LAS VEGAS — The search is over for missing Kentucky woman Jena Chisolm.
Jena Chisolm’s parents have been trying to locate their daughter who was last seen on Dec. 19 in Kentucky.
The 20-year old suffers from mental health issues and has recently dropped out school and isolated herself from family and friends.
Her family became very concerned when she failed to show up for a scheduled doctor’s appointment on Dec. 26.
Using GPS, the family was able to track her cellphone which indicated she was in Las Vegas.
Her dog was found tied up and abandoned outside a motel on the southern part of the Las Vegas strip.
It was confirmed that she was in Las Vegas when security officers at The Quad has asked her for identification on Thursday evening and she provided it, however, security officers did not know that her family was looking for was so there was no reason for them to detain her.
Her car was found Friday abandoned at a Siegel Suites apartment complex located west of the Las Vegas strip.
Early Friday evening, security officers found Chisolm sleeping in the parking garage at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas.
She willingly went with security officers to the security office at the resort and called her mother, Tina Chisolm, who had just arrived in Las Vegas.
Her mother says that her daughter suffered some type of mental breakdown.
She reportedly lost her her phone, the keys to her car and her dog and told police that she wanted to become a dancer in Las Vegas.
Jena Chisolm has been reunited with her family and is expected to return home to Kentucky on Sunday.