Deborah Kalai Fourzan, 14, has been missing since February 2, 2009 from Tecumseh, Ok.
Deborah was last seen on February 2, 2009. She is believed to be traveling to California with James Reimer. They may be traveling in a white 1994 Mercury Cougar with Oklahoma license plates VRW932. The vehicle has significant front end damage. A felony warrant is on file for James. Deborah’s ears are pierced. She may dye her hair black. Deborah has a birthmark on the back of her arm. She may go by her middle name, Kalai. James may shave his beard. His nickname is Jim.
The authorities believe she left “willing with him”. You can decide for yourself but did you know most sex offenders groom their victims prior to any crime? Offenders may position themselves to come into contact with children trying to get teens into situations where no other adults are present which is one of the reasons there is a need to monitor Internet and cell phone usage of children.
TECUMSEH, Okla. Tecumseh Police Chief Gary Crosby says Fourzan knows Reimer because her mother and stepfather had been friends with him. She was last seen at Tecumseh High School and hasn’t been in contact with her family…
…Crosby says before she disappeared, Fourzan’s parents discovered sexually explicit text messages Reimer had sent to their daughter. The parents took the cellular phone away from her, but Crosby says Reimer gave Fourzan a new one so that he could continue to communicate with her.
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Update 03-14-09: Missing Tecumseh Teen Found in Washington State
MONTESANO, Washington – Tecumseh police say 14-year-old Deborah Fourzan, the teenager who has been missing since February 2, was found in Washington state.
According to Tecumseh Lt. Detective J.R. Kidney, a Washington state trooper pulled over James Reimer in a white Mercury Cougar around 5:00 p.m. CT Saturday.
Washington State Police spokesperson Krista Hedstrom said Reimer was pulled over for a lane violation. A trooper conducted a field sobriety test and let Reimer back in his vehicle. When the trooper called in his information, they discovered Reimer’s warrant.