Sherri Papini, a 34-year-old mother of two who disappeared during an afternoon jog on Wednesday, November 2, has been found alive. Papini was found almost 150 miles from where she had last been seen.
During a press conference, Sheriff Tom Bosenko announced, “We learned that she was released by her captor, on a rural road during 1-5 in Yolo County. She was bound with restraints but was able to summon … help from a passing motorist.”
“She is safe, in stable condition, and receiving medical clearance at an undisclosed hospital,” Bosenko said, adding, “She has been reunited with her husband, Keith.”
There’s a $50,000 award for anyone who helps find Papini’s captors.
Note: While running in public parks – stay away from deserted places. Also where the lightening is low. Stay on main paths where other people run. Also – get your run in before it actually gets dark.