‘He messed with the wrong mother,’ said San Diego District Attorney Summer Stephan, referring to Clark County resident Josephine Wentzel
VANCOUVER – Josephine Wentzel, a Clark County mother who has been pursuing her daughter’s murderer in Central America, has released her newly published book called: THE CHASE- In pursuit of my daughter’s killer.
Wentzel will be officially launching her book https://www.amazon.com/Chase-hot-pursuit-daughters-killer/dp/B09JVJ2F49 on Saturday (Nov. 6), 4 p.m., at 1503 S Nighthawk Circle, Ridgefield.
“If I cannot find him, then I will make him famous!” Wentzel said.
Wentzel hopes to raise enough funds with her book, to continue her pursuit of justice using all resource(s) available.
Nothing could have prepared Wentzel and her family for the news that her daughter, Krystal Mitchell, had been murdered. The bottom fell out of her world. Unable to rest and allow the police force to hunt down the killer on their own, she threw herself into the hunt.
From contacting the American president and foreign embassies, to appealing to people through social media, Josephine is full-on 100 percent tracking down her daughter’s killer. She won’t stop until he is behind bars, and justice has been served for Krystal and her two small children.
Written with two aims in mind: 1. Catch Krystal’s killer, and 2. Show families of other victims that they too can help bring killers to justice. Josephine takes the reader through the investigation and police procedures with a critical, straight-talking attitude recording the steps of an international man-hunt investigation.
Wentzel has been featured in many shows including America’s Most Wanted, In Pursuit with John Walsh, Crime Watch Daily, Still a Mystery, Access Hollywood, Unsolved Mystery, Nancy Grace, and was interviewed and featured in newspapers all over the world as this is an international manhunt.
She was recently invited to share about her book on Access Hollywood, and to sit on a “most dangerous fugitives’’ panel with Nancy Grace in December.