Valley News Live We're now learning more about the abduction and incredible escape of a Minnesota teen that was missing for almost a month. Police say year-old Jasmine Block was abducted from her home on August 8, and was found Tuesday, September 5 running through a field in rural Grant County. Police now say that the three men arrested in connection with Block's disappearance abducted her and assaulted her over the nearly one month she was missing.
For over two years, the parents of two missing teenage sisters said they had no idea what happened to them after they mysteriously vanished. But it turned out the girls were living less than three hours away the entire time. At the time of their disappearance, the girls and their three other siblings, Nico, Nia and Gino, were at the center of the bitter divorce and custody dispute between their parents Sandra Grazzini-Rucki and David Rucki.
A Minnesota teen who disappeared last month has been found safe and authorities have arrested three people in connection with her disappearance. Officials with the Alexandria Police Department announced Tuesday afternoon that they had located Jasmine Block, 15, in Grant County, and had transported the teen to a local hospital for minor injuries. Police also announced that three people have been arrested in connection with the case, but their identities remain unknown.
If you have any information, you're asked to call the Dodge County Sheriff's Office at The Dodge County Sheriff's Office says their staff has been working to find year-old Jontayah Clark since she was reported by her parents as a runaway earlier this week. Authorities believe she may be staying with siblings or friends.
Styke failed to show up to work October The child's father, year-old James Spence, was scheduled to return the child to Styke but did not return to the house. It is believed that Styke, Spence and Bobby are all together and are traveling in a white four-door pickup truck with no tailgate.
Tiffany Marie Lukes, 35, reported Feb. On March 7 Tiffany Lukes reported her daughter was still missing, according to the criminal complaint. When Tiffany Lukes didn't respond to two subsequent calls, a Montgomery police officer went to the Lukeses' house and talked to Audrey's grandparents. Ronald Leonard Lukes, 60, and Linda Ann Lukes, 61, reportedly told the officer they hadn't seen their granddaughter in several weeks.
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