Found Deceased CA - Erin Valenti, 33, from Utah, en-route from Palo Alto to San Jose, 7 Oct 2019

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  1. TatianaBarbie

    TatianaBarbie Well-Known Member

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    That is very close to the intersection where her phone pinged:

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  2. MJPeony

    MJPeony Well-Known Member

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    This address reported is absolutely right in the area of her phone ping (as we can all see on the map). I'm absolutely perplexed that she was not found until now!
     
  3. Ontario Mom

    Ontario Mom Because I'm the Mom, that's why.

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  4. curtfoo

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    Yeah, seems to be right around 6591 Bose Lane.

    I take that back. That address doesn't have the yellow fire hydrant. Looks like 6564 Bose Ln street view.
     
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  5. EmilyVan

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    So... if she parked there at midnight-ish Monday night - NO ONE on that street called the cops or their HOA for a car not moving for a couple days? Seems odd. I'd be getting impatient about a car in front of my house after 24 hours...

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  6. PommyMommy

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    Wow. This is so sad.

    I knew the odds were not in her favor but I thought if there was an accident there still might be time to find her alive... :( MOO
     
  7. afitzy

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    I wonder if the family simply went to the last ping location and found her. SJPD seems to have been absent in this search. Very odd situation.
     
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    And did LE seriously not search that area where her found last pinged at all?! This is a frustrating case.

    Very, very curious to see what happened here.
     
  9. DB-Cooper

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    6573 Bose Ln is the address the police vehicles appear to be surrounding. Two driveways down from the yellow fire hydrant.
     
  10. Wyle_E_Coyote

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    I'm not sure. I nervous it was her family that went to the location of the last ping and found her in the car. I'm praying that's not the case!
     
  12. PommyMommy

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    OCT 12, 2019
    Utah tech CEO goes missing in Bay Area
    The San Jose Police Department did not release the name of the victim, who was found inside a vehicle parked on the 6500 block of Bose Lane, in an area near the Almaden Library and Community Center. The Santa Clara County Coroner’s Office will identify the manner and cause of death, according to Sergeant Enrique Garcia. The name will be released after confirmation of the victim’s identity and notification next of kin.
     
  13. NervousNellie

    NervousNellie Cleverly disguised as a responsible adult

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    I can say that a car could sit directly in front of my house for a week and I would just assume the owner is visiting one of my neighbors. Now, a dead body I think I would notice.
     
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    What is somewhat surprising is that she was found in the car on this residential street and no one noticed. Not anyone that lives right there noticing a car parked for days. Postal workers didn't notice. Police on routine patrol didn't notice a vehicle. Is overnight on-street parking allowed?
     
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  17. afitzy

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    SJPD FB page didn't even have the EV missing poster so far as I can find. Absolutely heartbreaking situation for the family who didn't seem to get any support from SJPD.
     
  18. Ontario Mom

    Ontario Mom Because I'm the Mom, that's why.

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    It doesn't seem odd to me that no one called the local police about a car not moving for a couple of days - but - on my street, that's a normal thing. I realize it might not be normal in all places, but if it's normal there, there's no reason for anyone to be concerned. It's just sad to me to she sat there all week, waiting to be found. :(
     
  19. PommyMommy

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    Not me. I'm going to be taking photos of the license plate within the first 15 minutes. :oops: MOO
     
  20. MJPeony

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    Husband said on the Help Find FB page that they'd searched the ping neighborhood yesterday and wanted help looking in more remote areas now.

    It doesn't seem there was any LE help, so the family was pretty much on their own trying to figure out where to look IMO.
     
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