TEMECULA – A 40-year-old Temecula woman whose disappearance raised concerns because she was said to have been distraught over personal issues has contacted authorities to say she is fine, a sheriff’s sergeant said today.
Deanne Celeste Bradley met with investigators at the Riverside County sheriff’s Southwest Station around 10 p.m. on Friday, said Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Kevin McDonald.
Prior to Friday night, Bradley had last been seen around 5 p.m. Tuesday when she left her home in the 41000 block of Chaparral Drive, McDonald said. There was no word this morning on where Bradley was while authorities
and loved ones were trying to locate her.
UPDATE: Deanna Celeste Bradley, who had been missing since Tuesday, went to the Temecula Southwest Sheriff station to let them know she was OK and not a victim of foul play.
Concerns Mount Over Temecula Woman’s Whereabouts
TEMECULA – Concerns were mounting today about the welfare of a missing Temecula woman said to be distraught over personal issues.
Deanna Celeste Bradley, 40, was last seen around 5 p.m. Tuesday when she left her home in the 41000 block of Chaparral Drive, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
”Mrs. Bradley was distraught over marital issues and has not been heard from by her family since she left her residence,” said Sgt. Kevin McDonald.
He said Bradley drove off in her black 2012 Dodge Ram 3500 crew cab pickup truck, which has dealer plates and noticeable damage to the right rear fender and tailgate.
The missing woman is white, with blonde hair and blue eyes, about 5-foot- 4 and 110 pounds. She was last seen wearing a blue-gray zippered sweat suit, black boots and a black jacket.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts was urged to call the sheriff’s Southwest Station at (951) 696-3000.