WEITCHPEC, CA (KIEM) – A Lodi woman is reported missing after law enforcement located her black Ford Ranger on Martin’s Ferry Bridge near Weitchpec. Redwood News spoke with the missing woman’s daughter.
Michaela Haight tells us about the final moments she last saw her mom Tiffany Clark on Saturday night. The phone call that she got from her uncle on Monday asking if she’s heard from her mother. To the moment she found out where her mother went.
38-year-old Tiffany Alma Faith Clark was reported missing Monday. She is a resident of Lodi and is a nurse at a Stockton hospital. Her family wants her found.
“She is an amazing woman. She’s very kind, she’s very sweet. She’ll give you the shirt off her back. She’ll give you her last dollar to you if you needed it. She’s a god-fearing woman,” said Michaela Haight, the daughter of Tiffany Clark.
Saturday evening is the last time Michaela Haight saw her mother who was visiting her in Modesto.
“I went to my car to grab something, and she had just [taken] off. She didn’t say I love you, and she didn’t give me a hug. Usually, she gives me a kiss on the cheek. She says she loves me, gives me a hug because we don’t see each other that often. Probably like three time a week,” said Haight.
Haight says the only reason why her mother would travel to Humboldt County was to go bungee jumping off the Martin’s Ferry Bridge near Weitchpec.
“For about I wanna say 20 years, my mom has been bungee jumping up there on that same bridge ever since I could remember,” said Haight.
Haight got a phone call from her uncle on Monday who had not heard or seen her mother. That’s when Michaela filed a missing person’s report with the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office.
“Monday morning, my uncle had called me, and he said hey, have you heard from your mom? I tried to call her Sunday night to talk to her and say goodnight, but her phone went straight to voicemail,” said Haight.
Haight says a resident located her mom’s Ford Ranger truck Sunday morning near Weitchpec. Law Enforcement told her the only thing they found in the truck was her mom’s ID.
“Deputies didn’t get out there until 1 p.m. on that same Sunday day. By the time they got out there everything was gone. Her phone, her wallet, and the only thing that was left behind was just her ID thrown on the passenger’s side,” said Haight.
The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office is actively looking for Tiffany Clark. They have their search and rescue team and a Coast Guard Helicopter aiding in the search. Michaela Haight tells Redwood News that for her mom to do something like this is unusual of her.