A search is over for an “at-risk” teenage girl who ran away after she returned home, the Lexington Police Department said Monday evening.
She was last seen Sunday at her Lexington home on Creek Side Lane at about 10 p.m. and police began searching for her Monday, the department said in a release. The 17-year-old was called a “runaway in crisis,” by Chief Terrence Green in the release.
Sgt. Cameron Mortenson told The State there is a mental-health issue, but did not provide more information why the teen was considered at risk.
Officers responded to her home Monday after it was discovered she had run away, according to the release.
Police said it was not known where she might have gone, or if she was alone or with others.
Information on why the teen ran away was not made available by police.
The teen does not have a history of
Missing woman’s husband arrested on murder charge; ‘sanitized crime scene’ found in home, police say
Phoenix police have taken 57-year-old Joseph Anthony Concialdi into custody on a first-degree murder charge in connection with the disappearance of his wife, 59-year-old Julie Concialdi.
Julie Concialdi was last seen earlier this month at her north Phoenix home near 27th Avenue and Dove Valley Road. She was reported missing after her car was found abandoned and burned just a few miles away from her home on Sept. 4. The fire appeared to be set intentionally, according to a probable cause statement police filed with the court on Tuesday.
Phoenix police confirmed last week that foul play was suspected in her disappearance.
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Court documents revealed new information about the case.
According to police, surveillance video shows a man walking away from where the
On Friday morning, days after wildfires overtook Butte County, California, relatives of 49-year-old Kelly Burke were frantically searching for her and spreading the word that she was missing on social media. One neighbor in the woods near her town, Berry Creek, claimed to see Burke evacuate with friends, but no one could reach her.
“Living in Idaho and not being able to search for mom is killing me,” Burke’s daughter Chelsea Vonarmfelt wrote on Facebook.
The next morning, Vonarmfelt began a long drive from Boise, intent on finding Burke, who’d vanished after the North Complex fire leveled her rural community of about 1,200 people. The flames destroyed Burke’s house, where she lived with her boyfriend and a roommate.
“We don’t know where the heck she is,” Burke’s sister, Kimberly Rancour Follettie, told The Daily Beast on Friday morning.