Desperate Search Developing In Delta For Missing Isleton Woman

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Susan Green (Family Photo)

Susan Green (Family Photo)

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ISLETON (KCBS) – The brother of an Isleton woman who went missing after leaving a karaoke bar more than a week ago plans to fly over the Delta in search for clues to her whereabouts amid mounting urgency about her disappearance.

Susan Green was last seen at the bar around 10 p.m. on Aug. 11, then family members later discovered curious circumstances at the trailer where the 55-year-old lived, said her brother, Rudy Hernandez.

“We’re talking about unlocked door at her little trailer, the rabbits that she loved unfed,” he said.

Her car, a red 2000 Ford Mustang with a disabled California license plate DP758CX was not there either. Hernandez said it would be unusual for her to go away without telling anyone.

Sacramento County Sheriff’s detectives consider Green to be at-risk because of the length of time she’s been missing, although there is no evidence yet she was the victim of a crime.

“Her disappearance is just inconsistent with her normal behavior patterns,” said Sgt. Jason Ramos.

Hernandez plans to conduct his own aerial search on Saturday.

“I actually have an airplane secured,” he said. “I will be in the air with a friend and a pilot and we’re going to fly the Delta.”

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