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BULLETIN! : Authorities Continue Search For Endangerd/Missing 15 Year Old
Posted by Randy on 2013/8/9 3:50:00 (1282 reads) News by the same author

The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has issued an Endangered Missing Person alert for a 15-year-old girl. Authorities want to find Bailey Ann Summers.

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She was last seen yesterday afternoon at 141 Lindsay which is the street address of the Gilman City school.

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Information and pictures of the missing girl and a male suspect were posted last night on the Facebook pages of the Trenton Police Department and KTTN. What appears to be the Facebook page for Bailey Summers says she lives in Trenton, studied at Trenton high school and in the past attended Gallatin high school.

Authorities in Harrison County are saying she left with 23-year-old Elijah McPike whom Summers has a protection order against due to what authorities have reported as alleged stalking and inappropriate contact with a minor. Online court information shows Elijah Garrick McPike with a Trenton address, 701 East 21st. An unidentified petitioner received a protection order issued this summer by Judge Steve Hudson of Grundy County.

Law enforcement reports say McPike has been known to be violent and is possibly armed with a weapon.

The pair may be traveling in a gray 2001 Dodge RAM extended cab pickup with a tool box in the bed. The Missouri license plates are 5DB-857.

Miss Summers is 5'7", 120 pounds with brown hair, hazel eyes. She was last seen wearing a pink hooded sweatshirt and faded blue jeans. McPike is described as 5'11", 165 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes.

Anyone who has seen them or their vehicle is asked to call 9-1-1; the Harrison County or Grundy County Sheriff's Departments or the girls mother Tracy Summers (635 1520).

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