Adrienne Quintal Bio – Wiki
Adrienne Quintal is a 47-year-old Southfield woman. She has been missing since last month, was part of a shootout with two other people before she disappeared. The previous person Quintal spoke talked to that day was a family friend in Warren, calling them at 2:34 a.m.
Adrienne Quintal Disappearance
Adrienne Quintal was vacationing at a family cottage in Honor, about 20 miles southwest of Traverse City, when she went missing on 17 October. The last person Quintal spoke talked to that day was a family friend in Warren, calling them at 2:34 a.m.
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At 2:42 a.m., Benzie County Central Dispatch received a 911 transfer from the Michigan State Police Metro Dispatch from the family friend, the sheriff’s office said in a news release Saturday. Police said that Quintal told the friend she was involved in a shootout with two men and that she had shot one of them in the face. The other man was shooting at Quintal, and she has reportedly shot back.
The family friend provided an address on Indian Hill Road, and MSP and Benzie County deputies went out to the residence. They later realized that the friend had given them the wrong address and contacted one of Quintal’s family members to get the correct one.
At 3:15 a.m., the police arrived at the cottage, but Quintal and the two men were gone. Multiple bullet holes are found seen in a window of the cabin, and evidence suggests various shots were fired from inside of the residence to the outside. Inside the cabin, officers found a handgun registered to Quintal, along with her cell phone and purse.
No blood or evidence of anyone being injured was found in or around the cottage. Police then searched the woods around the cabin with dogs and thermal imaging cameras but did not locate anyone.
Quintal’s son, Nick White, told that his mother was doing work on the house and getting ready for hunting, hanging out, and enjoying the wildlife.
Quintal went Up North with her boyfriend. Her son told the TV station that the boyfriend returned to their place in Southfield Oct. 15, a couple of days before Quintal made the call.
White told Fox 2 Detroit that the boyfriend was up there with his mother and came home to drop off supplies and that they are working on a condo.
Quintal’s family is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone with information in the case.