Sacramento mom earlier reported missing in Miami found safe

Angela Morissey missing / Miami PD

This image released by the Miami Police Department shows Angela Morissey, missing from Miami since March 28, 2021. Morissey, a 23-year-old California mother of two, disappeared in late March while vacationing in Miami. Indian Country Today reports that Morrisey’s mother, Darnella Melancon, of Yuma, Arizona, traveled to Florida to help search for her daughter, who is a citizen of the Fort Yuma Quechan Indian Tribe. Miami Police Assistant Chief Armando Aguilar says there’s no evidence Morissey’s in danger, but it’s unusual for her to be gone for so long without contacting anyone. (Courtesy of Miami Police Department via AP)

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) – The mother of a 23-year-old Sacramento mother of two who was earlier reported missing while vacationing in Miami has been found safe.

According to a Facebook post by Darnella Melancon, her daughter – Angela Morrisey – was found safe. She declined to give any further details.

Morrisey was in Miami with her boyfriend, who told police he last saw her March 28. The two were waiting for a boat tour at the downtown Bayside Marketplace when she headed to the restroom and never returned, investigators said.

The next night, Morrisey was spotted on surveillance video at a gas station in the suburb of Hialeah.

She was alone and did not appear to be in distress, Miami Police Assistant Chief Armando Aguilar said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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