13 year old Patrick Siebenthaler ran away after school in the Placerville area on September 24, 2018. Patrick has ran away in the past but always returned within a day or two. Patrick fled without having any extra clothing, money or supplies to utilize as one may do when it’s planned. Patrick has substance abuse problems and there is extreme concern Patrick can be manipulated and/or abused during his efforts to obtain food, money or shelter. Contacts and family that Patrick has reached out to in the past have not seen or heard from him which raises the concerns for the potential danger Patrick may be in due to the extended time frame he has been missing for.
Patrick is 5’3″ to 5’6″ tall, 140 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.
If anyone has any information regarding Patrick and his whereabouts please contact El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Detective Perez at 530-642-4720. If Patrick is seen contact El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch at 530-621-6600 or 911 for the area he is seen in. Reference El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office case EG18-8581.
This morning, 10/10/18 at approximately 6:22 am, EDSO and CHP Placerville received a call of a vehicle vs pedestrian collision on Missouri Flat Rd at Halyard Ln. Preliminary reports indicate a dark colored sedan traveling north on Missouri Flat Rd struck a pedestrian. The sedan then fled the scene.
Fire, CHP and EDSO responded and despite life saving efforts, the pedestrian was unfortunately pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim has been identified as 87 year old Gottfried George Brunner, who resided near the location of the accident. Next of kin has been notified.
CHP – Placerville is currently investigating the collision and El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is handling the coroner’s investigation. CHP is looking for a dark colored sedan that may have damage to the right front. There is no question that the driver of the sedan is aware they were involved in the collision. They are asked to come forward sooner than later.
Witnesses with factual information are encouraged to contact CHP at one of three numbers-
Office (8am-5pm) 530-622-1110
Dispatch (24 hrs) 916-861-1300
Tip line 1-800-TELL-CHP (1-800-835-5247)
On October 3, 2018, FEMA will issue a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alerts to test national warning capabilities. The test message will be sent to all radio, TV, and compatible cell phones. However, some cell phones may not receive the test message. Attached to this are documents provided by FEMA for more information.
After the test, we will have a poll on our Facebook page to see if you did or did not receive the test message.