- Also Known As:
- Sherri Graeff
- Date of Birth:
- January 1, 1900
- 5' 3"
Sherri Papini (born Sherri Graeff in Redding, California) is a mother-of-two who was allegedly kidnapped on November 2, 2016 after going for a run around 2 p.m. in the Mountain Gate, California area north of Redding. Her husband panicked when he realized she had failed to pick their two children up from daycare later that day. After a search, Sherri’s headphones and phone were found where she was last seen jogging. On Thanksgiving day, Nov. 24, Sherri was found at around 4:30 a.m. chained to the side of a road beaten, with a bag over her head, and weighing only 87 pounds. Her kidnappers are believed to be two Hispanic/Latina women armed with a handgun who drove a dark-colored SUV.
Best Known For:
Sherri Papini is best known for being kidnapped near her home and held in captivity for 22 days in November 2016.
Sherri Papini has two children — a girl named Violet and a boy named Tyler — and is married to Keith Papini. The two tied the knot in 2012 and currently live in California. Sherri’s parents are Rich and Loretta Graeff and she has one sister, Sheila Koester. Sherri is a National Retail Account Executive at AT&T.