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90s11 year old Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped and remain missing for eighteen long years.
If not for the help of two intuitive police officers who knows what the end result would have been.
Here's one of the officers after the arrest of Philip and Nancy garrido back in 2009.
I'm I'm mother I have two young sons and that this is when my police -- turn into mine my mother mode and I think -- you really played key here with police intuition and mother's intuition.
I wasn't so much focus on him I was more focused on them.
That officer now retired and Allie Jacobs joins us live -- -- -- -- in morning its -- -- -- if you -- -- that would -- in Cleveland.
Of the day Hayes whose family said we can -- a -- and what about the bus driver.
Take expected that day when you saw Phillip garrido come in he's asking for permission to do something on campus at UC Berkeley you just have a -- feeling that something how this guy.
Absolutely it was.
Coupled -- the fact that he had this long criminal history.
On -- for kidnapping and rape and use the sex registry and having you didn't know that.
I like knew him when nine finally met him I didn't know before -- came and has Lisa Campbell had mentioned that she -- me to sit -- this meeting with her that this crazy guy was coming and and I don't understand why.
Crazy personally meeting with the civilian staff members of a police officer.
Suggesting a sit on the meeting and a symbol -- -- naming and I -- I mean she did and I ran a records check and found out his mental history moments before you walk in the door and he showed up with a couple girls in his -- and he talked to the parole officer I think -- -- what -- -- about he doesn't have daughters.
Absolutely it was.
-- -- -- -- -- what an idea of the analytic an effort -- two more children right in front of me.
But my logic kind of kicked in and I was known you know they they didn't seem like they were in distress at all how much was logic and how much was intuition either police officer trained intuition or a -- -- -- -- I would -- 9% intuition sound intuition is the big.
A sense that is just like sight and hearing and smell it just it -- you don't know how are you don't know why.
But the best thing about intuition as he shouldn't try to logically explain it he had a feeling right away and your gut there's absolutely no matter there absolutely and and if you try to articulating your head at first say it's it's impossible to do -- a police officer that's required required by law to be able articulate your feelings.
Then you gonna feel great about what happened I mean use.
Those two girls wound up.
You know not living in the backyard anymore after you guys -- -- work absolute amazing sad story with a very successful and happy outcome.
You know -- so is the ultimate message here that people should go ahead -- they got a feeling a twinge their gut.
Go with it trusted absolutely I -- mother you mentioned mother's intuition earlier female intuition especially when -- intuition is spot on.
And people of -- to north overtime in and my message out there when I speaker on the nation is.
Listen your -- it's their for a reason.
Don't try to figure it out listen to it and it'll it'll be all right later.
Worked -- in that case Kelly Jacobs retired officer with UC Berkeley and a public speaker now because.
Fine thank you for having me are.
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