Missing 18 yr old girl
Heartfelt

Park Hills, MO

#1 Sep 1, 2013
What happened with the girl that went missing Friday night? I think her name was Charlie Coleman.
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United States

#2 Sep 1, 2013
Heartfelt wrote:
What happened with the girl that went missing Friday night? I think her name was Charlie Coleman.
She is fine she lied to everyone and was with ppl she knew the whole time

Since: Sep 13

Saint Louis, MO

#3 Sep 1, 2013
What a shame. I feel bad for her boyfriend who was probably beside himself upet the wholetime.
wtf

Ashburn, VA

#4 Sep 1, 2013
that's pretty crapy
Loopy

Dexter, MO

#5 Sep 2, 2013
Thank goodness is is safe and unharmed . The sadiest part of all this is that everyone jumped into action looking for her sharing on face book getting the word out and it turned out to be nothing at all. Now when someone really does go missing how much time and resources are we going to loose because people may feel its a waist of time to bother helping out because they feel its just a spoiled child being unresponsable
Punisher

Largo, FL

#6 Sep 3, 2013
I really think kids who do this should be forced to pay for resources that were used looking for them. They should be forced to make a public apology on FB and any other media/news outlet that reported the story. As well as have to do volunteer work to make it up to the community that came out looking for them (the missing) and showed their support. Loopy's post was pretty spot on. People like this girl and the runaway bride a few years ago and so many others like them really make people jaded and with missing posts all over Facebook the general public is just going to assume it's someone crying wolf. I'm glad the girl is fine, but shame on her.

Since: Feb 13

Location hidden

#7 Sep 4, 2013
Punisher wrote:
I really think kids who do this should be forced to pay for resources that were used looking for them. They should be forced to make a public apology on FB and any other media/news outlet that reported the story. As well as have to do volunteer work to make it up to the community that came out looking for them (the missing) and showed their support. Loopy's post was pretty spot on. People like this girl and the runaway bride a few years ago and so many others like them really make people jaded and with missing posts all over Facebook the general public is just going to assume it's someone crying wolf. I'm glad the girl is fine, but shame on her.
There was actually an incident very similar to this a few years back somewhere up north (I believe it was in Wisconsin). A college student went missing and the police and volunteers spent days looking for her before she finally surfaced with a story about being abducted. It didn't take too long for police to realize her story was a hoax that she had cooked up to get the attention of her boyfriend (who had just broken up with her). The girl was then charged with lying to the police. In the end, the judge sentenced her to many hours of community service and also forced her to make a public apology. If I'm not mistaken, I believe she also had to reimburse those who spent the resources looking for her.

I think this girl in town should get the same deal to teach her a lesson and also to steer others for trying to pull the same thing in the future.

Since: Jan 10

Semora, NC

#8 Sep 5, 2013
Punisher wrote:
I really think kids who do this should be forced to pay for resources that were used looking for them. They should be forced to make a public apology on FB and any other media/news outlet that reported the story. As well as have to do volunteer work to make it up to the community that came out looking for them (the missing) and showed their support. Loopy's post was pretty spot on. People like this girl and the runaway bride a few years ago and so many others like them really make people jaded and with missing posts all over Facebook the general public is just going to assume it's someone crying wolf. I'm glad the girl is fine, but shame on her.
And it wouldn't hurt if the parents lower the boom on them and kicked their butts and most of all keep them home don't let them out,
Zoe

Omaha, NE

#9 Sep 22, 2013
auntmackie wrote:
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And it wouldn't hurt if the parents lower the boom on them and kicked their butts and most of all keep them home don't let them out,
She's 18
Huh

United States

#10 Sep 23, 2013
Zoe wrote:
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She's 18
If she is living in her parents house then she needs to abide by their rules. If she wants to go out and party and do whatever then she can go get her own place.
we

United States

#11 Sep 23, 2013
What anasshole
mary

United States

#12 Sep 24, 2013
this is sooo bad to do because of what happened so many years ago in fredericktown to gina dawn she is still missing im sure that this went thru everyones mind when this happened ,pray for this girl she doesnt realize that the next time people wont look for her they will think it is another joke not so funny

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