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Missing Woman Camille Withuhn Found Safe | myMotherLode.com

Dorrington, CA — A Sacramento woman who was in Dorrington over the weekend is no longer missing.

Camille Withuhn, age 27, was staying at a retreat at the Golden Pines Campground. 53 more words


Sacramento Woman Camille Withuhn Missing In Calaveras County | myMotherLode.com

Dorrington, CA — The Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a woman that officials say has voluntarily gone missing.

Camille Withuhn, 27, of Sacramento was camping at the Golden Pines Camp Ground, in Dorrington, when she left on foot towards Highway 4. 37 more words


Former UC Berkeley Student Found Safe After Going Missing From Calaveras County Campground

CALAVERAS COUNTY (CBS SF) — A former University of California at Berkeley student who went missing while camping Saturday was found safe and sound, the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office said Monday. 176 more words


Gold Country

(Above: Historic Angels Camp Downtown, Calaveras County) California Gold Rush is one of the most important defining moments in American history and culture. Much of the literature from this period comprises of a variety of storytelling forms: newspaper reports, published letters and diaries, such as those by Dame Shirley; traveler’s guidebooks; short stories and poems by Bret Harte, Mark Twain, and Jack London; popular legends; and, more recently, films and cartoons. 335 more words


Murphys Pt 4

Conversation with mom: She thinks I’m selfish. She thinks I better hurry and find a job, I’m putting my dad in his grave. She thinks I was better in high school, when I won awards, and made honors lists. 441 more words

Leila Fowler Evidentiary Hearing

After a hearing that stretched over two days, the court ruled that statements made by Isaiah Fowler during the course of at least five (5) interviews with Calaveras County Sheriffs and the FBI were not made in a custodial setting.  179 more words

Murphys Pt. 2

I don’t know where my cat is. I have been here only a week and I’m afraid a coyote got her. The old lady kept worrying about it, waking me early in the morning, and telling me to keep her in my room. 2,177 more words