Missing McKees Rocks girl shows up at police station
A McKees Rocks girl who was missing for 18 days is safe, police said on Tuesday.
Police feared that Shi-Asia Robinson, 16, was being held against her will because of a conversation she had with her grandmother after leaving home on April 5. Robinson walked into the Stowe police station Monday evening in good health, McKees Rocks police Chief Robert Cifrulak said.
Robinson was believed to be in the company of Jermaine DeHonney, 17, of Turtle Creek, who has a criminal history involving guns and who removed a court-ordered tracking device from his ankle. Cifrulak did not say if DeHonney has been captured.
The Allegheny County Department of Children, Youth and Families is overseeing Robinson's case, Cifrulak said.
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