Aranza Maria Missing – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reports that an eight-year-old girl who had been reported missing in October 2018 has been found unharmed and has been brought back to the United States from Mexico. The girl’s disappearance had been reported in October of 2018. Aranza Maria Ochoa Lopez was reportedly found safe and sound by local authorities in the state of Michoacán in Mexico around one month ago, as reported by the FBI. Special agents of the FBI were the ones who were responsible for bringing her back to the United States.
Aranza Lopez was taken away by her mother, Esmeralda Lopez-Lopez, on the 25th of October, 2018, when she was participating in a visitation that was supervised by the court at Vancouver Mall in the state of Washington. The visitation was being monitored by the judge who presided over the case. As a result of this discovery, it was determined that Aranza Lopez had likely been taken to Mexico. Richard A. Collodi, the Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Seattle field office.
Indicated that the FBI and their partners did not lose up on Aranza despite the passing of more than four years after the initial investigation into the case began. Providing help to Aranza as she begins her reintegration into American culture will be our primary emphasis at this time.