Over 100 People Searched for Kidnapped Woman But She Wasn’t Found
The massive search that took place earlier today in the Covelo area for Khadijah Britton who was allegedly kidnapped in early February by a former boyfriend was unsuccessful, according to a Facebook post by the Mendocino Sheriff’s Department. Negie Fallis, the suspect in the case, has been arrested on attempted murder charges and is in the Mendocino County Jail.
Below is the Facebook post from the Mendocino Sheriff’s Department:
The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the following agencies for assisting in the search for Khadijah Britton today in the Covelo/Round Valley area: Lake County Sheriff Search and Rescue, Sonoma County Search & Rescue , Marin County Search and Rescue, Friends of Napa Search and Rescue, Bay Area Mountain Rescue Unit (BAMRU), Mendocino County Search and Rescue, California National Guard, Caltrans District 1 , CAL FIRE Mendocino Unit Wilderness Finders Search Dog Teams (“WOOF”) and Cal OES.
Even though we were unsuccessful in finding Ms. Britton we would like to thank the 96 search and rescue volunteers and the 27 agency staff members who responded to assist in this search effort. We are still asking the public to call the Mendocino County Dispatch Center at (707) 463- 4086 or the tip line (707) 234-2100 if they have any information at all about this case.
A Facebook page, Help find Khadijah Britton, has been set up to coordinate efforts to find the missing woman. A reward of $50,000 has been offered to anyone offering information that leads to her.
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