Faleena Hopkins, a romance novelist who was arrested after fleeing officers in Grand Teton National Park, has been reported missing by friends and family since January 30. Let’s see What happened to Faleena Hopkins in detail.
What happened to Faleena Hopkins?
Faleena Hopkins, 52, was arrested on Jan. 27 after officers from the National Park Service noticed her parked on the road at Jackson Lake Junction. She led them on a 24-mile high-speed chase, entailing the use of spike strips to deflate her tyres. Hopkins’ friend emailed the Jackson Hole Daily on Friday, saying Hopkins had been missing for 10 days.
Hopkins’ federal charges from the 27th of January include stopping or parking on the roadway, exceeding the posted speed limit, and fleeing or attempting to elude police. Hopkins listed her address as “Jackson, 83001” in court documents, although the jail roster and park officials both listed her as a resident of Seattle, Washington.
Hopkins was last seen in Jackson on Jan. 30, the same day Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly Rankin released Hopkins from Teton County jail, according to the DCI’s missing person profile.
Hopkins is scheduled to appear in federal court on February 28 at 10 a.m. for an arraignment.
Faleena Marie Hopkins’ family is looking for assistance in locating her. No one has heard from or seen Faleena Marie Hopkins since she was last seen by her family members, and the family members are looking for any assistance that can bring them closer to Faleena Marie Hopkins’ current location.
She has green eyes and blond hair, is about 5 feet 7 inches tall, and weighs about 135 pounds.
Faleena has a lion’s face tattooed on her left shoulder, a hummingbird on her right ankle, an infinity symbol on her left wrist, and the words “Follow All Instincts” on her right wrist.
Anyone with information or contact with Faleena is asked to contact the Jackson Police Department at (307) 733-1430 or the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation at (307) 777-7181 as soon as possible.
About Faleena Hopkins
Faleena Hopkins is a novelist, actress, and filmmaker who writes stories about love in both books and films, with family loyalty being a major theme throughout. She has been an actress since childhood and went behind the camera to heal after her mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and died in December 2005, just before Christmas.
Faleena worked as a professional photographer for the next ten years, putting acting on hold for the majority of that time. Since 2013, she has been writing novels. In 2013, she wrote the screenplay Just One More Kiss and entered it in a contest sponsored by Meryl Streep and NYWIFT. It didn’t win, but she was so taken with the story that she decided to make it herself.
On January 2nd, she published her first children’s picture book, Everyone Is Unique, to help children understand how special they are. It was published under her initials to keep the author page on Amazon G-rated (as opposed to her steamy romance books under her whole name). In February 2020, the film and novel Just One More Kiss will be released.
In March, Faleena received a letter from the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences (the Oscars) requesting that a copy of Just One More Kiss be added to their core collection of still photographs and behind-the-scenes footage. Because there are fewer women than men who have written, starred in, and directed their own film, this addition to the Academy’s collection for posterity was truly an honor.
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