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Another woman missing in Fernley

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Another woman missing in Fernley

Breanne Sedgwick, 37, of Fernley has been missing since Monday morning. This family photo was posted by the Lyon County Sheriff's Office.

Law enforcement authorities in Fernley are once again searching for a missing woman.

The Lyon County Sheriff’s Office reported Tuesday afternoon that 37-year-old Breanne Sedgwick was last seen leaving her residence in Fernley around 9 a.m. Monday.

“She advised she was going to the store and has not been heard from since,” the department reported on its Facebook page.

Sedgwick is approximately 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 225 pounds. She has brown hair with green highlights. She was wearing dark-colored leggings and a dark green or black pullover hoodie.

She drove away from the residence in a 2001 maroon Chevrolet pickup with a blue hood, Nevada plate number 064P11.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to contact LCSO Dispatch 775-463-6620.

On March 12, 18-year-old Naomi Irion went missing on her way to work. A man was seen entering her car in a Walmart parking lot where she planned to catch a bus to her job at a Reno-area Panasonic facility.

Troy Driver, 41, of Fallon was arrested nearly two weeks later.

Prosecutors say Driver shot Irion northeast of Fernley, where he took her “for the purpose of committing sexual assault and/or purpose of killing her.” In addition to burying Irion’s body, Driver disposed of tires from his truck in an effort to eliminate incriminating evidence, they said.

Driver made a brief virtual appearance from jail Tuesday at a status hearing in justice court in Fernley.

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