Police say missing Lummi Nation mother no longer considered missing, family disagrees

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Reatha May Finkbonner missing – What happened to Lummi Nation mother Reatha May Finkbonner?

Reatha May Finkbonner, 30-year-old mother, from Lumni Nation who had been reported missing from home, has been removed from missing persons case file as the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department say she is no longer considered a missing vulnerable person.

Why Did police drop the case of missing Lummi Nation mother Finkbonner?

Sources say that both the family and Authorities are not coming to consensus of dropping the case from missing persons journal.

Police believe that due to her past history, which wasn’t mentioned in details, that they do not see the need of continuing the search as it maybe that she just went out on her own and will be back.

The 30-year-old who is facing charges of possession of hard drugs, had been arrested on September 1, for possession of Narcotics, and was later released the next day

What is the family’s stand in dropping the case?

Despite conversations police have had with the family of Finkbonner, to see reasons why the case has to be dropped, the family has disagreed as they believe that authorities are dropping the case because they think she is a drug addict.