On Saturday night, the Glee Alum approached the Sheriff’s Office in Ventura County and gave her services. She asked the officials if she could join them in helping Naya Rivera in Lake Piru, her former co-star and “close friend”
Sunday night, the Ventura County Sheriff’s office wrote on Twitter on Saturday night, “Today’ ing searching operation at Lake Piru slows. It will start on Sunday morning to try to find Naya Rivera.”
Spring Breakers Star has also written, “I am the close friend and partner of Naya, Heather Morris, and I am trying to conduct an ongoing search and rescue operation together with a small group of friends at Lake Piru.”
“Your team does all in its capacity, I understand, but we feel helpless, weak, and …,” she said. “[I] would like to help in every way. Today I have left a message to Rescue and Air and tomorrow I’m going to call again.
“Thank you to the county of Tulare, to San Luis Obispo in Los Angeles County and all those who are working for our Naya to be untiring right now,” she concluded.
It’s unclear at this point if the law enforcement officers have sent Heather a personal response. Yet the police officer sent a tweet that seemed to be aimed at her investigation hours after she reached.
2. The weather is now in the 1990s. 3. The terrain on the lake is incredibly steep and rugged,’ read the post. “They’re searching for the lake on their own, 1. “The lake’s empty. “Our equipment and highly trained staff are fine.”
On Friday night, the authorities released two videos showing the “many resources” they were looking for Naya.
“Today is the ROV used for Naya Rivera at Lake Piru by @TulareSheriff,” said Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, tweeting “this is one of several tools used along with side-scanning sonar, dogs, and divers.
Video showed police deployment, 30 feet from the lake ‘s shore, of a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). “This is an example of a 30-foot depth underwater visibility in Lake Piru,” read another letter.
On Friday, at a news conference, the police explained they had dive teams searching the man-made lake using specialized equipment. We said that they were using sonar to search the lake bottom and to find the actress at the age of 33. Nevertheless, it was noted by the authorities that the water visibility was just around one to two feet.
Capt. Eric Buschow said during a Friday press conference: “We don’t know if she’ll be found five or five minutes from now or five days from now,”
The police reported Naya was missing on Wednesday, July 8, when her four-year-old son was found alone on the boat she rented from Lake Piru. The actress is reportedly believed to have died and the police say it was a possible drowning incident.
The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department said on July 9: “About 100 police and emergency personnel, including some dive workers from the Sheriff’s departments across the area, are searching through the depths of Lake Piru for Naya Rivera, who is missing with all evidence she drowned in Lake Piru.’ “
Naya ‘s baby son, Josey, was also suggested by officials as the last person to see his mother.
After the news broke, Heather told E about the disappearance of Naya! She didn’t give up hope in the press.
The actress said, “It is so difficult to wrap your mind around the unknown. “I am hoping that Naya will be brought home safely and easily by the rescuers. I know that in moments of this nature, she will remind me that God has a plan for all, and while we don’t perhaps know that plan is, we need to keep the babies strong.”