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'It was wedged in there pretty good so I reached in there again and moved the seat forward and back and found the wedding ring.
(prHWY.com) July 31, 2012 - Lous Anoe, LA -- Phoning the El Paso Times, Shannon recounted her story in the hope that someone would read it in El Paso and come forward.However, the Associated Press distributed the story and the Sacramento Bee picked it up and reasoned that if the car had had one prior owner, then they must have sold the car in Sacramento.Contacting Crawfords Autos with the vehicle ID number, the newspaper tracked down the Kings all the way back to Auburn, Sacramento.
The 2004 Pontiac Grand Am that the Callahan's purchased in January 2012 that contained the missing wedding ring. The return of the ring(http://www.chromeheartsonlineusa.com/100-silver-chrome-hearts-cemetery-square-ring-p-5.html) ended a month long search for the Callahans that began when Steve lost his phone in the car they bought in Sacramento in January of this year.'He lost his cellphone about three or four weeks ago and he was digging around looking for it,' said Shannon.
'It was wedged in there pretty good so I reached in there again and moved the seat forward and back and found the wedding ring.'The ring has an inscription in it and a date on the inside of it.'Embossed with April 29, 1961 - Kings wedding date to her husband Thomas, the Callahans resolved to find the rightful owner.The Callahan's efforts to locate the owner led them to Darlene King whose husband Thomas had lost the ring six years ago
Upon meeting Darlene King, the Callahans discovered that she and her husband Thomas had purchased two cars from El Paso and moved to California and sold the car to Sunshine Automart in Sacramento.'These nice people found it. I just wish my husband were alive. He died in January of this year,' said King.I think I'll wear it on a chain around my neck for a little while.'I guess I'm going to give it to my son. Get your chrome hearts at www.chromeheartsonlineusa.com
Handing the ring back to Darlene King (left) the Callahan's were told about the death of Thomas King in January of this yearThe Callahans knew only that the car had one prior owner, it was from Texas and it originated from Crawford Auto Plaza, which was in El Paso, Texas.'I called the dealership and they were supposed to call me,' said Shannon.
'I waited for two weeks and I never heard back.'Becoming increasingly agitated, Shannon phoned the El Paso DMV.They told her that they could not give out any information due to privacy laws and advised her to contact the media if she felt that she had to raise awareness.Darlene King holds a photo of herself and her late husband at her home in Auburn on Wednesday
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