Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
People | By Neil Grant

Missing Indian family in the US: One body found

Missing Indian family in the US: One body found

Jennifer, her wife Sarah and three of their children were found dead after their vehicle plunged into the Pacific Ocean March 26. But after spending two weeks with the family Argyropoulos said she noticed kindness, love and respect for the children was largely absent.

"Preliminary results showed Jennifer Hart had a.102 BAC (blood alcohol content)", the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office said in a statement on Friday.

Her wife, Sarah Hart, had a significant amount of Benadryl in her system, as did two of the children, police said.

In California, a person is legally drunk if they have a BAC of.08 or higher.

"These items were of a personal nature and will not be described further at this time, but it does confirm the fact the vehicle that was seen going into the river was that of the Thottapilly family", the California Highway Patrol said.

Hart family left shortly after child services visited neighbor told agency
Missing Indian family in the US: One body found

Carpenter said the family stopped in the small town of Naselle, Washington, about 80 miles (130 kilometers) northwest of their home in Woodland, Washington, during their drive to the California cliff. Naselle is near U.S. Highway 101, a popular scenic route along the coast.

Officials in California, who have been searching for a missing Indian family of four, have found a woman's body which was washed up near the swollen Eel river. Three of the children were missing, though the body of a girl believed to be one of the missing children was found near the site of the accident last week. Hannah, 16; Devonte, 15; and Sierra, 12, have not been found.

A neighbor of the Harts in Woodland had filed a complaint, saying the children were apparently being deprived of food as punishment.

The children's adoptive parents, Jennifer and Sarah Hart, and three of their siblings were confirmed dead after the crash, police said.

The family was officially reported as missing to the San Jose Police Department on April 8.

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