*UPDATE* Police Confirm Rhonda Beaulieu From Canada IS SAFE!

The missing woman from Alberta, Canada is safe.

She just posted the following on her facebook account:

To all my friends and family I am soooo sorry for putting y’all thru hell over the last week!!! I am safe and still in Hawaii and will be home hopefully this next week,..i will call u mom

And then followed up by:

I LOVE YOU ALL AND WILL CALL WHEN I GET A ROOM IN KONA,..,AM SOBER AND GOING FOR A WALK TO CLEAR MY MIND,..I’M SO SORRY TO Y’ALL FOR WORRYING YOU AND I LOVE YOU MY BABIIEZ AND FAMILY PLEASE FORGIVE ME

UPDATE: The Big Island Police Department has released the following statement:

Big Island police have located 34-year-old Rhonda Beaulieu of Alberta, Canada, who was reported missing. She was found unharmed shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday in Captain Cook, South Kona.

13 Responses

  1. […] keeping it real… and if what your mother stated on my blog is true, then we need to catch the folks that did the following to you! SORRY FOLKS IF U THINK THIS […]

  2. your right angela this does happen to people all ove r the world people should do there research!!!

  3. […] she actually allegedly posted something to Facebook and the Hawaii Police Department confirmed that she was safe and found unharmed: Big Island police have located 34-year-old Rhonda Beaulieu of Alberta, Canada, […]

  4. For the ones who are jumping all over this case without all the details, you should be biting your tongue’s, As this has happened to MANY people all different ages AND in All countries, I do not know this person, and it is very mean and rude for you people to say it was a bender, The police are there to do a job and they are to do it very well and get paid very well for doing so.
    Before you start judging people, take a look at all the people missing, 1/2 of the ones who are found are ones who had been captured and was either found by authorities or were able to escape.
    So Let this be a lesson on how quick and easy something like this can happen, to you, your family or friends.

    • Biting our tongue’s what? Oh–you meant tongues.

      Not sure anyone was judging anyone, just voicing opinions based on limited information. The mother’s post–if it was, indeed, the mother–is mostly unintelligible, unfortunately. One has to wonder if what she says is true, why did her daughter fail to mention any of this?

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