Self-declared ‘media personality’ Lynne DiSanto has apparently earned herself a time-out from one of her constituents over her continued pursuit of the matter of the missing little girl in the Black Hills:
A written police report about the situation says that if DiSanto appears at the complaining person’s property at any time for any reason, DiSanto will be arrested.
The police report says the situation arose from communications between DiSanto and Patricia Kassner, of Box Elder, on Facebook. DiSanto runs a Facebook page titled “Lyn Seeks Truth. com,” which she launched in May and has devoted primarily to commentary, videos and other content related to the Serenity Dennard missing-person case. The page describes DiSanto as a news personality, author and motivational speaker. DiSanto also has a similarly named website, lynneseekstruth.com.
When a politician calls themselves a ‘motivational speaker,’ it usually isn’t intended as motivating people to call the police on you.