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White and the man had been at her bar before, Simonson said, and on Saturday she said nothing seemed out of place.
“They had a couple of beers, they were not intoxicated," she said. I can’t believe what the children are going through,” Simonson said of White's two small boys.
"Upon leaving, my security guy shook the gentleman`s hand, gave Nicole a hug, told them to have a good evening and they left." Simonson is turning over surveillance video from the bar and telling detectives everything she knows. Detectives and family members have been searching for White for the past four days.
“It’s heartbreaking, sad, sickening,” said her sister, Melissa Nieto. She doesn`t turn her phone off." White's mother contacted police early Sunday when she failed to pick up her sons.
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She said her sister is a loving and responsible mother. White's red Dodge neon was found Monday hidden in the woods over a ravine in the 26000 block of 70th Avenue East, near Graham, with the keys still in the ignition.
Search dogs on the scene led detectives to a nearby pond. “We are hoping for the best, but expecting probably something sinister happened,” Pierce County sheriff's detective Ed Troyer said. If you have any information about the case, call 911 or (253) 591-5959 or Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS.
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