MORRISONVILLE (WKOW) -- The Dane County Sheriff's Department say Keri Geschke, 36, is alive and well.
The Sheriff's Department confirms Geschke was found in rural Adams County late Saturday night. Detectives are questioning her about her disappearance.
There are many unanswered questions, and police are revealing very little information.
Geschke disappeared Tuesday, the day after Middleton Police questioned her about a fraud investigation at her former employer.
Her disappearance rattled Morrisonville, an unincorporated town of 154 people.
"It shocked everybody," said Don Meyer, Morrisonville. "We all had mixed feelings on what was really going on."
Despite the circumstances surrounding Geschke's disappearance, Morrisonville rallied to find her. Neighbors even started a Facebook page, sharing information, and urging her to come home.
"These small communities, they go all out for whoever. It's like they're our family," said Donna Kopmeyer, Morrisonville.
"They were going to hold a vigil for her tonight at the middle school," said Babe Meyer, Morrisonville. "Isn't that what you do in a small town?"
Geschke's homecoming brought relief -- and even more speculation.
"I'm just so happy for the outcome, very happy," said Kim Braatz, Morrisonville. "I'll be interested to hear what exactly happened."
Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney will be holding a news conference Monday morning.
Keri's family did not want to comment today. The Middleton Police Department says no charges are expected soon.