New Information on Search for Young Girl
Kennewick, Wash. - Fliers are posted all over the Tri-Cities and Oregon in hopes they bring a young girl home to Pasco.
The fliers may be generating some tips for area police on where 7-year-old Heidi Rus is. Police said the girl's mom, Michelle Finley, may have left a note saying her life was in danger so she ran.
The two were last seen in Pendleton, Oregon while Finley was on a supervised visit with her daughter at the girl's grandparent's home.
The girl's father, Tom Rus, said Finley was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2002 and her accusations towards him have never stood up in court.
The Umatilla County District Attorney said he's just waiting for the police report to land on his desk to take action.
"When we do get the report and the investigation is complete, we'll take it to the grand jury to see if they feel a crime has been committed in our jurisdiction," said Umatilla County District Attorney Chris Braurer.
There's mixed information whether Finley is driving a blue Oldsmobile. What Franklin County Sheriffs said is not up for discussion is the fact that Finely is violating her court ordered custody agreement.
If you have any information to help bring Heidi Rus home, you're asked to call Franklin County Sheriffs.