Sheriff's Office: Drone, helicopter used as search continues for missing Goodyear woman
Investigators have stepped up their search and utilized drones and a helicopter to no avail in the week since a Goodyear woman disappeared after she went to watch a once-in-a-lifetime lunar event in the foothills outside of Phoenix.
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office on Saturday first issued its plea for the public's help in locating 48-year-old Diana Junge, of Goodyear, who never returned home after hiking to see the super "blood moon."
The Sheriff's Office has said Junge's mother reported her missing after she possibly went stargazing Jan. 30 near the Granite Reef Recreation... read more
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