The public is still concerned about safety in the Sundial Bridge area more than a week after Sherri Papini was found along I-5 in Yolo County after being kidnapped for over a month. Papini was taken while jogging near her home in Mountain Gate, CA by her kidnappers. The Yolo County Sheriff’s office wants to warn the public, particularly women to be extra aware of their surroundings to be safe. Local residents have commented that their personal habits have changed since the incident, including taking to running in pairs and carrying pepper spray.
- More than a week after she was found alive, many North State residents are still concerned that her kidnappers could strike again. Now, women are thinking about more they can do to protect themselves.
- These days, at the Sundial Bridge on the Sacramento River trail, a popular place for men and women to exercise, many say safety is always on their mind, but the Sherri Papini case has served as a reminder of just how important it is to always be hyper-aware of your surroundings.
- More than a week after Sherri Papini was found along Interstate 5 in Yolo County after disappearing while jogging near her home in Mountain Gate, sheriff’s investigators still don’t have a positive id on the two suspects they believe abducted her.
“Several women say they exercise in pairs, bring their dog with them or both.”