Dec 9 Show: Investigative Journalist Julie Burnett gives an update on missing Sedona Woman Yolan Miller.
Posted On December 6, 2022
Brian Sussman talks with Investigative journalist Julie Burnett about the ongoing investigation into missing Sedona woman Yolan Miller
According to the Red Rock News Sedona resident Yolan Miller, 38, has been missing since June 19. She was last seen by her landlord heading to Jerome. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 250 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
Her family said Miller, who is autistic, lost her brother a year ago on June 19, 2021, and may have been or is in a vulnerable state. Her family said may be near the Jerome or Camp Verde area and she said she was heading toward Jerome before she disappeared.
Miller’s vehicle, a 2015 grey Ford Escape, was discovered on the Hancock Ranch near the Honanki Heritage Site on Forest Service Road 525 day around the time she went missing.
Due to health issues, her family does not believe she would have hiked extensively along the trail.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s Search & Rescue did a thorough search of the area where Yolon’s car was located.
Her family has established a Go Fund Me Account that has raised $5,000 toward a goal of $10,000 for a reward to help locate Miller or lead to the arrest of anyone involved in her disappearance. If you know of any tips or information that would be useful to find Yolan Miller, please call the Sedona Police Department Non-Emergency Police Contact Number at (928) 282-3100 and ask for Detective Sergeant Dominguez or call the family tipline 520-661-2390.
Julie Burnett has been following the case since July and is working hard to bring closure for her family.