Missing Trinity County Girl Found Safe

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Missing Trinity County Girl Found Safe

Published on November 21, 2012 by Larry Crippen

Eleven-year-old Savannah Hurley from Trinity County, who was allegedly abducted by her mother Monday following a confrontation with Child Protective Services, was found safe by Trinity County Sheriff’s deputies around three Tuesday afternoon.

She was found with her mother, 46-year-old Shelly Jean Hurley, at a residence in Trinity County inside a camping trailer nearby. Shelly Hurley and the child’s grandmother, Patricia Rutledge, were in police custody Tuesday and charged with interfering with child custody. CPS media specialist Shari Pulliam said, regarding Ms. Hurley and the child, that they “had allegations of methamphetamine use and neglectful supervision.” CPS took custody of Savannah and is moving forward to put her in a foster home.

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