathan Fraser

Did a crime boss orchestrate this young man's death?

On November 15, 2015, at 8:00 pm, Jonathan Fraser and his friend, Caleb Miske got into a car accident. The two collided with a pickup at the intersection of Kaneohe Bay Drive and Makalani Street when a northbound vehicle was making a left turn. While there were many speculations that Jonathan was the driver it was later revealed that Caleb was the driver.

Caleb sustained critical injuries from the accident which resulted in over 4 months in the hospital. On March 12, 2016, Caleb died from his injuries. Caleb’s father, Michael "Mike" Miske had publicly blamed Jonathan for his son’s death.

Mike Miske was known for being involved in organized crime.

Jonathan was distraught over the situation. His girlfriend and mother to his child, Ashley Wong, says Jonathan was recovering from his injuries and depression, but that he wasn't suicidal or likely to run off.

“He was just really blessed to be alive at this point because the accident was really bad and we are expecting,” Ashley told Hawaii News Now. “His main goal was pretty much to recover and to become better than he was before.”

Spa Day, or Set up?

On July 30, 2016, Mike gifted Ashley and Caleb's wife, Delia, a spa day at Ko Olina. The pair were gone all day, but Ashley remembers seeing Jonathan at his apartment located in the 6200 block of Keokea Place around 9:30 am that morning.

While Ashley was out all day, she couldn't reach Jonathan. When she got home and still couldn't find him or reach him, she concluded they'd been set up for a kidnapping.

“To me, this wasn’t happening. There was no freaking way,” Ashley recently said. “Why would he give us that car? Why would he put us in the house? Why did I not see all these things? I was pissed off. It came to me instantly — all of the red flags that anybody could have seen.”

Several days later, on August 8, 2016, Jonathan’s gray 1994 two-door Honda hatchback with Hawaii license plate SXC021 was located at the intersection of Summer Street and Kuliouou road.

Many in Jonathan’s circle including his girlfriend, believe that Jonathan wouldn’t just leave them without warning or communicating his plans.

Ashley said after Jonathan disappeared, she began recording phone calls with Mike because she believed he was up to something.

A Shocking Arrest

On August 10, 2017, Caleb’s father, Michael J. Miske Jr.’s 37.5-foot Boston Whaler model 370 Outrage boat was searched. Miske nicknamed the boat “Painkiller”. The purpose of the search was to find information relating to Jonathan’s disappearance. While authorities did obtain several pieces of evidence such as SD cards, marine navigation systems, knives, and more. It remains unknown how much of the evidence found on the boat is related to Jonathan’s case.

On July 8, 2020, Michael J Miske Jr. and other known associates involved in “Miske Enterprises” were arrested by federal agents.

Mike is believed to be the leader of this group. Many believe that he used his pest control business as a front for his criminal endeavors including drug trafficking, murder-for-hire, robbery, extortion, money-laundering, abduction, and bank fraud.

Jonathan’s case remains unsolved. However, while no remains have ever been discovered, it is believed that Jonathan was abducted and subsequently murdered. Foul play is suspected in Jonathan’s case.

Currently, Mike's trial is underway, and if convicted, could face the death penalty.


  1. Date Missing:July 30, 2016
  2. Birthday:May 11, 1995
  3. Current Age:29
  4. Age at Incident:21
  5. NAMUS Number:MP70925
  6. Race:Caucasian / White
  7. Gender:Male
  8. Height:5'7"
  9. Weight:150 lbs
  10. Hair Color:Brown


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