ALEXIS COLLINS and JOSH PLOURDE - 16 and 17 yo - Leander TX

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ALEXIS COLLINS and JOSH PLOURDE - 16 and 17 yo - Leander TX

Post by TomTerrific0420 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 3:51 am

LEANDER, Texas -- It has been more than a week since Stephanie Kimey's 16-year-old daughter Alexis Collins went missing.

Kimey said when she couldn't find Alexis at home on July 11, she
called Alexis' boyfriend, 17-year-old Josh Plourde. They said Josh was
visibly upset and worried. Hours later, Josh also disappeared after he
left the home in the family's car to look for Alexis.

"He was just freaking out and worried sick about her. He finally left
at about four o'clock and took her car to go find Alexis," Kimey said.

"He said he would be right back, and that is the last that we saw of him," Josh's stepfather Mike Lloyd said.

Since then, the families have spent days searching for their kids.

"They don't have money. They didn't take no personal items. We don't know who they could be with," Lloyd said.

They also left their cell phones. These are all reasons private
investigator Chuck Foreman thinks the teens did not runaway and could be
in danger. Foreman has been a private investigator for three years and
has dealt with several missing persons reports in the past.

"Both come from good homes. There was no note. They didn't pack a bag," Foreman said.

The case has been classified as a missing persons-runaway report by Leander police.

The Williamson County Sheriff's Office said there are numerous
factors to determining the severity of a missing person or runaway.
First, they determine if the person's life is in danger, if the
disappearance is suspicious, if they took their belongings and if
necessary medication was left behind.

Josh and Alexis are just two of the 800,000 missing or runway kids across the United States.

David Boatwright with the National Center for Missing and Exploited
Children said whether a child runs away or not, they are still missing.

"It is important for us to immediately get the word out to law enforcement," Boatwright said.

"Every child that is missing is critical to those parents," David
Boatwright said. "I would want to make sure that law enforcement, the
National Center for Missing Children, and the community is helping to
locate my child."

He said on any given day, Texas law enforcement is searching for about 3,000 missing or runaway kids.

Leander police are searching for the missing teens. If you see them, please contact Lt. Billy Fletcher at 512-528-2814.

Every missing person is entered into a national database so no matter where they are across the country, police can work to find them.
http://www.kvue.com/news/2-missing-teens-in-Leander-163094576.html
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Re: ALEXIS COLLINS and JOSH PLOURDE - 16 and 17 yo - Leander TX

Post by mom_in_il on Thu Jul 26, 2012 4:58 pm

Missing Leander teens found in New Mexico

by KVUE News
Posted on July 19, 2012 at 10:56 PM
Updated Friday, Jul 20 at 11:28 AM

ROSWELL, New Mexico -- Two teens who had been missing for more than a week were located by Roswell Police at 9 p.m. Thursday night in Roswell, New Mexico.

Alexis Collins,16, and Joshua Plourde, 17, were located together in a 1998 Ford Explorer by Roswell Police.

Alexis and Joshua are safe and their families have been notified.

Stephanie Kimey's, Collins' mother, said she couldn't find Alexis at home on July 11. Kimey called Alexis' boyfriend, 17-year-old Josh Plourde. They said Josh was visibly upset and worried. Hours later, Josh also disappeared after he left the home in the family's car to look for Alexis.

"He was just freaking out and worried sick about her. He finally left at about four o'clock and took her car to go find Alexis," Kimey said.

"He said he would be right back, and that is the last that we saw of him," Plourde's stepfather Mike Lloyd said.

Since then, the families spent days searching for their kids.

"They don't have money. They didn't take no personal items. We don't know who they could be with," Lloyd said.

The teens had also left their cell phones. These were all the reasons why private investigator Chuck Foreman thought the teens did not run away and could be in danger. Foreman has been a private investigator for three years and has dealt with several missing persons reports in the past.

"Both come from good homes. There was no note. They didn't pack a bag," Foreman said.

The case had been classified as a missing persons-runaway report by Leander police.

http://www.kvue.com/news/Missing-Leander-teens-found-in-New-Mexico-163136286.html
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