The Kidnapping Of Jaycee Lee Dugard

The home where Jaycee Lee Dugard was held captive for almost 20 years. (credit: Getty Images)
The Garridos' Antioch Home The home where Jaycee Lee Dugard was held captive for almost 20 years. (credit: Getty Images)
A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard dressed for Halloween, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit should: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A Family Handout Photo Of Jaycee Lee Dugard A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard dressed for Halloween, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit should: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Jaycee Dugard's father, Ken Slayton, and his attorney, Gloria Allred, hold a news conference to respond to Dugard Family press statement affirming that he is Jaycee's father. (credit: Getty Images)
Ken Slayton, Biological Father Of Jaycee Dugard Jaycee Dugard's father, Ken Slayton, and his attorney, Gloria Allred, hold a news conference to respond to Dugard Family press statement affirming that he is Jaycee's father. (credit: Getty Images)
A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard (L-R) on her way to the "Rose Parade", dressed for Halloween and as a 3 year old, are shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A Family Handout Photo Of Jaycee Lee Dugard A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard (L-R) on her way to the "Rose Parade", dressed for Halloween and as a 3 year old, are shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Tina Dugard, Jaycee's aunt, reads a statement from the family at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Tina Dugard, Aunt Of Jaycee Lee Dugard Tina Dugard, Jaycee's aunt, reads a statement from the family at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
People Magazine's October 26 issue with recently freed kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard on the cover. This is the first time a current image of Dugard has been published since she was kidnapped by a sex offender in Lake Tahoe in 1991 as an eleven-year-old. (Credit: Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
People Magazine's October 26 Issue Featuring Jaycee Lee Dugard People Magazine's October 26 issue with recently freed kidnapping victim Jaycee Dugard on the cover. This is the first time a current image of Dugard has been published since she was kidnapped by a sex offender in Lake Tahoe in 1991 as an eleven-year-old. (Credit: Saul LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard when 3 years old, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009.(credit MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A Family Handout Photo Of Jaycee Lee Dugard A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard when 3 years old, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009.(credit MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard on her way to the "Rose Parade" before her ordeal, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
A Family Handout Photo Of Jaycee Lee Dugard A family handout photo of the released kidnapped victim Jaycee Dugard on her way to the "Rose Parade" before her ordeal, is shown at a news conference at the Federal Building in Los Angeles on September 3, 2009. (credit: MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images)
Vans and other random items are seen in the backyard of Phillip Garrido, the man who, along with his wife, kidnapped and held Jaycee Lee Dugard for nearly two decades. (credit: Getty Images)
Aerial View Of the Garridos' Yard Vans and other random items are seen in the backyard of Phillip Garrido, the man who, along with his wife, kidnapped and held Jaycee Lee Dugard for nearly two decades. (credit: Getty Images)
Tarps, tents and a wooden structure are seen in the backyard of Phillip Garrido where Jaycee Lee Dugard was held for nearly two decades. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Items In the Garridos' Backyard Tarps, tents and a wooden structure are seen in the backyard of Phillip Garrido where Jaycee Lee Dugard was held for nearly two decades. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
This aerial photo of Phillip Garrido's backyard in Antioch shows ramshackle structures where Jaycee and her daughters were held captive. (credit: Getty Images))
Aerial View of the Garridos' Backyard This aerial photo of Phillip Garrido's backyard in Antioch shows ramshackle structures where Jaycee and her daughters were held captive. (credit: Getty Images))
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One Comment

  1. Hera says:

    If they were my neighbors I would have noticed the trashy yard. My kids throw balls over fences and I would have looked over at least once…. a year… let alone how many times in twenty years. Wow… I don’t understand how this could have happened.

    Why didn’t she (Jaycee) ever try and get anyone’s attention?

  2. Postone says:

    The damnn parolee agents who didn’t do their jobs should be in prison!

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