An AMBER Alert as been issued in Detroit for missing Je-ni Cushondra Scott. It is interesting to contrast the NCMEC AMBER Alert with the news article from WXYZ.
AMBER ALERT Subject was dropped off at a school bus stop located on Grand River and Greenfield in the City of Detroit on 4/20/09 at 7:30 a.m. Subject left location of the school bus stop on foot and has not returned. Subject texted her father she was locked inside of a basement of a house located on Grandville in the City of Detroit at approx. 4:20 p.m. and that an unknown subject would not let her leave.
(WXYZ) -The Detroit Police Department is investigating an incident of an endangered 13 year old girl.
Je-ni Cushondra Scott was last seen at a school bus stop on Grand River and Greenfield on the city’s west side on Monday at 7:30 a.m. She is 5 foot 2 inches, 130 lbs. and has brown eyes and black hair. She was wearing an Academy of Westland uniform yellow shirt and brown and white plaid skirt with blue jeans underneath.
If you have any information please call 911 or DPD at 313-596-5640 immediately.
For a completely different perspective, review the updated AMBER Alert for Haleigh Cummings.
Update: The cases is still being investigated.
DETROIT — Authorities canceled an Amber Alert for a 13-year-old Detroit girl who police say was found after she was abducted.
Update 04-23-09: Two face sex charges in Detroit girl’s disappearance
Detroit –Two men were arrested this afternoon in connection with the disappearance of a 13-year-old girl earlier this week, a police spokesman said.
The men were arrested on criminal sexual conduct charges in the fondling Je-Ni Cushondra Scott, who was reported missing after her father dropped her off Monday morning at a bus stop at Grand River and Greenfield. They were expected to be arraigned later today.
Police are trying to piece together what happened with Je-Ni. While the text she sent her father later that day claiming she was being held in a basement against her will was untrue, she was in a dangerous situation, said Detroit Police Second Deputy James Tate.