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The family of a blank Utah lady who was final seen Monday contend that military in California incorrectly described her disappearance as voluntary.
Family members say Erin Valenti, CEO of Salt-Lake City-based app developer Tinker Ventures, was final seen in Palo Alto, Calif. She was presumably on her approach to a San Jose airfield to conduct home to Salt Lake City.
Valenti’s husband Harrison Weinstein wrote on Facebook that phone activity suggested Valenti was pushing in San Jose. She never returned her let automobile or done it on her moody behind to Utah, and she’s had no phone or credit label activity given Monday.
San Jose military orator Sgt. Enrique Garcia told Fox 13 Friday that “at this time, we are treating this box as a intentional blank person.” However, Valenti’s family says she seemed to be distraught on a night she disappeared. Weinstein and Valenti’s parents told a hire that they spoke to her on a phone Monday and she seemed manic, though she has no story of mental illness.
“I get that people have a right to disappear, though that’s not this,” Weinstein told KTVU. “Everything she pronounced she was formulation on entrance home. She was perplexing to get to a airport. She’s not meditative clearly.”
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“She seemed confused. We said, ‘Did we splash anything? Did anybody give we anything?’ and she said, ‘No,'” her mom Agnes Valenti said, “But my daughter is so intelligent and she is such a clever eccentric lady and this has never happened before.”
Valenti is described as 5-foot-4 with blond hair. She was final seen wearing a white T-shirt and jeans.