Missing woman from Kenosha County has been found
KENOSHA - The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department has announced Stephanie Billon, the woman reported missing from Kenosha has been found.
"Stephanie Billon and Timothy Hohl were located in the City of Chicago this morning by Kenosha County Sheriff’s Detectives assisted by Chicago Police Officers," according to the sheriff's department. "Stephanie is safe and unharmed. Thanks for all of your help."
The Kenosha Sheriff's Department says they are searching for a 40-year-old woman from Salem who they believe to be in danger.
Stephanie Billon, 40, was said to last be seen at the address of 31516 71st Street in Salem last Thursday. She may have been with her boyfriend, Timothy Hohl, on Monday in West Allis.
She is described as 5' 10", 160 lbs. Authorities say she is a known drug user.
According to police, Billon may have been seen in Chicago on Thursday.
Sheriff's officials say that Billon or Hohl (pictured in image gallery above) may be in a silver 2000 Chrysler Town and Country minivan with the Wisconsin license plate 159TBV.