Schizophrenic woman who went missing in Arcadia found safe in San Bernardino County

ARCADIA >> A Pasadena woman suffering from schizophrenia who went missing in Arcadia Thursday turned up safe Sunday morning, officials said.
Linda Lee, 61, was found in San Bernardino County, Arcadia police Sgt. John Bonomo said. Further details regarding her discovery or how she ended up in San Bernardino County, were not available.
Loved ones reported the Pasadena resident missing Friday after she vanished during a visit to family in Arcadia on Thursday, police said.

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Missing girl found alive 18 years after disappearance

A young woman who was kidnapped 18 years ago in South Lake Tahoe has been found, officials announced Wednesday.
Jaycee Lee Dugard went into a police station in the Bay Area and announced her identity. She will be reunited with her mother, a resident of Riverside County later today.

Here’ what the AP is reporting:


SACRAMENTO, Calif.  — A woman who entered a California police station is believed to be 1991 abduction victim Jaycee Lee Dugard, who was 11 when kidnapped.
Deputies are 99 percent sure the woman is Dugard, said Lt. Les Lovell of the El Dorado Sheriff’s Department. He says DNA tests were being conducted.
Witnesses reported that a vehicle with two people drove up to Dugard and abducted her while her stepfather was watching.
Lovell says two people have been taken into custody.
The sheriff’s department has scheduled a news conference to discuss the case later today.

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