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WOULD SHERRI HAVE BEEN TAKEN AND THEN RE­LEASED? Shasta County Sher­iff’s Sgt. Brian Jack­son says po­lice haven’t found a mo­tive for her ab­duc­tion. “It is hard to keep some­one in captivity for 22 days,” he says. “Why would some­one go to that length?” Adds San Diego pri­vate in­ves­ti­ga­tor Bill Gar­cia, “I don’t know of 2WHY any­one who would go through that amount of ef­fort to gain so lit­tle.”

WAS THERE NO RAN­SOM RE­QUEST? “I think that is what is re­ally per­plex­ing the po­lice,” says Joe Gi­acalone, a re­tired New York po­lice sergeant and pro­fes­sor at John Jay Col­lege of Crim­i­nal Jus­tice, who is not con­nected to the case. “There is no rhyme or rea­son for [the kid­nap­pers] 3 never mak­ing a re­quest for money.” WHY DID IT TAKE NEARLY A YEAR TO PRO­DUCE SUS­PECT SKETCHES? Though po­lice worked closely with Sherri since she was lo­cated last Nov. 24, they say it 4 took time for her to come to a place in her re­cov­ery to work with a sketch artist. WILL A DNA HIT SOLVE THIS CASE? “”I am hold­ing out for that,” says Sgt. Jack­son. “Noth­ing has come back yet, but when it does, that will be a good day.”

Mayor of Red­ding, Missy Mcarthur, who had the Pap­i­nis to her home after Sherri was re­cov­ered, de­scribed her as suf­fer­ing from PTSD: “Her pysche was re­ally dam­aged from the hor­rific ex­pe­ri­ence she went through.”

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