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Yuba City family questions police efforts in find a sister

Yuba City family have questions for law enforcement after him took almost two weeks to find two people who never returned home from day trip and later found dead.Former classmates found body of Juan Zavala, 36, and Jeanette Pantoja, 28 outside their SUV in Nevada County on Wednesday around 5:30 pm “I really hoped they would found alive and I could give her big hug and tell her that I missed her,” said Adriana Pantoia, younger sister of Jeanette. She was the middle sister who they called “Janet”. Alejandra is Janet’s older sister. She is still in disbelief in how Search for she concluded. – I don’t want believe it. I don’t want believe my little sister is gone,” Alejandra said. family prayed for in past 11 days that she and Zavala will come home alive. “His just heartbreaking that my sister was out there who knows how many days if she suffered,” said Alejandra. former a classmate texted her on facebook on Wednesday night saying they found couple’s bodies near their SUV that crashed down embankment off Highway 20 and Poker Flat Road in Penn Valley. The wreckage was not visible from the highway, officials said. Pantokha and Zavala went missing on their way home after a day trip to Reno. The couple remained friends after the breakup. This was reported by the Yuba City Police and the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office. last week they watched in same area where are their phones last pinged but couldn’t find them. On Monday they said that they continue to look for ping location. There’s even a flyer hanging next to crash website.” This just upset that they were so close, the ping was right there, ”said Alejandra Pantoja. family evil with law enforcement agencies. They said never took this missing case is serious.” We searched, but we don’t have the resources like police, she said. “They have police dogs, drones, helicopters. I kept telling them, “Why don’t you guys working hard enough?” The sisters said community gave them strength during this difficult time. want to thank the couple who went down there and found my sister,” said Adriana Pantoia. “Now we can have peace. of mind.” family they said need help payment for their sister’s funeral. They are set up GoFundMe for expenses. Yuba City Police and Nevada County Sheriff office they said they would answer family questions. California Highway Patrol is investigating cause of in crash. He has not yet been able to determine who was driving at the time of in crash.

Yuba city family have questions for law enforcement after him took almost two weeks to find two people who never returned home from day trip and later found dead.

Former classmates found body of Juan Zavala, 36, and Jeanette Pantoja, 28 outside their SUV in Nevada County on Wednesday around 17:30

“I really hoped that they would found alive and I could give her big hug and tell her that I missed her,” said Adriana Pantoia, younger sister of Jeanette.

She was the middle sister who they called “Janet”.

Alejandra is Jeanette’s older sister. She is still in disbelief in how Search for she concluded.

“I don’t want believe it. I don’t want believe that my little sister is gone,” said Alejandra.

family prayed for in past 11 days that she and Zavala will come home alive.

“His just heartbreaking that my sister was out there who knows how many days if she suffered,” said Alejandra.

Pantoha said a former a classmate texted her on facebook on Wednesday night saying they found couple’s bodies near their SUV that crashed down embankment off Highway 20 and Poker Flat Road in Penn Valley.

The wreckage was not visible from the highway, officials said.

Pantokha and Zavala went missing on their way home after a day trip to Reno. The couple remained friends after the breakup.

This was reported by the Yuba City Police and the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office. last week they watched in same area where are their phones last pinged but couldn’t find them. On Monday they said that they continue to look for ping location. There’s even a flyer hanging next to crash website.

“His just upset that they were so close, the ping was right there, ”said Alejandra Pantoia.

family evil with law enforcement agencies. They said never took this missing case seriously.

“We have searched, but we do not have the resources like police, she said. “They have police dogs, drones, helicopters. I kept telling them, “Why don’t you guys working hard enough?”

The sisters said community gave them strength during this difficult time.

“I want to thank the couple who went down there and found my sister,” said Adriana Pantoia. “Now we can have peace. of intelligence.”

family they said need help payment for their sister’s funeral. They are set up GoFundMe for expenses.

Yuba City Police and Nevada County Sheriff office they said they would answer family questions.

California Highway Patrol is investigating cause of in crash. He has not yet been able to determine who was driving at the time of in crash.

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