Ohio EMT who vanished two days before she was set to testify in rape trial is ... trends now
Ohio emergency medical technician Lachelle Jordan who disappeared over the weekend has been found alive, Cleveland police have confirmed.
Jordan, 30, was last seen at 6pm on Saturday May 6 when she went to get something from her car on Fairport Avenue.
She reappeared about three miles away on Thursday night at a convenience store, where she asked to use the phone to call for help.
Jordan vanished two days before she was due to make a courtroom appearance in connection with a rape case involving her former co-worker, 65-year-old Michael Stennett.
Stennett was out on bond at the time of Jordan's disappearance but was arrested early Monday and booked into the Cuyahoga County Corrections Center, online booking records show. WKYC reported that it was for violating a protective order filed by Jordan.
Lachelle Jordan has been found safe almost a week after she vanished in Cleveland
CCTV footage appears to show Jordan limping into a convenience store on Thursday evening
Police confirmed she had been taken to Cleveland Clinic for medical treatment. Authorities said additional information would be provided about her condition 'as it becomes available.'
Disturbing video footage shows Jordan appearing to limp into a convenience store on the 16600 block of Euclid Avenue at around 11pm on May 11.
A clerk at the Open Pantry store told WKYC that Jordan had come in last night and asked to use the phone, and video surveillance footage shows her calling the police.
The store owner told the outlet that Jordan had said she had been kidnapped.
In a notice asking for information when she went missing, police said Jordan