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A 20-year-old Indiana woman went missing in early November after traveling to California, where her mother says she made a disturbing call from a stranger’s cell phone before she went missing.

Leteche Norris went to Santa Cruz on November 1 with her boyfriend, Joseph “Joey” Smith, her mother Cheryl Walker wrote on facebook, She was last seen on November 4 in San Diego, and last contacted her family on November 5 after a fight with her boyfriend.


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During a phone call on November 5, Norris told her mother about the fight and said she would call again, Walker revealed. cron-tv, She said that her daughter did not explain why she was not using her phone.

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But Walker said that was the last time he heard from his daughter — and that her boyfriend could no longer be reached.

Walker has since launched a social media campaign to find her daughter, which has garnered widespread media attention.

“My daughter is as important as Gabby Petito,” Walker wrote on Facebook. “As if what happened to that sweet girl wasn’t heartbreaking enough.”

Petito’s case made national headlines for months after she went missing during a road trip with her boyfriend Brian Laundry in August. Petito was found dead weeks after she disappeared from Wyoming, while a nationwide search for laundry began. Laundry was found dead in Florida in October from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Walker also criticized the San Diego Police Department (SDPD), claiming that police told him “he is not considered to be at risk.”

The SDPD “chosen to ignore the red flags, and try to advance a narrative that ‘we see this all the time,'” Walker wrote.

Granthshala News contacted the San Diego Police Department for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.