The town where Jaycee Lee Dugard was kidnapped 18 years ago celebrated her astounding reappearance with a parade Sunday while she remained secluded with her family in Northern California.Full story
Aug. 31: Attempting to get a complete picture of the virtual backyard prison where Jaycee Lee Dugard was held captive for almost two decades, police expanded their investigation to a neighboring property on Monday. NBC's George Lewis reports.
Aug. 31: Police in California are investigation whether the man charged with raping and imprisoning Jaycee Lee Dugard for 18 years may be connected to a string of unsolved local murders. NBC’s George Lewis reports.
Aug. 31: New photos emerge of the backyard camp where Jaycee Lee Dugard and her children lived during her 18-year-long kidnapping ordeal. NBC’s George Lewis reports and criminal profiler Pat Brown discusses the case.
Aug. 29: The quick thinking of Lisa Campbell and Allyson Jacobs played a major role in the release of Jaycee Lee Dugard. NBC’s Lester Holt sits down with the two officers.
Aug. 28: Phillip Garrido is accused of hiding Jaycee Lee Dugard for 18 years in plain sight. It's a pattern that officials have seen before and one that has some advocates wondering if more can be done to keep sexual predators away from children. NBC's Pete Williams reports.
This family photo released by Carl Probyn on Thursday, Aug. 27, 2009, shows his stepdaughter, Jaycee Lee Dugard, who went missing in 1991. The woman who was snatched from a bus stop as an 11-year-old child turned up at a California police station after 18 mysterious years, and a convicted sex offen
See images from the abduction and discovery of Jaycee Lee Dugard, who was kidnapped at the age of 11 in 1991 from outside her home in South Lake Tahoe, Calif.