HARRISON, Ark. -- Sheriff Mike Moore says Artuso-Evans is no longer considered to be in danger.
Sheriff Moore declined to release all of the specific details, but says his office had been able to determine the woman was seen in public a few hours after the incident and was not being held against her will at that time.
Evans-Artuso had been sought since January 30th after she was reported to have
been taken against her will by her estranged husband, Gary Evans.
Investigators spoke to a woman by phone that identified herself as Angelique Evans-Artuso, and although her identity was not positively verified they feel it was indeed the missing woman.
is still being sought for questioning in the incident as well as for
outstanding warrants for an unrelated offense.
Sheriff Moore said his office would continue to try to find both Gary and Angel Evans; although Angel has been removed from the
HARRISON, Ark. -- Deputies in Boone County, Arkansas are asking for the public's help to find a woman who was seen being forced into a car Wednesday following a domestic assault. The woman has not been seen since.
Boone County Sheriff Mike Moore says Angelique Artuso-Evans, 42, was taken against her will by her estranged husband.
Deputies are trying to fin Gary Evans, age 50, but friends and family of the couple have not been able to give much information. The couple was last believed to be living in the Springfield area, but Angelique, known as Angel to her friends, was seen being forced into the car on Moark Road northeast of Harrison.
She has been entered into the National Crime Information Center as a Missing / Endangered Person.
Sheriff Moore says Gary Evans has warrants out for his arrest on unrelated charges. Moore encouraged anyone seeing Evans to contact the nearest law enforcement agency or the Boone County Sheriff's office 870-741-8404.