Missing woman found in Mexico

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imageEL CAJON – A 60-year-old El Cajon woman who mistakenly drove into Mexico four days ago was found safe and taken home, police said.

Anne Louise Terhune told police she drove into Mexico by mistake after being stuck on the southbound freeway, police said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials at the San Ysidro port of entry notified El Cajon police about 1 a.m., that they had found Terhune.

An El Cajon police officer gave her a ride home, police said. She appeared to have been in good health and did not request medical treatment, police said. Her husband, Brian Moon, said El Cajon Police called him to report her 2004 gold Mercury Marquis sedan was spotted crossing the border at the San Ysidro port of entry around 11 p.m., Tuesday.

Police later received information that Terhune was possibly involved in a non injury traffic accident in Tijuana, police said. Terhune told officers she had been lost and would be home the following day, but failed to return on time.


  • Art

    Husband said she was going to library.. how do you go from library to Mexico… then crash over there and be act like nothing wrong.. more to story not being said…

  • Diesel

    Has to be way more to this story. On the news they said she ran out of gas, but then her car was stolen? And then she wandered around for 4 days in Mexico without asking for help? Either she has dementia or she’s lying.

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