Missing Pasco Woman is Found… Sort Of
You may have seen the Missing and endangered persons post by the Pasco Police all over Facebook yesterday. Here's the latest update as of 6 p.m. Sunday night
UPDATE: We received a call from her parents that she had been seen in Kennewick at Safeway around 6PM. The information was that she was acting strangely and left before her father could get over there. We are still concerned for her welfare as she may be having a health problem. Her parents are still very concerned for her welfare.
UPDATE: On Sunday night at about 6PM, Jenny contacted a family member, but her whereabouts and wellbeing are still unknown, and the family continues to hope that she is located.
The original post stated:
MISSING ENDANGERED PERSON: The Pasco Police Department is seeking the public's help in locating a missing, possibly endangered, Pasco woman. Jennifer "Jenny" Stewart, 36 years-old (Pictured below) was last seen by her family the morning of Friday, December 4th, 2015. That afternoon, a family member received a phone call from Stewart that she was being chased and was possibly in danger, and then the line disconneted. Family has not been able to contact Stewart since, and her phone appears to have been turned-off. Stewart is known to drive a 2004 Chrysler Pacifica, bluish-grey in color, Washington License 997SWS, and was last believed to be in the area of Enterprise Middle School in West Richland. Stewart is 5'08", 130 lbs, with brown eyes and blonde hair. Anybody with information regarding her whereabouts is urged to call Pasco Police at 545-3510.