Surprise! Missing woman case solved after appearing on 'The Bachelor'

Peter Castro
February 3, 2018

After Public Information Officer Samantha Karges talked to the deputy who filed Martinez's missing persons report, she learned that he eventually talked to her and confirmed that she was the same person on the list. Seems she forgot to relay that intel to her mother.

She told the Journal that Martinez's mother reported her daughter missing on November 18, six days after she had last been seen.

"Bachelor" contestants no doubt have a lot to do before uprooting their lives for what could be weeks to months.

But the show may have broken new ground after one of the contestants, Bekah Martinez, of Fresco, Calif., was reported as a missing person in November. "Martinez had reportedly come to Humboldt County to work on a marijuana farm".

"I just got off the phone with Rebekah", said Karges. The original North Coast Journal article pointed out Humboldt County has the highest number of missing person reports in the state and wondered if there was any reason for the distinction.

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As one of the show's more popular and feisty contestants, the 22-year-old Martinez is far from missing. "How many times do I have to tell you I don't get cell service on the Bachelor??". Also, until very recently, the Fresno, California native was listed as a missing person on the California Department Of Justice website.

According to The New York Times, Martinez's mother made contact with her later the same day she reported her missing and shared that information with the sheriff's office on December 12. It was posted to Facebook and the publication asked its readers if they recognized anybody.

A woman reported missing in Northern California was discovered safe and sound by a fan - who noticed she was a contestant on "The Bachelor".

"Honestly the scariest thing about this story is that my efforts to hide The Worst Drivers License Photo Of All Time have been thwarted", the ABC reality star added on Twitter.

If anything, she was hiding in plain sight on ABC every Monday night. There are also a notable number of similarities between Martinez's profile on The Bachelor website, which went up January 1, and the official missing persons report on the Attorney General's website.

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