Happy Camp woman reported missing, 'endangered'
The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office is searching for a Happy Camp, California, woman whose family reported her missing Thursday, and police have indicated she may be in danger.
Courtney Irene Culver, 24, was last seen at 10 a.m. Oct. 24 at the Mechanics Bank in Happy Camp, according to a news release. At the time, she was seen with her ex-boyfriend Terrance McCovey, 36.
A family member told police Culver was traveling to Eureka, California, but was supposed to return Nov. 2. Her last contact with family, a text message, was sent Nov. 1.
"Based on the circumstances of her disappearance and investigative followup conducted by SCSO investigators, there is reason to believe Ms. Culver is endangered," the news release said.
Culver is described as Native American, 5-feet-9, with a slender build. McCovey is described as Native American, 5-feet-6, with a slender build. He has black short to medium hair and brown eyes, and has tattoos on his neck.
They are believed to be traveling in a 2007 Ford Escape hybrid that is dark blue or black with tinted windows. The vehicle has the California license plate number 8EPA770.
Anyone with information was asked to call the sheriff's office 24-hour dispatch center at 530-841-2900.