29 Year Old Denise Huskins Missing Since 3/23/15 in Vallejo, CA … Possible Abduction/Kidnap for Ransom (Update: Police Searching Mare Island Waterfront)(Update: Found Safe in Huntington Beach, CA)


29 year old Denise Huskins has been missing since Monday, March 23, 2015 in Vallejo, CA. According to reports, Denise Huskins was kidnapped from the home of her boyfriend, 30 year old Aaron Quinn. Huskins was reported missing from the 500 block of Kirkland Avenue on Mare Island at about 1:55 PM. The boyfriend told police “a ransom demand was communicated” during her abduction. However, according to the police,  Denice Huskins was abducted sometime between midnight and 5 a.m. on Monday but her boyfriend didn’t tell police until almost 2 PM. A vehicle taken from the home and found later in the city is also under Quinn’s name. Huskins is 5’7″ and weighs 150 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes, police said. The FBI has joined the investigation into missing Denise Huskins. Aaron Quinn is reportedly not considered a suspect.

Denise Huskins

At some point during 29-year-old Denise Huskins’ kidnapping Monday in Vallejo, her boyfriend was given a ransom demand, police said a day later.

The woman, a physical therapist at Kaiser Permanente, was reported missing about 12 hours after her boyfriend told police that he saw her being “forcibly taken against her will” and spirited away, Vallejo police officials said Tuesday.

Quinn and Huskins are physical therapists at Kaiser Permanente Vallejo Medical Center, police said. Huskins hails from Huntington Beach but has been living in her own place in Vallejo for about the last year, police said.

The 500 block of Kirkland Avenue, where Huskins was abducted, was blocked off by police tape and a command vehicle idled nearby Tuesday morning.

Hmm, so Denise Huskins is allegedly abducted sometime between midnight and 5 AM as witnessed by her alleged boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, and he does not contact police of his kidnapping until about 2PM. REALLY? The authorities are stating that Quinn is not considered a suspect. REALLY? Or are they just saying this in order to get his cooperation. I am not sure what kind of boyfriend material waits that long to contact the police when your girl friend is abducted.

UPDATE I: Vallejo Police: Ransom demand received for kidnapped woman.

A ransom demand was received for a 30-year-old Vallejo woman who was forcibly taken from her Mare Island home by an unknown abductor, Vallejo police said Tuesday.

Vallejo police Lt. Kenny Park said investigators got a call from a man who lives with Denise Huskins reporting she had been abducted.

“All I can tell you is there was a ransom demand,” said Park, who would not divulge whether it was a written or verbal demand for cash.

UPDATE II: Search for missing Vallejo woman focuses on Mare Island area.

In the search for a kidnapped Vallejo woman, crews have focused on Mare Island and the surrounding area. Crews are using sonar along the Mare Island waterfront to help in the search for Denise Huskins.

The 30-year-old woman was last seen Monday morning, when a man told police Huskins was abducted from their Vallejo home.

More than 100 trained search personnel spent Tuesday near Mare Island. Investigators say there was no specific tip that led them to the area, they focused there because of its proximity to where Huskins went missing.

UPDATE III: Search Dogs Hint At Area Possibly Related To Missing Vallejo Woman’s Alleged Kidnapping.

The search of a missing woman police say was kidnapped and being held for ransom is now centered on a section of the Mare Island waterfront.

Search dogs hinted at an area that could be related to Denise Huskins’ alleged kidnapping. Sonar has been deployed in the area, and divers could go into the water on Wednesday.

“The intention is for the dive team to go into the water, and discover or I should say to look at what this object they’ve discovered to be, and at this point we have no idea what that is,” said Lt. Kenny Park.

If anyone has any information regarding Huskins’ location and welfare, please contact the Vallejo Police Department Detective Division at 707-648-4524.

UPDATE IV: California woman found safe two days after alleged kidnapping.

Denise Huskins, who was reported kidnapped two days ago in Vallejo, California, has been found safe more than 400 miles away, authorities and her father said Wednesday.

Huskins’ boyfriend Monday afternoon called police and said she had been abducted that morning from his home in the Bay Area. About 48 hours later, she was located an hour south of Los Angeles.

Officers from the Huntington Beach Police Department found Huskins at her father’s apartment complex, department spokeswoman Jennifer Marlatt told reporters.

