Did the Missing Rucki Sisters Want To Be Found?

22 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Father of 2 missing Minnesota girls ‘ecstatic’ they’re found.

LAKEVILLE, Minn. (AP) — The father of two Minnesota girls found safe after being missing for more than two years says the family is “ecstatic” the teenagers are back home.Gianna and Samantha Rucki, the two Lakeville teens who had been missing since April 2013, were found by police on Wednesday at the White Horse Ranch in Herman, Minn., about 30 miles west of Alexandria.

The Rucki family is now in the process of being reunited with Samantha and Gianni Rucki, who went missing in the spring of 2013 after running away from home, while more details are emerging about how they were found. Jason Polinski confirmed they executed a search warrant at the property that is operated by Gina Dahlen, according to the ranch’s website, as part of a string of police searches related to the case.

The Pioneer Press reports that their father, David Rucki, expressed relief that his daughters were found on Wednesday, with his attorney saying on Thursday: “I talked to Dave this morning and he said that it’s the first time in 2½ years that he actually had a good night’s sleep. In a statement Friday, he called it “a very emotional time for all involved” and asked for privacy for the family. “Thank you for the kind thoughts and prayers and we hope to continue to receive support from the community moving forward on this healing journey,” the statement said.

The girls’ mother, Sandra Grazzini-Rucki, was arrested last month in Florida but had declined to provide information on their whereabouts to investigators. This woman is said to have emailed Grazzini-Rucki’s attorney two days after they disappeared and also tracked the IP address following activity on the mother’s Facebook account to the woman’s house. A search of her home on Oct. 21 saw computers, cellphones and electronic storage devices seized, the information on which led them to the farm near Herman where the girls were found. The Star Tribune reports that the “underground network” involved in the girls’ disappearance are said to be critics of the family courts system, noting that the St.

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