TULSA - A Tulsa woman missing for nearly two weeks showed up at the police department Thursday unharmed.
Salena Handy, 35, was reported missing by her husband, James "Jimy" Handy, who said he last saw her Aug. 17 walking aware from a bar on south Lewis.
Jimy, who is a bartender at the Blue Turtle near 63rd and Lewis, said his wife was intoxicated so he stopped serving her drinks. He said she was mad and walked away down the street.
Jimy reported Salena missing nine days after he last saw her.
Tulsa Sgt. Dave Walker says Salena arrived at the Detective Division Thursday morning alive and well.
Walker says Salena has been "missing voluntarily" and no foul play was involved in her disappearance.
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