Police are looking for information about a local woman who hasn’t been seen nor heard from since Jan. 8.
Jamie Marie Breckenridge, 42, of Grand Coulee, was last seen at Tim’s 4 Corner Union 76, her family says. They pasted posters around town on Thursday, hoping to elicit clues.
Her mother, Carol Ann Estrada, of Elmer City, said Tuesday that she hasn’t heard from anyone with specific information.
Police officers contacted Breckenridge on a domestic violence complaint the day before she went missing. And she was seen on a Jan. 6 security tape picking up a prescription. Police noted there was no evidence of stress evident in the images.
At the time of the domestic violence issue, Breckenridge told police that she wanted to leave the area as soon as possible and go to Snohomish, Wash.
A statewide alert went out to police, and particularly to Snohomish police. No contact has been made in Snohomish.
Breckenridge had been due in court in Grant County Tuesday to answer an assault charge regarding an Aug., 16, 2011, incident in which she allegedly struck a woman in H&H Grocery in Electric City. Breckenridge didn’t show up in the District Court in Ephrata and a bench warrant was issued for her arrest as a matter of course.
When last seen, Breckenridge was wearing a white knit cap, a black coat and jeans.
There had been two calls from people who said they might have seen Breckenridge, but neither call panned out.
Anyone with information about the woman is asked to contact the Grand Coulee Police Department, 633-1411.