Wow, I grew up in Wilson
Wonder what's changed or what new info they might have?
Wilson Police Chief who has jurisdiction over case was blowing it off as another run way, but parents were adamant about it being a abduction.
The Police Chief is just now starting to realize he's screwed the pooch. Proper entry into NCIC wasn't followed nor a amber alert sent out in a timely manner.
Hopefully she's recovered, we've had too many girls being forced into the human trafficking underground recently.
The question is has any evidence been found to indicate she was abducted?
"AMBER plans require law enforcement to confirm an abduction prior to issuing an alert".
Then there is the fact that she's ran away a couple of times before and she's apparently been seen a couple of times now by people who indicate she is with Colt Haynes(see ODCR) willingly, given the facts has the chief acted properly?
It was discovered the pair had spent the night at a residence Saturday night and left Sunday morning. Wilson police are reviewing video from Dollar General after reports surfaced the pair were seen there Tuesday night.
"We don't have any evidence she was abducted," Hernandez said.
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Missing 3 weeks? Yeah... We can all hope, but 3 weeks is a long time...
The few I've spoken to (a couple of weeks ago) felt she ran off with a guy. Haven't been over there in several days. I might see someone this weekend.
At the precipice, we change!
Runaway is more likely. She's 17 and has probably defacto emancipated herself.
Originally Posted by SAMUEL ADAMS, MEMBER OF THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS
Still more questions than answers, including questions about how we're treating runaways differently than in the past.
Does look like the chief could have a problem though...
Federal law also requires law enforcement agencies to enter the missing child's information into the FBI's National Crime Information Center database and state law enforcement system database within two hours of receiving a missing child report (42 U.S.C. § 5780).