Heidi Planck Wiki – Heidi Planck Biography
Heidi Planck of Downey was last seen on October 17, when her 10-year-old son had a football game. Her ex-husband Jim Wayne reportedly said Planck left the game at halftime and said she seemed distracted. Planck was also seen on surveillance footage that day, leaving a residence presumed to be her own home.
The report indicates that the sighting was after Planck left the football game, but the precise timeline remains unclear.
She is 39 years old.
Heidi Planck Missing
“She’s leaving the house. She’s got the dog following behind her. She’s got a tiny purse under her arm and she jumps into her Range Rover and drives away,” Wayne told the news station.
Three hours after Planck was last seen, her dog was found on the 28th floor of a high-rise downtown Los Angeles, about 30 miles from Downey. Planck’s vehicle, purse, computer, and cell phone have not yet been found, and it is not known why Planck was at the apartment building.
It is unclear how Planck’s dog was discovered at the building so soon after she was last seen, as her friends reportedly said they first became worried when she didn’t pick her son up from school three days later.
Her friends now say the building management at the high-rise has refused to allow them into the parking garage to search for Planck’s SUV. According to the report, they also claimed the management refused to share surveillance footage without a police warrant.
As Fox News report, Planck is employed by Camden Capital Partners LLC, where Jason Sugarman is a managing partner. Sugarman has been the focus of an investigation alleging he is involved, along with his business partner, in a “massive fraud scheme” in which he allegedly stole $43 million from investors, including a Native American tribal entity. The most recent available filing from the Security and Exchange Commission indicates the case against Sugarman is still pending, though his business partner was sentenced to prison in 2020.
Wayne told Fox News that he received a call on October 21 from a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) official, asking him for information about Sugarman, described as his ex-wife’s boss.