The home of a volunteer who organized searches for missing woman Nicole Baldwin was raided by police last week, according to a local news report.
Terri Rogers led several searches across Lake County in central Florida for Baldwin, who hasn’t been seen since she left her home on Nov. 2 without her belongings.
Last Friday, the Mount Dora Police Department executed a search warrant on Rogers’ home and confiscated several electronic devices, according to News 6 Orlando.
“As soon as I opened my door, they all just flooded in,” Rogers told the local news outlet. “I’ve not done anything wrong. All I’ve done was given my time, and my emotions, and my heart and soul for looking for Nicole.”