Police have made contact with Mendota woman once considered at risk
MENDOTA, Calif. (Fox26) —
Update: Mendota Police say they have found Subega and that she is fine.
Mendota Police think a woman may have been abducted Tuesday around 11 p.m.
In a news release, police said someone told them they saw 37-year-old Tisoc Lopez, armed with a handgun, hit Desirea Subega, 20, in the face and force her into a home on Lolita street.
When officers went to check on the call, no one was in the home. Officers said they don't know where they may have gone or how they left the home.
Lopez has been convicted for violent crimes.
Police said Subega is currently considered to be at risk.
Subega is described as a Hispanic woman, 5'4" and about 150 pounds with brown hair. She was last seen wearing a white shirt with light blue jeans and pink tennis shoes.
Lopez is a Hispanic man, 6'1", around 230 pounds with short shaved hair and a beard. He has brown eyes and was last seen wearing a white tank top with jean shorts, and sandals. Police said he is armed.
Anyone with information is asked to call 559-655-9120 or 559-655-4294.