Deborah Kalai Fourzan, (14), has been missing since February 2, 2009 from Tecumseh, Ok. She was believed to be with James Reimer (40). Her story was featured previously on America’s Most Wanted (AMW)
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.
While this missing case has a happy ending there are many unanswered questions. How could they travel from Tecumseh, Ok. to Washington, a distance of approximatley 2,000 miles, in the same car without being spotted? Were Amber Alerts for the pair issued in multiple states?
(correction: see comment below, a missing child alert was issued and not an AMBER Alert)
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