20-year-old Indiana lady, Lateche Norris, who was final seen in San Diego Nov. 4, has been discovered secure, the San Diego Police Division confirmed Saturday.
SDPD investigators met with Norris in-person and confirmed she is secure. Detectives additionally verified Norris was not and isn’t the sufferer of any crime, in response to SDPD Lt. Adam Sharki.
Norris was final seen at a 7-Eleven retailer at 222 Park Blvd. about 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 4, together with her boyfriend, 26-year-old Joseph “Joey” Smithand, in response to SDPD. Norris had final spoken to her mom, Cheryl Walker, on the cellphone the next day, Nov. 5.
On Nov. 10, Norris’ household filed a lacking individuals report with the San Diego Police Division. San Diego PD Spokesperson Lieutenant Adam Sharki informed “Dateline” that Lateche’s case was an lively and ongoing lacking individuals case.
Norris got here to San Diego to assist her boyfriend after he left a rehab facility and was compelled into dwelling on the road. The couple had a disagreement earlier than Walker’s final dialog together with her daughter, and Walker mentioned there have been home violence incidents prior to now.
Norris thanked the general public for his or her concern and requested for privateness, Sharki mentioned. The San Diego Police Division thanks its public security and group companions for his or her effort in finding Norris.