Charles Upham, the father of the late Misty Upham, is going off on local police officials for handling (or more specifically mishandling) his missing daughter's case.
"I really think the police could've been more proactive," Upham says, claiming that the Auburn, Wash., police department refused to take action.
They refused, he says, to change his daughter's status to endangered after the actress vanished on October 5, even though she was clearly in danger.
"He just said, 'We don't think she fits the profile to change her into an endangered person,'" her dad laments, and soon enough, his fears were confirmed.
A search party found Misty Upham dead at 32.
For whatever it's worth, the Washington state medical examiner's office said Friday, October 17, that Upham died on the same day she had disappeared.
The August: Osage County actress had been dead for 11 days before her body was found, and for nine days since the Upham family filed a report.