The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday extended a $20,000 reward for information about a woman who was reported missing near Palmdale two years ago and is believed to be the victim of foul play.
Supervisor Kathryn Barger recommended extending the reward for information on the disappearance of then-27-year-old Gloria Huerta, also known as Jessica.
“Jessica has been missing for more than two years. My heart is breaking for this young woman’s family, who are desperately pleading for the public’s help so she can be found and brought home,” Barger said in a statement. “I’m hopeful that extending this reward will encourage the public’s cooperation so we can both find Jessica and hold those responsible for her disappearance accountable.”
On Aug. 3, 2020, Huerta was reported to sheriff’s deputies as missing. She was last seen in the 14700 block of East Avenue Q-14, where she was staying in her 15- to 20-foot white trailer. Sheriff’s investigators said previously they believe an altercation occurred there. The trailer, which is unmarked and has a rear door, is also missing. The sheriff’s department described Huerta as a small Hispanic woman, 4 feet, 11 inches tall and weighing 100 pounds, with brown eyes and hair. She is known to frequent Palmdale and Littlerock.
The Board of Supervisors initially offered a $10,000 reward for information, then increased it last year to $20,000. Anyone with additional information about Huerta’s whereabouts is urged to call 323-890-5500 or Crime Stoppers, 800-222-TIPS (8477).
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8 comments for "Supervisors extend $20,000 reward offer in case of missing Palmdale woman"
It’s hilarious how some people think that every story is a conspiracy we’re do you think Hollywood gets ideas for movies from real life maybe you should open your eyes to the reality of the Dark world you live in
I must say that I can only imagine what you may have heard or perhaps read over the last few weeks concerning this woman. I want you to hear the truth from me, as much as I can share. Good people need to create a community watchdog group against drug cartels and organized crime. The time is now while people are still alive.
Jayden Hernandez says
My Mom told me she used to work for the Sineloa cartels and they got rid of her because she was caught talking about their drug operations in Lancaster and Palmdale. Look at the rock on her finger, it tells the story.
Seems like your mom Knows her well your mom needs to be reported to the police. Your mom is ether an attention seeking lier or a suspect.
It’s clear to see the guy is high on something and he can’t control his senses. Organized criminals work for police agencies as spies. They work at banks and in city government. They put their kid’s through law school to commit better crimes. America has a serious problem.
Tim Scott says
It’s all under the control of one shadowy figure! He controls every criminal, right down to the kids spraying graffiti. They all follow his orders, like an army. It’s a gigantic conspiracy of something like a quarter of the population, all working together for the aggrandizement of that one central figure, that kingpin.
No, that’s the plot from Daredevil.
You’re just a paranoid conspiracy nut.
Jayden Hernandez says
My Mom isn’t a criminal! The Sineloa are the criminals who own farm’s and million dollar homes in Lancaster. They own businesses they launder money through. They own jewelry stores and they wear expensive jewelry to Mexico to sell it over there to avoid paying US taxes. Carrying money is suspicious.
I’m Glad the L.A county is keeping her case alive in the spot light she was killed !!! I hope her family gets answers!!!