Missing Mother Sherri Papini’s Family Asks for Privacy as She Is Reunited With Husband

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Family members of Sherri Papini, the Northern California mother missing for three weeks, said they are overjoyed at her return home as more details emerge about her abduction.

Sherri Papini is shown in a photo released by the Shasta County Sheriff's Office on Nov. 3, 2016.

Sherri Papini is shown in a photo released by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 3, 2016.

“It’s been a range of emotions: sadness, anger. Right now, it’s joy,” Papini’s sister, Sheila Koester, told the Redding Record-Searchlight. “We are overwhelmed with joy of how supportive everyone has been to help bring us together as a family again.”

Koester added in an interview with the Sacramento Bee: “What I can say is that her and [her husband] Keith have been reunited. And that they are very happy to be together and they’re very thankful for everyone for allowing them to have their privacy and allowing them to recover from their situation that all of us have been in.”

Papini was released by her captors on Thanksgiving morning, Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said.

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