Jaycee Dugard, who has been missing from her South Lake Tahoe home for 18 years, has surfaced in Concord, according to the El Dorado County Sheriff's Office. Two people have been arrested in the case
Created by ContraCostaTimes on Aug 27, 2009
Last updated: 07/12/11 at 01:49 PM
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Hayward police converged on the Garrido property in search for further evidence in the Garecht kidnapping case. They were joined by Dublin police, who were conducting a similar search for clues related to the 1989 disappearance of Ilene Misheloff.
An El Dorado County judge set Phillip Garrido's bail at $30 million, while the district attorney urged the media to leave Jaycee Dugard alone amid rumors that Oprah Winfrey has secured an interview with her.
An expert has determined that it probably was a human bone fragment unearthed in the backyard next door to kidnap-rape suspects Phillip and Nancy Garrido.
On Sunday, an estimated 2,000 marchers carrying 1,000 pink balloons paraded down South Lake Tahoe's main thoroughfare to celebrate the re-emergence of Dugard.
The home belongs to Phillip Garrido who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy, kidnapping, rape, lewd acts with a minor, and sexual penetration. His wife, Nancy, has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy and kidnapping. Both are being held on $1 million bail.
Garrido goes to meet with his parole officer after being interviewed by UC Berkeley police and brings Jaycee Lee with him.
The girls turn out to be children he fathered with Jaycee Lee.
The march is to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of Jaycee Lee's kidnapping.
The confinement last for four months.
FBI doesn't find a connection to the kidnapping.
All she wants is the safe return of her daughter.
Jaycee Lee is taken from a bus stop on Washoan Boulevard a third of a mile from her home by a couple driving a sedan.
Michaela Garecht, a 9-year-old blonde girl known as "Kayla," is abducted from outside a Hayward market near her home
Ilene Misheloff, 13, disappears while walking home from Wells Middle School in Dublin.
Garrido under federal Bureau of Prisons oversight, at a halfway house in Oakland.
He serves 11 years of a 50-year federal sentence and seven months for the rape conviction.
He said he started using marijuana and LSD within a month of high school graduation.