Missing Paradise Hills woman reunited with her family Updated: 4:47 PM KUSI Newsroom, , Posted: May 16, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A Paradise Hills woman missing since Monday morning was found and reunited with her family Wednesday morning, police said.Miriam Williamson, 49, was reported missing after she left her home on foot early Monday morning, seemingly going for a walk, and failed to return, San Diego police Lt. Matt Dobbs said. She was considered at-risk because of mental health concerns and had gone missing previously, when she ended up in a hospital, unable to provide her own name.Police did not disclose the circumstances surrounding her discovery Wednesday morning, but at 5:45 a.m., Detective Shelly Luna said “Williamson has been located and reunited with family.”5/15/2018 — Police were asking the public Tuesday to keep an eye out for a missing person considered “at risk.” The missing person, Miriam Ramirez Williamson, is described as a Hispanic female, 4’10’’ tall, 210 lbs, dark brown hair, and brown eyes.On May 14 in the early morning hours, Williamson left her home on foot. It was believed she was going for a walk but never returned.Williamson resides in Southeastern San Diego. The family is unaware what clothing she was wearing when she left.According to her relatives, Williamson likes to hang out in parks and possibly Food 4 Less in National City. Williamson knows how to use the bus, but is not believed to have money with her.Any information on Williamson please contact the San Diego Police Department at (619) 531-2000. Categories: Local San Diego News KUSI Newsroom, May 16, 2018 FacebookTwitter
Kolkata: Station master cabin and railway properties were ransacked and railway tracks blocked at Sodhpur station in North 24 Parganas, disrupting traffic on mainline of Eastern Railway connecting Sealdah, at peak hours today. The irate commuters, after an alleged wrong announcement regarding Sealdah bound Gedhe local train, plundered the station premises and obstructed railway tracks, official sources said.The disruption began around 10 00 hours, causing detention of many long distance and local trains both up and down lines, as hundreds of protesters squatted on the track, about 16 kms north of Sealdah terminal of ER. The situation went out of control as the number of protesters outnumbered the RPF and GRP personnels at Sodhpur station. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsTrouble ensued when the train did not stop even after the public address system at Sodhpur station announced that the Sealdah bound Gedhe EMU would halt on platform number 2. The passengers, mostly officer goers, who had taken position after crossing open tracks to board the train lost their cool and began expressing their resentment through violent agitation.ER’s CPRO, Ravi Mahapatro, said, though talks were going on to add Shodhpur station to the existing stoppages of that particular EMU, nothing has been finalised by the authorities yet. He said an inquiry has been ordered to ascertain, if there was an announcement for the halt today.He said the agitation caused detention of many long and short distance trains and cancellation of some EMUs, so far on the section.The blockade was continuing when the report came in.