MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) - One of the women accused of falsely claiming donations she collected were for missing Norton Shores woman Jessica Heeringa's son has allegedly absconded from probation in an unrelated crime.
Heeringa, 25, went missing from the Sternberg Road gas station where she works on April 26. Police said she was abducted and have been searching for her ever since. She has a 3-year-old son named Zevyn.
Susan Louise Adams, 56, is listed as a absconder from probation she is serving for a drug crime, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections. That absconder status is for failing to report to her probation officer on June 11.
Also June 11, Adams was charged with misdemeanor larceny less than $200 and trespassing. She allegedly fraudulently collecting money by saying it was to benefit Heeringa's son.
Adams is also facing a probation violation for new criminal behavior, but what that specifically refers to is not yet clear. There is a warrant out for her arrest.
Another woman, Joann Vaughan, was also charged with one count of misdemeanor larceny by false pretenses less than $200 for allegedly collecting donations that she said would go to Heeringa's son. She told 24 Hour News 8 in May that she is innocent.
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