Phillip and Nancy Garrido and the Kidnapping of Jaycee Lee Dugard

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Phillip and Nancy Garrido and the Kidnapping of Jaycee Lee Dugard
Introduction and Background Summary
On June 10, 1991, Nancy Garrido was with her husband Phillip Garrido
when he kidnapped 11-year-old Jaycee Lee Dugard near her house in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Jaycee’s stepfather, Carl Probyn, was standing in the family driveway “when he saw a grey car pull up beside the bus stop where his stepdaughter was waiting for the school bus. She was snatched and the car sped off” (Ayres and Tedmanson 1).
The investigation of the kidnapping dragged on for years without apparent progress until August of 2009, when Phillip Garrido went to the campus of the University of California at Berkeley with his two daughters and attempted to get...
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