Encino Woman's Wallet Found on Ocean Floor

Heal the Bay representatives are trying to contact Encino resident Kristine Bradley and return her wallet, which was found by divers during Coastal Cleanup Day.

Staffers from the nonprofit environmental group Heal the Bay are attempting to contact Encino resident Kristine Bradley and return her wallet.

Among the 44,000 pounds of trash collected as part of the 27th annual California Coastal Cleanup on Saturday, a water-damaged but fully intact wallet was picked up off the sea floor by scuba divers scouring the ocean floor near the Santa Monica Pier.

The black billfold apparently belonged to an Encino resident named Kristine Bradley. The wallet held six dollars in cash and contained some credit cards and a driver's license with 2004 expiration dates, according to City News Service. 

California Coastal Cleanup Day is considered to be the state's biggest annual volunteer event. About 11,000 volunteers combed beaches, streams and storm channels in more than 60 locations in Los Angeles County as part of the cleanup event.

City News Service contributed to this report.

Terry Parks September 18, 2011 at 05:03 PM
Looks like the same person. From 411.com Kristine G. Bradley age 50-54 18411 Hatteras St, Unit 207 Tarzana, CA From: Spokeo (Previous address?) Kristine Gayle Bradley 53 years old 17418 Tiara St Encino, CA 91316
Irene Gibson September 19, 2011 at 03:27 PM
Must be a fascinating story about this loss and its recovery.


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