Official search suspended, family still looking for Jennifer Huston
NEWBERG, Ore. - They may have called off the official search, but that's not stopping Yamhill Sheriff river patrol deputies David Mills and Kayla Anderson from scouring the Willamette for any sign of Jennifer Huston.
They checked the shore, and kept a close eye on the murky water for Huston or her SUV.
As determined as they are to help the family, they know they have a lot of water to cover.
"Our river alone is 50 miles, then we also checked Clackamas County, that's another 20 miles of river we checked," Mills said.
But on Friday, Jennifer's husband Kallen thanked those deputies and everyone who've helped look for his wife.
He reaffirmed his belief that she would never willingly leave her family behind and made an emotional plea to Jennifer or anyone who might have her.
"Jenn if you can see this or hear this I love you. You have support from the community. If you can come home please do so. The boys need you. I need you. If you can't get away we will continue to look for you. We will never stop. I love you," Kallen Huston said.
Kallen also stressed how important it is to find her SUV. It's a dark green Lexus LX 470 with Oregon plates WXH-011.