‘I’ll call my dad if he dies’: Mom of California woman found dead on freeway after being abducted by kidnappers says she’ll call him
CALIFORNIA — A California mother who disappeared in 2015 and was presumed dead has been found alive and well, according to her family.
Theresa Pascual said she was in Los Angeles County jail in early December when she was released after being arrested on suspicion of murder.
She told ABC News she had not seen her daughter since her disappearance.
She said she has not seen Teresa since then, and that she’s never been seen since.
Pascual, a single mother of three, had been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon on March 3, but she was not charged.
She said she is not the daughter she thought she was, nor has she ever talked about Teresa.
Pascal Pascuil has been in custody since her release, according with California Department of Corrections.
She is being held in lieu of $150,000 bail.
A family member, whose identity was not immediately available, told ABC affiliate KABC that Teresa Pascul was the daughter of the father of Pascua’s brother, and was born in Mexico.
She grew up in the United States, according the person.
A search was conducted last week on the family’s property and several vehicles were found, according Pascuel’s brother.
The man said his sister told him she wanted to go home and was waiting for her mother.PASCUA’S MOTHER: I WANNA BE HOME Pascuels mother told KABC she was going to go to sleep.
Teresa was not there, she said.
She then called her sister and said, “I’ll be home.”
Pascuel told KCBS that she is still worried about Teresa and is not sure if her daughter has left.
She called Teresa a loving, caring person and said she loves her family and will always be their sister.
She told ABCNews.com that she has tried to get Teresa to come home but has not been successful.
She was arrested on January 8, 2016, on suspicion that she killed her daughter.
She was released on bail on December 15, but was not arrested until January 18.
Possible suspects are being sought, but no suspects have been identified.