05 August 2014
In fact, he has a message for Janet Renee Field: “I want her to know that she’s done nothing illegal,” he told the Fluvanna Review. If she just wants to be away, that’s fine. She just needs to contact law enforcement near her who can certify that she’s fine. There are no issues there – it’s not like if she contacted somebody she’d suddenly go to jail or something.
“If she sees this, just get in touch with somebody – your parents, myself, or the police. If anybody recognizes her wandering around, get in touch with the local law.”
When asked if his wife - who goes by the name Renee - could have left on her own, Lewis Field replied that though they “sort of come and go,” they never stay away overnight. Nevertheless, he said, “I do think it’s possible that she’s away for a while. I think her intent was to do something short-term.”
What’s confusing him now, if his guess is correct, is why she’s stayed away for so long without contacting her parents – or him – to let them know she’s okay. “Maybe she’s embarrassed because of the stir-up,” he said – but he’s concerned.
Renee Field’s car was discovered in the early morning hours of July 4 in the park and ride lot at Zion Crossroads. Lewis Field said he can only assume someone picked her up there. “She doesn’t have a lot of close friends, just family. She’s a stay-at-home person, so it’s hard to know if she made a friend. During the day when I’m working…I guess it could be an entirely different world.”
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