Humboldt County Woman Who Went Missing Before Being Arrested in Washington State Is Still in Jail as Family Struggles to Help
Hahn went missing about two weeks ago and her disappearance upset a large portion of the community as she is well-known and liked by many. A GoFundMe account to find her and to help her family is continuing to be successful.
Sara Connor explained, “We have raised $7000 from the…account which is amazing! Three thousand went to the private investigator who helped us locate Di, and I found a top attorney that required a retainer of $20,000…She has not been released on bail, and her next court appearance is on Friday at which point we will have more information.”
Hahn had multiple encounters with law enforcement in several states. She managed to either evade police or talk her way free before being arrested on October 17 in Washington State. Hahn, who is facing counts ranging from attempting to elude a police vehicle, evading arrest, and assault, is not believed to have been under the influence of drugs or alcohol, according to Blaine Police Chief Allen Schubert speaking to his local paper.
According to the GoFundMe account, Hahn’s family are “trying to get Diana the help she needs. The system is not designed to make it easy for us to do that. Once we are assured Diana is safe, we will need to hire a lawyer for her defense. We are anticipating a considerable amount of traveling between Humboldt and northern Washington.”
Connor said that the GoFundMe account is available if anyone wants to assist the family in their efforts to help her sister.
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