Found Alive CA - Sherri Papini, 34, Redding, 2 November 2016 - #3

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  1. SophieRose

    SophieRose Well-Known Member

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    She may take the kids along in a double jogging stroller, 4-years-old is not too old for it and kids love being in them.
     


  2. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Probably busy with LE and looking for her, taking care of the kids.
     
  3. darring21

    darring21 Well-Known Member

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    Are there running/walking trails anywhere? I don't see anyone running with a double stroller on a gravel road or in the ditch along Ole Oregon Trail.
     
  4. Knox

    Knox Well-Known Member

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    Not everyone likes to be out front. I think it's smart to appoint certain people as a public spokesperson for the family. You need only to look at Sherri's Moms Facebook Page to know she is distraught beyond measure and would do anything to get her back.
     
  5. JnRyan

    JnRyan Well-Known Member

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    Her older sister, Sheila Koester, has been vocal and I've seen her in at least 2 interviews.

    http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/article114321068.html

    http://www.krcrtv.com/news/local/sh...ng-shasta-county-woman-was-abducted/141741841
     
  6. darring21

    darring21 Well-Known Member

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    It sounds like someone who feels guilty for not taking her depression seriously enough.
     
  7. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    I saw the hubby in the video clip as he said this. I saw a man who was scared, and his heart was breaking. I am surrounding him with prayer. It's obvious he loves her deeply. God Bless him.
     
  8. Tuliptiptoe

    Tuliptiptoe Well-Known Member

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    Certainly did not mean to imply that her parents would not be distraught, am sorry if it came across that way.
     
  9. CharlestonGal

    CharlestonGal Well-Known Member

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    *Speculating* Perhaps Sherri's own family/friends are not on board with the Papini family's abduction theory. I know LE is not obligated to share info from interviews with Sherri's family and friends (who obviously would all have been interviewed by now). But I would imagine Sherri's own family and personal friends would have a better idea of what is going on with her than her husband's family would. But not a peep from any of them. It feels like they are protecting her with their media silence. That certainly puts an interesting spin on things.
     
  10. Teabiscuit

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    Or a kidnap for ransom? His stepfather owns the house they live in. Someone posted earlier that stepdad is wealthy too.
     
  11. DexterMorgan

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    What time is LE going to start pulling all of the Register Sex Offenders out of their homes and start property checking these places?

    Now they may not find SP; but they may find others. Jmo

    Btw. Does the county have enough cops to swoop in on all sex offenders properties in a weeks time frame?

    Didn't someone say there are 100 RSO in the surrounding areas.
     
  12. CharlestonGal

    CharlestonGal Well-Known Member

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    BBM. True. But after following these cases for years you start to see familiar patterns. And one of them is people coming out of the woodwork for their "15 minutes". Neighbors, high school friends, old co-workers, current friends. But in this case not only is Sherri's own family quiet, so are all the "15 minute" players. I'm not saying they do not care or that they are not distraught. I'm merely wondering where they are.
     
  13. darring21

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    They would need probable cause to get search warrants. Last thing LE has said was no evidence of foul play.
     
  14. SpanishInquisition

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    I don't see how it can be true that she planned things down to the minute if he is in a position doesn't/can't respond for hours.
     
  15. Tuliptiptoe

    Tuliptiptoe Well-Known Member

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    I was thinking along those same lines.
     
  16. Mosaic

    Mosaic Well-Known Member

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    Something is wrong with this picture. IF I get home and my hubby is not there but his car is parked, my first thought would be: car trouble(no missing person or abduction!). Then I will proceed to call and text. Will call kids school or day care to check on their status, husband relatives, his/mine besties, neighbors (if friends with them) and a few of his colleagues.

    After failed attempts I would go in full panic and will call police. Would drive around looking for him, etc, calling his name.
    ...but that's me.

    Things that doesn't makes sense:
    why tracking her phone before calling friends/family/etc?
    why go to tracked phone location without family or friends? (they would have help searching for her or assisting in case of emergency)
    why didn't call police from location?
    why so willing to bypass warrants?
    why offering to take a poly? (yes, I read that HE offered)
    Yes, I know he PASSED. Yes, I know people can trick them.
    why is it odd that there is a gift? It's all over the news everything is/was peachy on their marriage)
    First tv interview: DRY eyes, subsequent interviews; bawling and all I heard was how he felt and hardly mentioned her name.

    Big shocker for me: when asked what would he tell her if she were watching/listening: tongue tied..then" I wish I was there, baby? REALLY??? where is that? and adding: "I will find you" We will find you" Really??? where?

    If I were working this case I would focus on a few things:
    disrupted family routine
    how many call/messages from HIS phone to HER phone
    in what order he notified relatives and friends and words he used
    his demeanor when picking up the kids and what he asked or tell them to explain the delay
    what wording he use to explain to the kids what was going on with their Mommy
    why he is not showing on the prayer service that was celebrated on the church they were married? The news reporter mentioned they PHONED him. Is it far from his home?

    Finally, just wondering is a pregnancy status fits the "at risk" label.
    They confirmed she has no healthy or mental issues.

    Thinking, pondering and praying
     
  17. Tuliptiptoe

    Tuliptiptoe Well-Known Member

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    It was said her kids routine was planned almost to the minute. I imagine she could keep their day on task regardless of if her husband came home or not. I'm a SAHM and I don't change my/my kids schedule if my husband gets home early or takes a random day off.
     
  18. 77DarkHorse7

    77DarkHorse7 I've Heard The Sound That Silence Makes...On A Bre

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    Mmm... paninis, yummmmm
     
  19. DexterMorgan

    DexterMorgan Well-Known Member

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    I understand what you are saying.

    But that is a husbands or wifes duty before sounding the alarm. Jmo

    If the kids aren't picked up and no one has called you to say that something happened; Then this means that something happened.

    Now unless it was a medical emergency where the ambulance picked her up and they didn't know how to reach you; Then you could only guess that something is wrong and I have this app that will show me where my wife's phone is right here and right now. Jmo

    So I'm glad he didn't wait while having that phone tracking app service. Jmo


    I would have done the same thing with my kids phone as well if they weren't where they were suppose to be.

    So Instead of wasting precious time talking to others whom obviously couldn't tell me why my wife didn't pick up the kids from school;

    I would definitely use the phone tracking app first.


    Plus its not like the app said she was in denver and he decided to go to Denver to find the phone without family or friends to be present.
     
  20. OldSteve

    OldSteve Well-Known Member

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    Very touching - had to repost!
     
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