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Two Lexington Middle School Students Missing

There are 66 comments on the WLTX Columbia story from Feb 21, 2008, titled Two Lexington Middle School Students Missing. In it, WLTX Columbia reports that:

Lexington police are searching for two girls who are missing. Viridiana Rodriguez, 14, and Brenda Flores, 13, haven't been seen since Wednesday.

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a to tha giss

North Myrtle Beach, SC

#1 Feb 21, 2008
runaways
Sad

Falls Church, VA

#3 Feb 21, 2008
a to tha giss wrote:
runaways
Lord i hope you are right.
HEY

Columbus, OH

#5 Feb 21, 2008
HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT " a to tha giss"
Big O

Falls Church, VA

#7 Feb 21, 2008
a to tha giss wrote:
runaways
Either that or they are somewhere being fast. I pray they come home safe
marion

Columbia, SC

#10 Feb 21, 2008
i hope you fine them and bring them home
OMY

Columbia, SC

#11 Feb 21, 2008
I hope they are found safe.
Lonewolf

Batesburg, SC

#12 Feb 21, 2008
Could be runaways,but somewhere along the line an adult will be involved.They're not old enough to support themselves.
PeaceMaker

United States

#14 Feb 21, 2008
These young ladies need to be found. Do we not have enough to worry about with our kids safety. You know the police want to use all these camera's to catch speeders and all but can't do more to look out for these kids. As a parent I'd go crazy knowing my child is missing. Because I work out of town an I know my kids are suppose to be home by a certain time, I get a little freaked if I don't hear from them within 15 minutes. That's why all kids should have some type of means to contact their parents throughout the day. These are very beautiful young ladies and I hope to hear in the news of their safety and not of anything else.
Justice

AOL

#17 Feb 21, 2008
Mudsharkslayer wrote:
More than likely some juan that the girls know is involved.
Mud, Mud, Mud... I think it's a Julio.
Peace

Columbia, SC

#18 Feb 21, 2008
Praying for their safety and safe return and strength for their families and friends.
Lexington County

Columbia, SC

#19 Feb 21, 2008
Sad thing is it is the Lexington Police Department investigating the case
joj

United States

#20 Feb 21, 2008
waz up shawty
Sweetness

Falls Church, VA

#21 Feb 21, 2008
I hope there is no foul play involved, and they are returned safely.
County Citizen

Santa Cruz, NM

#22 Feb 21, 2008
Lexington County wrote:
Sad thing is it is the Lexington Police Department investigating the case
Could be worse. If the Sheriff's Department investigates it will take at least 21 years.
nunnya

AOL

#23 Feb 21, 2008
WHAT IS EVERYONE CONCERNED ABOUT...IF THEY WANT TO BE GROWN AND RUN THE STREETS THEN THEY SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR WHATEVER HAPPENS TO THEIR FAST ASSES. KIDS THESE DAYS TRY TO GROW UP TOO FAST AND THEN WHEN THEY END UP GETTING RAPED THEY WANT EVERYONE TO FEEL SORRY FOR THEM. THEY'LL BE BACK HOME, HOPEFULLY WITH THEIR LIFE IN TACT.
Duh

United States

#24 Feb 21, 2008
PeaceMaker wrote:
These young ladies need to be found. Do we not have enough to worry about with our kids safety. You know the police want to use all these camera's to catch speeders and all but can't do more to look out for these kids. As a parent I'd go crazy knowing my child is missing. Because I work out of town an I know my kids are suppose to be home by a certain time, I get a little freaked if I don't hear from them within 15 minutes. That's why all kids should have some type of means to contact their parents throughout the day. These are very beautiful young ladies and I hope to hear in the news of their safety and not of anything else.
Bull you have no concept of how great it feels to give a missing kid back to a parent. The guy who doesn't have to turn away not show tears has the wrong heart to be a COP. One hundred tickets couldn't feel that good.
rtp

Chardon, OH

#25 Feb 21, 2008
The Sheriff would only find them after 21 years if the press got involved at that point. He has no concern for a case that won't get his picture plastered everywhere. Hope they do come home soon though.
a to tha giss

North Myrtle Beach, SC

#26 Feb 21, 2008
HEY wrote:
HOW DO YOU KNOW THAT " a to tha giss"
two teenage girls? come on ya'll werent you a teenager god knows i ran away lol

just a lucky guess thats all

“Soft Touch Hard Cover”

Since: Dec 07

Jersey

#27 Feb 21, 2008
Justice wrote:
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Mud, Mud, Mud... I think it's a Julio.
Stop it Justice. This is serious. For someone who is always defending his people, why would you turn around and make fun of two girls from a different minority?

It doesn't matter if they ran away or if they were abducted WHICH by the way just happened to a young latina about a year ago where the police thought she ran away and in fact saved her own self by using the kidnapper's cell phone and text her own mother.

The name of the child rapist that was out on bond for another allegation when he abducted the teenage latina...... Filyaw.

These girls are very very young. We aren't talking about Senior high school girls.

I hope they are found. God be with them.
emma

Columbia, SC

#28 Feb 21, 2008
I have seen both these girls at school.
I dont know about Brenda.
I see her and vidi alot at school togehter.
Viridiana went by the name Vidi at school.
I think she had a boyfriend at school.

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