GREENPOINT — Weeks after she went missing from her Greenpoint block, Dana Lauren Bonanno has returned home, cops confirmed Wednesday morning.
Bonanno, 33 — whose mysterious disappearance July 22 from Freeman Street provoked a fervent social media campaign and a $10,000 reward offer to the person who found her — was not the victim of a crime, cops said.
Cops declined to provide further details about the case, but friends of Bonanno posted on Facebook Tuesday night that she had "been in the hospital this amount of time," which the website All Voices first reported.
Bonanno — who texted her mother "I'm scared" right before she went missing — is an active member of the Brooklyn electronic music scene who formerly worked at the A&E television channel and grew up in Stormville, New York, friends have posted.
"Very amazing news!" Bonanno's friend James Costas posted on Facebook. "Very happy for her family."