After Girl Is Abducted By Man She Met Online, Police Issue a Warning to Teens and Parents Alike

Authorities warned both teens and parents about the dangers of communicating with strangers online after a missing 13-year-old was found 900 miles away from her home. After the teenager was abducted by a man whom she met through the internet, police admonished parents to talk to their children about online safety, reports WLOS. According to investigators, the Rutherford girl had been communicating with the man in a chat room before they met up in Mooresboro. The 13-year-old disappeared after she had willingly got into the suspect’s car, reports WSPA. According to Fox Carolina, investigators asked for help in locating the…

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Mom Stunned After Friend Starting Seeing Her Late Dad Kissing His Granddaughter in Latest Sonogram Picture

When Shantel Carrillo shared a sonogram of her child on social media, she was stunned by the responses. No, it wasn’t because her baby was making a funny hand gesture or because the baby was making a funny face, but because many of the people who saw the photo believed an angel kissing her child. As Carrillo told Fox 5, she was five months pregnant when she went in for a routine check-up and received a new sonogram photo of her growing child. The mom-to-be was expecting a baby girl. As Carrillo explained,…

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Woman Calls 911 After Boyfriend’s Son ‘Slipped and Fell,’ But the Boy’s Autopsy Reveals Darker Truth

A woman based in Illinois has been accused of beating her boyfriend’s 4-year-old to death while claiming he died after slipping on a wet floor while she was asleep. Lesli Jett, 33, has pleaded not guilty to three counts of first-degree murder with intent to kill a child under the age of 12 and one count of aggravated battery, according to WMBD, Mix1068 and the Journal Star. If Jett is found guilty on any of the murder counts, she could face up to 100 years in prison. Jett was accused of murdering her boyfriend’s son, Tate “T.T.”…

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Truck and Person of Interest Found in Search for Texas Newborn, But Baby Remains Missing

Armaidre Antwan Marquie Argumon was last seen Friday morning near the 500 Block of Old Forest Road in Wells, according to an Amber Alert issued for the newborn. You’ll get the latest updates on this topic in your browser notifications. Authorities confirm they have located a person of interest who has been detained in connection with Armaidre’s disappearance. “We are questioning the last known person to be with the child,” reads a statement from the police. “We have not located the child.” KTRE reports the man in custody as the…

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