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Police Search for Missing Arizona Girl Jahessye Shockley

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posted on Oct, 14 2011 @ 07:46 AM
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Police Search for Missing Arizona Girl Jahessye Shockley

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According to Glendale Police, an Amber Alert was issued Tuesday evening when the 5-year-old girl went missing from her family's home in an apartment complex near Glendale Road and 45th Avenue.

It was around 5 p.m. when Jahessye's mother returned from running a quick errand and discovered the girl missing, said Officer Tracey Breeden, a Glendale Police Department spokesperson.


Took an awful long time to hear about Jahessye.



It was around 5 p.m. when Jahessye's mother returned from running a quick errand and discovered the girl missing, said Officer Tracey Breeden, a Glendale Police Department spokesperson. Jahessye had been at home with her three siblings, ages 6, 9 and 12.

Breeden said the mother said that when she got home, the front door was open, but Jahessye wasn't inside and the siblings did not know where she was. The mother searched around the apartment complex and called 911.


What did the 'siblings' have to say other than that! Talk about shoddy reporting here! (Or maybe the police will not release that info?)?


Police have also searched the area around Jahessye's school, although she did not attend school that day.


Did the school contact the mother? (Or course the mother knew, but, you get my point). Why wasn't Jahessye in school?


Jahessye is African-American, approximately 3 feet 5 inches tall, 55 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans, and had her hair in long ponytail.


Endangered Missing

Anyone here from Arizona that's heard about this? Let us know!

Thanks!


edit on 14-10-2011 by silo13 because: link




posted on Oct, 17 2011 @ 02:26 AM
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Glendale mother says she is suspect in daughter's disappearance


Jerice Hunter, the mother of a Glendale 5-year-old girl missing since last week, said Sunday in an interview with 12 News that she is a suspect in her daughter's disappearance.

Hunter's conviction in a child abuse case "is part of what we are looking at," Glendale police Sgt. Brent Coombs said. "They (investigators) are aware of her criminal history."

In 2006, while living in California, Hunter, then 32, pleaded no contest to four counts of corporal injury to a child. She had four children at the time, a teenage boy and three young girls. Jahessye was not yet born.

Court papers say that between April and October 2005, Hunter and her husband, convicted sex offender George Shockley, did "willfully and wrongfully inflict cruel and inhuman corporal punishment and injury, resulting in a traumatic condition" upon all four children.

Hunter was sentenced to eight years in prison. It is unclear why and when she was released.


Jesus help us. So, the mother/father are convicted of 'corporal injury' to all the children. he's a sex offender but all their children are allowed to stay with these monster parents!?

At least since the babies disappearance the other siblings have been 'removed to a safe place'...

Poor baby Jahessye. She didn't get out in time...

peace



 
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