UPDATE NO. 3, NOV. 13, 8:31 A.M.: Sarah Gonzalez, who'd been missing from Santa Ana since last Friday, was found late Thursday afternoon in Pomona, according to her family. "She was dehydrated, hungry, tired but found safe," reports her stepsister, Jubilee Gonzales. The family had received a call from an Officer Jimenez of the Pomona Police Department at 5:44 p.m. Thursday. The missing woman's father Rudy Gonzales then drove to pick her up at an address on Mission Boulevard, where she was waiting with Jimenez.
The family expressed thanks to the Weekly and the community for their support.
UPDATE NO. 2, NOV. 12, 3:54 P.M.: Sarah Gonzalez is not the only Orange Countian who has been missing since Friday as the Orange County Sheriff's Department has put out a bulletin for Nick Stevens. The 22-year-old is described as Caucasian, 5-foot-3 and 100 pounds. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie, blue jeans and brown and white Vans-style shoes. Stevens was last seen Friday around 9 p.m. in the area of the 7-11 located at 1802 N. El Camino Real, San Clemente. That's where Stevens had been dropped off after he could not remember his home address, according to Lt. Jeff Hallock, the sheriff's spokesman. Stevens was last seen walking southbound on El Camino Real from the 7-11 and may have been intoxicated, according to Hallock, who notes the missing man was not wearing eyeglasses and has poor vision if his contacts were not in his eyes. Anyone with any information about his whereabouts is asked to call the Orange County Sheriff's Department at 714.647.7000 or 714.647.7044. Here's another look at him:
UPDATE NO. 1, NOV. 11, 9:11 A.M.: Alejandra Gonzalez, who identifies herself as the stepmother of Sarah Gonzalez, says she submitted the flier above because images that show no smile on the missing woman better reflect her usual facial expression. Rocio Lopez, the sister of Sarah Gonzalez, also submitted a second image in hopes someone has seen the woman who has been missing since Friday:
ORIGINAL POST, NOV. 10, 6:37 A.M.: The family of a Santa Ana woman who has been missing since Friday is reaching out to the public in hopes of finding her.
Rocio Lopez, the sister of Sarah Gonzalez, fears the missing 32-year-old woman "needs her medications" and is "likely running low on money."
Lopez described Gonzalez as 5-foot-7, 180-190 pounds with long black hair, brown eyes and fair skin. She was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a black hoddie and holding a black handbag. She does not own a cell phone.
Anyone who knows where Gonzalez is should call 714.658.4537 or 714.581.7698.