Vallejo PD Press Release-
As reported earlier today, Denise Huskins was located in the City of Huntington Beach CA at approximately 10:30 am today’s date. She spoke briefly with an officer of the Huntington Beach PD. There was some initial indication that she would be cooperative and speak with investigators from the Vallejo Police Department. Through family members, Ms. Huskins promised to meet with Vallejo Police Detectives and provide additional details. Vallejo Detectives and the FBI subsequently arranged for a jet to bring her to Northern California for an interview. As of this moment, Detectives have been unable to contact either Ms. Huskins or family members. Ms. Huskins has since retained an attorney and Detectives are unaware of her location.
Since the inception of this investigation on Monday, March 23, 2015, The Vallejo Police Department has requested and received the assistance of multiple law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal levels. At any given time, over 40 Detectives and over 100 support personnel have been searching for and investigating the disappearance of Ms. Huskins in hopes of securing her safe return.
The Investigation will continue to look at any and all evidence. The Vallejo Police Department would like to thank all of those agencies and volunteers who have come out to assist in the search. If evidence indicates that either Ms. Huskins or Mr. Quinn have committed a criminal act, the Vallejo Police Department will request either state or federal charges. The Vallejo Police Department would like to ensure the public that there is no indication that this was a random act of violence.
Today, there is no evidence to support the claims that this was a stranger abduction or an abduction at all. Given the facts that have been presented thus far, this event appears to be an orchestrated event and not a kidnapping.