Mariah Lauren Palmer of Scottsdale, AZ contacted her family from Las Vegas early Monday evening and told them that she was fine. Her family then called the hotel where she was staying to confirm.
Scottsdale police asked for help to locate Palmer on Monday after her mother awoke about 6 a.m. Monday and noticed she was gone.
There was no note left an her cellphone and laptop computer were missing, indicating that she had left voluntarily.
People that are bipolar can have very erratic mood swings and are known to swing from very euphoric highs to very dangerous lows and the people can become unpredictable.
Palmer was off of her medication and had left home without telling anyone so her parents were very worried.
Palmer’s mother last saw her around 10:30 p.m. before heading to bed at their home in the 10500 block of E. Larkspur Drive. When she awoke about 6:00 a.m. April 16, Palmer had disappeared.
Palmer’s mother said Palmer has a history of mental illness, including bi-polar and personality disorders. Palmer did not take her medication with her.
It was thought that she would hop a bus to San Diego or to Las Vegas.
Fortunately she was found and her parents said they would check on her welfare.
Many people think that Las Vegas is the place to disappear and people continue to flock to Sin City when they want to get away from it all.
Numerous fugitives, people with mental issues and some people who just want to get away from it all decide that the glitz and glitter of Las Vegas is the perfect escape.
The reality is that most people are found. Not all, but most.
In this case, fortunately the very troubled Lauren Palmer was located in Las Vegas and reunited with her family.
Full Story: AZCentral.com