A Decade Later: Jaycee Dugard reflects on the life she lost, and the one she’s gained

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  1. JerseyGirl

    JerseyGirl Staff Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    Ten years ago, on August 26, 2009, Officer Todd Stroud reported to work at the Concord Police Department and, because of his experience as a school resource officer, was asked to look after a woman who was at the police station with her two young daughters.

    That woman, he soon learned, was Jaycee Dugard who, 18 years before, had been kidnapped as she walked to a school bus stop in South Lake Tahoe one morning and had not been seen since.

    Jaycee Dugard reflects on the decade since she was freed
     


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    Her story inspires me so much and gives SO many families hope. It was her sheer will to live that kept her going through a torturous 18 year ordeal starting at age 11. Such strength, courage, and love for her daughters this woman possesses. I could never imagine being in her situation. But she's made so much good out of it. God bless her.
     

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