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Two fathers from Sevier County, Tennessee will be on the show for the hour to discuss the details of their missing teenagers hoping that national attention will assist law enforcement agencies to find them and bring them home.
Often missing teenagers are runaways, but there are many other circumstances that need to be considered with every missing teenager who is not old enough to make intelligent life decisions. Several questions need to be asked about the disappearances of these young girls, especially were they lured by older males into thinking life would be better somewhere other than home. Any teenage runaway is endangered, whether they chose to run away or whether they were lured or abducted and often the priority to search for them is quite low.
Samantha Briana Duran, age 14 (now 15), has been missing since January 24, 2012. It’s believed she snuck out a window in the dark and is most likely with Juan Pineda (Flores), aged 19, who is facing charges of contributing to the deliquency of a minor. They are believed to be traveling in a silver Honda and could possibly be headed towards Texas.
Several agencies are involved in her search, including Laura Recovery Center and Heidi Search Center, both headquartered in Texas.
Kelsey Barrett, age 13, went missing for the second time on April 1,2012. It’s believed that she is with Guiber Rodriguez, aged 19.
If you have seen Samantha or Kelsey, please contact Detective Nathan Carr, Sevier County Sheriff’s Department at 865-453-4668.
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I’m sure this is much more prevalent than we realize…. Young girls taken in by these guys with the promise of …whatever! I hope they are not their pimps! Human trafficking is high on my scale of evil in this world! Thanks as always, for bringing us families we need to be aware of…. May these fathers continue to have courage and strength for the road ahead!
Donna R. Gore, M.A.