Jaycee Dugard, the California woman who was kidnapped when she was 11 and held captive for 18 years, has filed a lawsuit against the federal government, her publicist announced Thursday.
Read the complaint against the U.S. government filed by kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard.
Police have questioned the California couple convicted of kidnapping Jaycee Dugard about the high-profile abduction of a 9-year-old girl in the San Francisco Bay area more than two decades ago, a newspaper reported Wednesday.
New legislation is being introduced today aimed at helping keep dangerous, life-term prisoners behind bars.
Hayward police are not finished yet with Philip and Nancy Garrido. They believe the couple could be connected to another kidnapping investigation.
Relatives of victims who died at the hands of parolees gave emotional testimony at the state Capitol on Wednesday, and a former parole agent blasted what she described as systemic agency oversights that have been put under the spotlight in the wake of the end of Jaycee Lee Dugard’s captivity.
A state senator is seeking to change California law as a result of the Jaycee Dugard kidnapping.
Disturbing new video released Tuesday shows the wife of convicted kidnapper and rapist Phillip Garrido luring a young girl into the couple’s van, asking her to do the splits and videotaping her, two years after the couple kidnapped 11-year-old Jaycee Dugard.
The El Dorado County District Attorney said he has reached the “inescapable” conclusion that Phillip and Nancy Garrido targeted more children besides Jaycee Lee Dugard, the kidnapping victim who was held captive in their Antioch backyard for 18 years.
Jaycee Dugard’s book has sold out in the Sacramento area in less than two hours. Today, new disturbing video taken by her captor, Phillip Garrido shows close-up shots of girls in skirts.
New court documents and videos in connection with the kidnapping of Jaycee Lee Dugard.
Jaycee Dugard told her story to nearly 15 million people, opening up about being a sex slave and raising her children in captivity, then waiting for her chance for freedom.