Search underway for missing Magnolia woman

MAGNOLIA, TX (KTRK) -- A search is underway for a missing mother of three in Magnolia.

Texas EquuSearch volunteers spent all day Saturday looking for 32-year-old Danielle Sleeper. She was last seen at her home Sunday morning, March 22.

Authorities say she left her house with her phone and purse, but not her vehicle. It is unknown if she left on foot or if someone picked her up.

"We are just praying that somebody will lead her to us," said Dina Street, Danielle's mother.

Her family said she is on medication and if she doesn't take it, she is prone to having seizures.

"I don't know. Maybe she got scared or something," said Danielle's father, Charles Street. "We don't know, just hoping it's not like her to just start walking on foot and just leave."

Her parents say she had just come back home with her husband from a friend's house. They say her husband then left the house again and told them he hasn't seen her since.

"We never give up. We may now stand down or suspend a search but we don't give up," said EquuSearch search coordinator Jack Boggess.

EquuSearch volunteers set up headquarters at the Cowboy Church on 23245 Glenmont Estates Boulevard.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office at 936-760-5800 or Texas EquuSearch at 281-309-9500. null
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