Former WNBA Player Cappie Pondexter Reported Missing
Former WNBA player Cappie Pondexter was reported missing this week. No one has heard from her since Monday October 5th. There is currently an active investigation to find them.
WNBA writer and reporter Lyndsey D'Arcangelo said police were involved after a false report was received that Pondexter was found. They supposedly have some pointers on the case.
Charles Walton III, Pondexter's spokesman, said he will be a direct line of contact for her, along with authorities, if she is found. She has reportedly gone wherever she was last seen without her phone, wallet or anything trackable.
Pondexter entered the league as number 2 in the 2006 WNBA draft and played for multiple teams before winning two championships with the Phoenix Mercury. She is a seven-time All-Star and three-time All-WNBA First Teamer. She retired last April after 13 seasons in the league.
Things started to change, however, when reports came in on Thursday afternoon that Pondexter was in fact found and detained by the LAPD for an unknown reason and disappeared the same day after his release.
TMZ reports that Walton III confirmed to them that she ran somewhere in downtown Los Angeles after her release and that people are concerned for her wellbeing.
Walton also said that her team is currently working with police to find Pondexter again. It is unclear where she originally went and how / why she was arrested.
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