Mother of teenage girl reported missing in north California Found dead last Friday, she asked for “time and space to grieve” the loss of her child.
The body of Trinity Bacchus was found in a densely forested river drain north of her aunt’s home. Nevada California County on Friday. Bacchus, 16, disappeared from her aunt’s 12 acres of land where she was staying on Wednesday night when she left the house in her pajamas.
Police say the teenager, a local basketball player, left her home in her pajamas and no shoes around 10:30 p.m. to meet her boyfriend, but never returned. is.
A cause of death has not yet been determined, but officials say there is “nothing suspicious” at this time. Investigation is ongoing.
In an Instagram Stories post posted on Andrea Stanio’s account (Trinity’s mother) on Saturday, the friend pleaded with the community and the public to give Andrea “time and space to grieve.”
“This is Amanda, Andreas [sic] Friends, now Andrea needs time and space to grieve. Please be respectful to reach out when you can,” read the post.
“Don’t show up at her house without permission. I know you want to be there for her, but please respect her space for now.
Trinity Backus poses for a photo with her mother, Andrea Stanio.
A message posted on Andrea Stanio’s Instagram story mourning the death of his teenage daughter asks friends to respect her privacy.
The body of Trinity Backus was found in a densely forested river drain north of her aunt Ashley Bjorklund’s residence on Kentucky Lavigne Road.
The teen’s cause of death has not yet been determined, but the coroner’s office will soon conduct its own investigation, including an autopsy.
Stanio said the last time he saw his daughter, “I was picking up my youngest daughter from school and dropping her (Trinity) off.”
“I took my youngest daughter to the snowy mountains. I said, ‘I love Torin.’ Those were the last words I said to my daughter.”
The grieving family said Trinity told her aunt, Ashley Björklund, that she was going to see her boyfriend, who lived about ten miles away.
The family did not disclose the identity of Backus’ boyfriend or whether he expected to see her on Wednesday night. rice field.
In a Facebook post, the sheriff’s office said a search and rescue team located the missing teen’s body in a “very wooded river drainage area” near her aunt’s 12-acre property. rice field.
Backus, a basketball player at Union High School in Nevada, was sleeping with a friend at Björklund’s house when Björklund disappeared.
The update was shocking news for the girl’s family and other residents of the community who were hoping the teenage girl would return home.
Dozens of agencies, including 140 people, search dogs and even several aircraft, joined the search on Thursday to try to locate the local teen. prize.
The mysterious death of a red-haired teen has sparked an outpouring of fear and sympathy from locals in the area.
“It’s just too scary,” Nevada County resident Tony Rollo told CBS News.
After the search, the sheriff’s office thanked those who cooperated.
“We are extremely grateful to the hundreds of volunteers from agencies throughout Northern California who assisted in this search.
Over the course of the day-and-a-half-long search, the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office made at least four Facebook page About the disappearance of Bacchus.
Authorities from numerous state and municipal agencies participated in the search for Bacchus.
The cause of death is likely to be revealed by the coroner in the next few days, officials said.Teenager pictured with her friend earlier this year
Authorities from numerous state and municipal agencies participated in the search for Bacchus. The search for Backus began after her aunt reported her missing on Thursday morning.
The girl’s mother, Andrea Stanio, told local media KCRA that she last saw her daughter around 3pm on Wednesday and was told by the girl’s aunt at around 10:47pm that Trinity had left the house. He said he got a call saying he was “running”.
“It doesn’t look like her,” said Stannio, who drove to Björklund’s house about 20 minutes away. When she arrived, her daughter was nowhere to be found.
The Placer County Sheriff’s Office, the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office, the California Governor’s Department of Emergency Services, and the California Highway Patrol all participated in the search.
The crew was assisted by a FIRIS infrared plane typically used to track the spread of wildfires.
The Butte County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Team, Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office, Yolo County Sheriff’s Office, California Rescue Dog Association, Marin County Sheriff’s Office, and San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office also assisted in the search effort.
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