Authorities in Michigan are treating the disappearance of a 15-year-old girl as “suspect” after she failed to come home from school and her cell phone was later discovered in an unknown location.
Ann Arbor resident Adriana Davidson was reported missing on Friday when she failed to return home from school and was not seen by anybody until two hours later.
John Davidson has not heard from his daughter, Addy, or responded to his texts since she went for an extended period of time on a public bus.
We’re starting what, Day 2?” According to 7 Action News, “Davidson said this is not his daughter.
The worried father called the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office after first asking around among her classmates and then searching the school grounds.
In an interview with the media site, Department spokesman Derrick Jackson said, “There’s obviously some suspect parts to this.”
Investigators reviewed bus surveillance footage and learned that Adriana had arrived at school on Friday morning but had already gone. Friends told cops she was ill. It was reported that the girl had returned to school about midday, but she had never entered the building.
When asked if authorities knew where she went, Jackson replied, “We have no clue at this moment, so that’s why we’re asking for the public’s help.”
Anthony Lopez, Adriana’s brother, stated a close friend of the girl informed him she texted Adriana
Lopez informed 7 Action News that Addy responded to Lopez’s sister’s text asking whether she was straight with the word “no” at 12:26 p.m., which was the time stamp on the text conversations between Addy and her buddy.
Addy allegedly did not respond to her friend’s “Wym” (an acronym for “What do you mean?”) SMS.
According to the publication, Addy’s closest friend received the phone from a fellow student who reportedly spotted it on the school’s tennis court on Friday afternoon and turned it over to the authorities.
After learning that Addy could be missing, I had no doubt that she had not just disappeared. The phone was the first red signal for me,” Lopez stated.
She is not in the place she is at the moment willingly, he replied. In an interview with 7 Action News, Jackson questioned, “What adolescent girl simply walks off and leaves her phone and doesn’t notify someone?” The girl’s relatives circulated missing poster throughout Ann Arbor on Sunday.
The Washtenaw Sheriff’s Dispatch may be reached at 734-994-2911 or the Washtenaw Sheriff’s Anonymous Tip Line can be reached at 734-973-7711.
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