Missing woman's mother: 'I'm worried about her'
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. -- A Roseburg woman has been missing since May, and authorities are now asking for the public's help in finding her.
They are asking for the public's help in the disappearance of Sabrina Lee Beleele, 42.
Jessie Chavez, Sabrina's mother, told KPIC News that she has changed a bit since the last pictures were taken of her. "She's lost a lot of weight. She only weighs about 80 pounds," she said.
Chavez says she went missing after she had an argument with her brother back in May.
Her brother said he told her to respect the house, or leave it.
That's when her family says Sabrina ran to a neighbor. "I guess he was chasing her down the street, and the girl who lives down the road here, said that she went after her, but she was screaming and crying and then she took off," Chavez said.
Sheriff's deputy Dwes Hutson said this type of thing isn't uncommon. "It probably wasn't unusual for her to be gone for a while, but at some point, the mother didn't hear from her and so she reported her missing."
Two months have gone by with no sign of Sabrina.
"There's not really a grace period," says Hutson. "I know you watch TV and they say, "well, they've gotta be missing for 24 hours." well, that's not the case."
Chavez says she just wants to make sure her daughter is OK. "We want her back here, because I'm worried about her."