E-mails Show Lake Tahoe Girl Worked At Alleged Kidnapper’s Business

Posted By: The Ski Channel on August 30, 2009 1:00 pm

E-mails have just recently been released that show Lake Tahoe kidnapping victim Jaycee Lee Dugard was an integral part of her captor’s business.  Phillip Garrido’s business, “Printing for Less,” catered to small businesses and he ran it out of his home in Antioch, California. This is the same property that was less than 200 miles from Dugard’s South Lake Tahoe ski resort hometown, and housed her and her two daughters in a backyard compound of sheds and tarps.  

Dugard was knows as “Allissa” to people she worked with through the printing business.  CNN obtained e-mails written by Dugard to Ben Daughdrill, who owned a junk hauling business and used Garrido’s printing business.  Here is one email from May 7, 2007: 

“i will take a look at the price sheet and send you over a copy of the revised brochure tomorrow,” she wrote in an e-mail written on May 7, 2007. “as to the pictures sorry … but we don’t have a digital camera … hopefully you can find a way to get me those pictures you want so i can add them to them brochure. i can get the brochures to you pretty fast within the week of final approval of the brochures. How many are you going to order and do you want them on glossy or matte paper, thick or thin?

Daughdrill also said that he met Dugard twice, and that nothing stood out that seemed to be different.