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Missing Orange County woman found safe in Glendale

A woman reported missing Friday from her home in Rancho Santa Margarita was found unharmed Tuesday night at a hotel in Glendale, authorities said.

Kavishka Tokevich Lebrook, 33, was staying at the hotel and was in good condition, the Orange County Sheriff's Department said.

"She is fine," said Lt. Mike Jansen.  He said there was no suspicious activity involved with her disappearance.

Lebrook told her boyfriend she would return to their Rancho Santa Margarita home about noon Friday but never showed up, authorities said.

The boyfriend called the sheriff's department Tuesday and said that he noticed charges on her credit card from the hotel in Glendale, Jansen said. The department contacted authorities in Glendale.

-- Robert J. Lopez

 
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I'm sorry, this whole story sounds fishy.

The Prius was not one of the types of Toyota cars that was having problems, a Prius has a different drive-train altogether. And listening to the 911 recording the driver found some reason "I'm trying to control the car" for not just putting his Prius into neutral gear as the operator instructed.

There is a well-known phenomenon that when a new disease is announced all sorts of people begin to imagine they have it. Or perhaps someone is trying figure out a way to sue Toyota in the midst of their troubles?

What a way to get busted....ouch

busted on her one nighter........they should pay for the unnecesary police services

No suspicious activity? She was obvioulsy cheating on her boyfriend.

Something Fishy, You need to pay attentions to where you are posting.


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