Witness Says He Saw Erin Corwin Get Into Red Car

Missing Erin Corwin

[media-credit name=”San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department” align=”aligncenter” width=”300″]Missing Erin Corwin[/media-credit]Search warrants have been issued related to the disappearance of Erin Corwin. CBS News 8 San Diego obtained the warrants:

CBS News 8 has learned a total of four search warrants were drawn up June 30 and signed by Joshua Tree court Judge Jon Ferguson just after midnight July 1.

The judge agreed to seal all four probable cause affidavits associated with the warrants.

In requesting the sealing order, Sheriff’s Detective Bryan Zierdt wrote, “The warrants sought pursuant to this affidavit relate to an ongoing investigation of felony offenses, and it is expected that additional search warrants will be sought relating to this matter.”

The attachments to the search warrants were not sealed, however. They list the following locations and vehicles to be searched:

– Blue 2013 Toyota Sedan bearing California license # 7CJX519
– Dark colored Jeep Cherokee bearing Alaska license # GHP564
– The premises at 6650 Jasmine St, apartment #F, Twenty Nine Palms
– The premises at 6650 Jasmine St, apartment #D, Twenty Nine Palms

The four search warrants all contained identical, boilerplate language that allowed investigators to search for the following:

-Latent prints
-Hair and fibers
-Skin, muscle and fat tissues
-Item soiled with bodily fluids
-Weapons and firearms
-Electronic storage devices, hardware, software and computers

Copies of the warrants can be seen here, here, here, & here.

Meanwhile an eyewitness has come forward claiming he saw Corwin exit her blue Toyota and voluntarily get inside a man’s red car with the two then driving away together.

San Diego, California News Station – KFMB Channel 8 – cbs8.com

When I came back a half hour later, just the (blue) car was sitting there. Next thing, I hear the weekend goes by and Monday morning the sheriffs are there looking for this girl because she ain’t home yet,” Beasley recalled.

Corwin’s disappearance has been labeled suspicious by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department but deputies have not said it was the result of foul play.