PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Where is Casey Anthony? It's a question many people want answered ever since a jury declared Anthony innocent in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee on July 5th.
Port Saint Lucie resident Chrissandra Jennings says she knows where Anthony is… in her hometown.
"When I see someone and i know it's them there's no lie there. That was Casey Anthony I can't forget that face," says Jennings, a school bus driver.
Jennings says it was September 20th, she was on her way home from work. She stopped at a red light on Port Saint Lucie Boulevard and Darwin Boulevard and heard a woman yelling in the car next to her. She rolled down the window to listen in.
"I happen to really look at her, and I thought oh my that's Casey Anthony, that's Casey Anthony. She was telling some guy on the phone,''I'm lost, you've got me here in this freaking place, I don't know where I'm going, someone needs to help me," says Jennings.
Jennings says Anthony had her blonde hair pulled back in a bun, and was smoking a cigarette - driving a white car possibly a Hyundai Sonata or a Kia.
Jennings says no one would believe her, so she reached for her cell phone to take a picture for proof. By the time she grabbed her phone, the light had turned green, and Anthony was headed south on Port Saint Lucie Boulevard.
"I knew it was her because of that face, her face is one you will never forget. It's something that will weigh on your mind a long time and she had that face," says Jennings.
A People magazine writer reports that Anthony is living in Saint Lucie County, but wasn't any more specific than that.
Jennings admits she thought to follow Anthony in her car the day of the sighting, but decided against it, unsure what that would accomplish.
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