Anderson's daughter takes comfort that Capone is behind bars

CLARKSTON, WA - While the entire community has watched and waited for answers about Rachael Anderson's disappearance, none have paid more attention than her family.

Anderson's daughter Amber Griswold shared some of her thoughts about her mother's estranged husband, who now faces murder charges.

"I want him charged federally, but I'm happy to see him charged by somebody and that he's being detained," said Griswold.

Griswold believes that her mother is dead and that Capone killed Anderson. She said she takes a little comfort in knowing he is still behind bars because she believes that if he were to be released it would be a concern for public safety.