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News : Adrianna Horton Still Missing; Man Arrested In Case
Posted by Randy on 2013/8/21 6:34:18 (610 reads) News by the same author

A 12-year-old girl remained missing in southwest Missouri late Tuesday night; even after police arrested and charged the man they believe kidnapped Adrianna Horton.

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Police say Bobby Bourne, 34, had done some work for Adrianna Horton’s father, who lives in southern Missouri. Adrianna was last seen at a park in Golden City, Mo., which is about three hours south of Kansas City off I-49 near the Arkansas border.

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Bobby Bourne


Police say Adrianna was playing at the park with a friend when Bourne lured her into his car by telling her that his daughter was missing, and requested Adrianna’s help looking for her. That was at about 5 p.m. Monday evening.
Bobby D. Bourne was charged with domestic assault in Nov 2012. He's now charged with kidnapping a 12-yr-old girl.

Bobby D. Bourne was charged with domestic assault in Nov 2012. He’s now charged with kidnapping a 12-yr-old girl.

Police stopped Bourne at about 6:30 p.m. Monday, but Adrianna was not with him.

On Tuesday, searchers were out on horses, ATVs, using dogs and helicopters to search around the area. The FBI and Missouri State Highway Patrol were assisting with the search to find her.

“I know she’s coming home,” said Wendy Jackson, Adrianna’s mother, who lives in Overland Park. “Worst ever feeling. A phone call and your daughter’s gone. I just want her home, want her safe.”

Adrianna is a 7th grader and the oldest of four children.

She is 4-feet-5-inches tall and weighs about 70 pounds. She has short brown hair, brown eyes and a fair complexion.

Bourne is from Lamar, Mo. He is being held on $1 million bond in the Barton County Jail.

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