Huskins, 29, is in good condition and had no apparent injuries, Marlatt said. Huskins left with police to meet several family members.

UPDATE V: Missing Vallejo woman found safe: ‘Everyone’ is a person of interest.

Investigators in Vallejo are traveling to interview a woman who was reportedly kidnapped from her boyfriend’s home, held for ransom, then found safe Wednesday, 420 miles south in Huntington Beach, authorities said.

Denise Huskins, 29, was found in “good condition” at a relative’s house, said Huntington Beach police Officer Jennifer Marlatt.

Vallejo police said Wednesday afternoon that they are continuing to investigate the case as a kidnap-for-ransom.

“We’re confident we’re going to be able to piece this puzzle together and get a better picture of what really occurred once we speak to Ms. Huskins,” Vallejo Police Department spokesman Lt. Kenny Park said.

“There’s nobody that’s a person of interest at this point. Everyone is.”

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    4 Responses to “29 Year Old Denise Huskins Missing Since 3/23/15 in Vallejo, CA … Possible Abduction/Kidnap for Ransom (Update: Police Searching Mare Island Waterfront)(Update: Found Safe in Huntington Beach, CA)”

    1. Tamikosmom on March 25th, 2015 1:33 pm

      UPDATE!!! 11:00 AM PT

      Father says California woman allegedly abducted found safe 420 miles away
      Published March 25, 2015

      DEVELOPING: The father of a California woman allegedly abducted Monday from a home in what police said may have been a kidnap-for-ransom case told FoxNews.com his daughter has been found safe.

      Denise Huskins, 29, was found in Huntington Beach some 420 miles away from Vallejo, where she disappeared, her father said Wednesday. He said he could not elaborate further.

      The Vallejo Police Department has not yet confirmed the father’s claim. A press conference is planned for 3 p.m. local time Wednesday. …


    2. Tamikosmom on March 25th, 2015 4:02 pm


      Where was Denise Huskin dropped off? Nevertheless … I am thankful this your lady is safe but … details would be appreciated.


      Father: Vallejo woman reportedly abducted dropped off at SoCal home
      UPDATED 12:57 PM PDT Mar 25, 2015

      VALLEJO, Calif. (KCRA) —The father of a Vallejo woman reported kidnapped for ransom said his daughter was dropped off at her mother’s house in Huntington Beach.

      Huntington Beach police confirmed that Denise Huskins, the 29-year-old missing since Monday, was found safe.

      Huntington Beach police Officer Jennifer Marlatt said in a statement Wednesday that detectives are at the scene at the Huntington Beach home.

      Marlatt says no other details are immediately available.

      Huskins’ uncle, Jeff Kane, told KCRA’s David Bienick that Huskins called her father sometime Wednesday morning and said she was safe and at a home in Huntington Beach.

      KCRA’s Hearst content partner at the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that a cousin said Huskins was dropped off unharmed by an unknown person at her father’s Huntington Beach home.

      Vallejo police had been investigating Huskins’ disappearance as a kidnapping-for-ransom case.

      Lt. Kenny Park, of the Vallejo Police Department, said they were notified at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday that Huskins was found safe in Huntington Beach.

      Officers from the Vallejo Police Department will head down to Southern California to interview Huskins, Park said.

      The case is still considered a kidnapping for ransom, according to Park. ….


    3. Tamikosmom on March 26th, 2015 9:47 am


      Kidnapping Of Denise Huskins Ruled A Hoax, Criminal Charges Are Possible
      March 25, 2015

      VALLEJO (CBS13) — The alleged kidnapping of Denise Huskins is now being treated as a hoax, and criminal charges are possible.

      Huskins told family members she would meet with Vallejo Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Arrangements were made for her to fly on a jet to Vallejo to answer questions. Since then, no contact has been made between police and Huskins.

      A visibly agitated Lt. Kenny Parks called the investigation “a wild goose chase” and said Huskins and her boyfriend Aaron Quinn are no longer being treated as a victim or a witness. Quinn is currently not in custody.

      “Mr. Quinn and Ms. Huskins have plundered valuable resources away from our community, and have taken focus away from the true victims of our community while instilling fear amongst our community members,” he said. “So if anything, it’s Mr. Quinn and Ms. Huskins that owe this community an apology.” ….

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