Jennifer Huston Missing Since 7/24/14: Stopped at a Rite Aid Drug Store and Purchased Gatorade, Trail Mix and a Package of Sleeping Pills … Surveillance Video Image … Missing: Accident, Abduction, Suicide? (Update: Possible Sighting in San Juan Islands)(Update: Jennifer Huston’s Body Found)(Update: Officially Ruled a Suicide)
Ut-oh, Sleeping pills, full tank of gas and cell phone turned off …
Authorities in Oregon have released a surveillance video image of missing Jennifer Huston from the day that she went missing on July 24, 2014. The image is of Huston stopped at a Rite Aid drug store in Newberg, OR, and purchasing Gatorade, trail mix and a package of over-the-counter sleeping pills.
These are not good signs. The police have stated that the amount of sleeping pills she purchased would not be enough for a lethal dose. Also, the full tank of gas purchased by Jennifer Huston’s provides her with a 300 to 350 mile traveling range. Not to speculate, but I think the police may be looking at this in the wrong way. Sadly, sleeping pills, a full tank of gas and some one turning their cell phone off as all of the unfortunate signs of one attempting to contemplate suicide. The sleeping pills are not intended to be lethal, they are meant to make one drowsy as they run a car with a full tank of gas as carbon monoxide fumes enter the vehicle. The cell phone is turned off so not to be pinged and located. As per KPTV, according to phone records, Jennifer Huston received a text message from her mother at 6:22 p.m. Thursday, but the phone stopped sending signals at 6:25 p.m.
I hope I am very wrong and she is found safe and sound.
Jennifer Huston taken Thursday night at a Rite-Aid in Newberg, OR Pic : Dundee, Oregon Police
Missing Oregon mom Jennifer Huston stopped at a Rite Aid drug store in Newberg, Ore., and purchased Gatorade, trail mix and a package of over-the-counter sleeping pills — a non-lethal dose — before she disappeared last week, police said Tuesday night.
Police released new details about the search for the married mother of two young boys.
Detectives said her husband, Kallen Huston, has been cooperative through the whole process, including multiple interviews, and he passed a polygraph test.
Investigators previously released a timeline of Jennifer Huston’s last known activities that included leaving her home last Thursday at 5:45 p.m., going to the Oregon First Community Credit Union in Newberg about three miles away and then to a nearby Circle K gas station on Portland Road.
Police said she spent less than $40 at the gas station, so they believe she was topping off the tank. She withdrew less than $100 from the credit union ATM.
Say a prayer for the safe return of Jennifer Huston.
The search for a missing Oregon mother has been extended to Washington state’s San Juan Islands, after police learned that she had visited there before in the past and that it was one of her favorite spots.
At the same time, authorities in the San Juan Islands have been told that Huston may have gone there.
San Juan County Sheriff Rom Nou confirmed that he had received a bulletin from detectives in Oregon saying that Huston may be in the San Juans or on her way there.
Authorities confirmed late Saturday that they are investigating a possible sighting of missing Oregon mother Jennifer Huston in Washington state’s San Juan Islands.
San Juan (Wash.) Country Sheriff’s deputies have told KPTV that a couple visiting the islands are convinced that they saw Huston on board a ferry traveling from the mainland town of Anacortes to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island on the morning of July 31, exactly a week after she was reported missing.
San Juan Country Undersheriff Bruce Distler told the station that the couple said the woman was blonde, in her 30s, and driving a green SUV with a cracked windshield, similar to descriptions put out by police. Distler said that the tip was so descriptive that it prompted deputies to alert the police department in Newberg, Ore., where Huston was last seen.
FOX 12 can exclusively confirm that deputies are actively investigating a possible sighting of Jennifer Huston in the San Juan Islands.
Now, San Juan County Sheriff deputies are rushing to get their hands on surveillance video from aboard that ferry.
“The information that we’ve received is that there was a female on the boat, on the 9 o’clock ferry sailing from Anacortes to Friday Harbor on Thursday morning July 31,” said San Juan County Under sheriff Bruce Distler.
“The woman we talked to also identified a green car, possibly a 99 Lexus, with cracked windshield although she couldn’t give us a license plate,” said Distler.
Deputies say the couple who spotted the car also described a woman in her 30′s with blonde hair who had a 2 by 3 inch white Band-Aid on her left cheek. The tip was so descriptive, they’ve alerted the Newberg police department.
Deputies say they have also called ferry security based out of Seattle to pull the tape from that morning so they can confirm if the woman is in fact Huston.
Ferry from Anacortes, WA to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island – pic from Tammilee Tips
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Any tips or leads should be referred to the Newberg-Dundee Police Department by calling 503-537-1246.
Sadly, but not unexpected, the body of 38 year old Jennifer Huston was found Tuesday in Yamill County, OR. Her body was found a short distance away from her vehicle off Southwest Gopher Valley Road, off Oregon 18, near Sheridan. It appears that she died of an apparent suicide. Unfortunately, I had speculated above that the purchase of a full tank of gas, sleeping pills and a strange disappearance was a signs of someone who might commit suicide. I wish I was wrong. Rest in Peace.
The body of Jennifer Huston, the missing mother from Dundee, has been found in rural Yamhill County.
KGW (8) is reporting that Huston and her vehicle, a 1999 Lexus, were found Tuesday off Southwest Gopher Valley Road, off Oregon 18, near Sheridan.
A property owner found Huston’s SUV and reported it to authorities around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. Yamhill County deputies responded and found the 1999 Lexus LX 470 that Huston was last seen driving.
Deputies did not locate Huston inside the SUV, but Newberg-Dundee police made a sweep of the area and found her body a short distance away.
There are no signs of foul play, according to detectives. Police said a press conference was set for 4 p.m. Tuesday.