Missing woman from Toledo calls family after 13abc story

Family members say they heard from DeeAnna Scott after she was nearly one year.
Family members are searching for answers after they have not heard from DeeAnna Scott since...
Family members are searching for answers after they have not heard from DeeAnna Scott since November 2020.(Sara Scott)
Published: Sep. 30, 2021 at 11:19 PM EDT|Updated: Oct. 12, 2021 at 6:14 PM EDT
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UPDATE on 10/12/2021: The family of DeeAnna Scott says she called her mother from the Seattle area after seeing the story published by 13abc. According to her sister, DeeAnna is “safe and doing well. She is just a bit overwhelmed and is focusing on her health care” for treatments of Lyme Disease.

DeeAnna’s sister adds if 13abc had not run the story, her family would still be looking for her.

Read the original story below.

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Where is DeeAnna Scott? That’s the question her sister wants to be answered.

“She was corresponding with us a lot. You know, she was asking for money. We were giving her money. We were paying her car note and stuff like that, helping her out,” said Sara Scott, who lives in Toledo.

Sara explains her sister DeeAnna, who’s in her mid-30s, moved to the Seattle area and may have been living in a homeless shelter at a church. However, Sara has not heard from DeeAnna since November 2020.

“All her social media started like dwindling off, like, slowly. Like just disappearing,” Scott.

This week, a letter arrived at their grandfather’s house on Leybourn Ave. in Toledo. It shows DeeAnna’s car was recently impounded and towed by a company in Redmond, Washington.

“It looked like it was there for a while. Like, there was green moss under the car,” said Sara, who adds she’s been talking with a detective in the Seattle area, trying to get information. “So, pretty much, like just little things, little details, little odds and ends are coming up. Like. my sister had a cube of storage. We just found that out that, you know, she has storage that she stopped paying on.”

Meantime, pictures of DeeAnna are circulating on the internet, including ones from on Facebook by a group called “For The Missing: Pacific Northwest.”

Sara is planning to head there to search for her sister in the coming months.

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