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Montana woman reported missing arrested in South Dakota

Posted at 12:40 PM, Nov 24, 2018
Missoula County Sheriff's Office requests help finding missing Missoula woman
(Photos courtesy of the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office)

A Missoula woman reported missing last weekend has been found.

The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office reported that Kerina Moslander, 37, was arrested in South Dakota for felony possession and other misdemeanors.

She was last seen on November 8 after family reported her missing to authorities. They said it was unlike her to not be in contact with her family.

No other details have been released at this time.

(November 17, 2018) Law enforcement officers, family, and friends are currently looking for a missing woman, Kerina Lynn Moslander, 37, of Missoula.

According to the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office, she was last seen November 8 in Deer Lodge and Clinton.

She may be traveling in a 1993 white Jeep Cherokee (license plate: 4 – 96042A).

Family members said it’s unlike her to not be in contact with her family.

If you have any information concerning Moslander’s whereabouts, please call 911.