Found Deceased CA - Reina Maribel Argueta, 53, San Francisco, 10 May 2018

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  1. cybervampira

    cybervampira Well-Known Member

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    https://missionlocal.org/2018/06/mission-district-woman-missing-for-six-weeks/

    Reina Maribel Argueta, a 53-year-old Mission District woman who was last seen on May 10, was reported missing on May 21 — yet the San Francisco Police Department still has no leads.
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    Argueta became homeless when she was forced out of her home in the Mission in 2012. Lucero Herrera, her daughter, said Argueta frequented Jose Coronado Playground on Folsom Street. The last time she saw her mother at the playground was six weeks ago, just two days before Mother’s Day.

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    She has been found and identified.

    Skeletal remains found near Windsor ID’d as missing woman

    The skeletal remains found in a Windsor-area creek earlier this year following a bout of torrential rains that swept the area belonged to a San Francisco woman who went missing in May 2018, according to authorities.

    The body of Reina Argueta, 52, was found in a creek near Chalk Hill and Leslie roads east of Windsor on April 20 when the remains were spotted by a worker who had stopped to relieve himself in the nearby bushes, Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Spencer Crum said.

    The identity of the remains were a mystery until late last month, when DNA extracted from the body and sent to a state forensics lab matched with a different DNA sample submitted by the San Francisco Police Department in Argueta’s missing persons case, Crum said.

    While investigators initially hypothesized that she may have been swept up in a series of strong rains that swelled Sonoma County waterways in February prior to her death, it was unlikely the Sonoma County Coroner’s Office would be able to determine how or why Argueta died based only on her skeleton, Crum said.
     
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