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Michigan deputies search for missing woman, said the woman to the remote cabin once and she told me that she was involved in a shoot-out with two men on.
The information that is Adrienee Quintal may have been involved in a shootout, before she disappeared, came out on Saturday, adding in a new twist, the 47-year-old woman mysteriously disappeared about five weeks ago and out of the cab, in Honor of a half-hour’s drive southwest of Traverse City.
Quintal has not been seen or heard since they were in a frantic phone call from the booth on Nov. 17, at 2:34 a.m., deputies said.
The Benzie County Sheriff’s Office, said for the first time on Saturday, that is, the person on the other end of the line was a friend of the family.”
Adrienne Quintal was last heard on Oct. 17, when she left early in the morning, a phone call to a friend saying that she was involved in a shoot-out with two men, deputies said.
(Benzie County Sheriff’s Office)
THE MICHIGAN WOMAN WENT MISSING FOLLOWING A TRIP TO A REMOTE CABIN IN THE EARLY MORNING AND CALL FOR HELP, POLICE SAY
“A friend of the family told the Benzie Uk, Adrienne Quintal was involved in a shoot-out with two men on it,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release. “Your friend is added to that, Adrienne advised her, she had shot one of the men in the face, and the other one was shooting at her, and she was shooting back at them.”
Quintal then asked her friend to call the police, according to a press release. Deputies said they arrived at 3:15 am after the first time it responds to an incorrect address, and the friend gave it to them.
A TODDLER LOST IN THE WILDERNESS OF OREGON TO BE SAFE BY THE WOMAN, A HORSE AND A DOG
The investigators found dozens of bullet holes in the windshield and a bullet hole in the ceiling, so they think Quintal was shooting for something in the house, WWTV reported on Saturday.
However, the study is not powered to determine that someone had been shot, or shots, were fired from the outside of the station is reported to be.
“We are very puzzled about this case,” Sheriff Ted Schendel told the station. “I’ve been doing this for 39 years, and there’s just a lot of things going for it that it just doesn’t make sense.”
During a search of the property, investigators found a Quintal, the licensed gun and the telephone used to be the friend on the roof of the cabin, the station reported.
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There are guides, but no answers, Schendel said, according to the station.
“We have been following every lead, every tip, and it is leading us down a path, and we are on a cul-de-sac,” Schendel said.