ELast April 8, a 15 year old girl was kidnapped in it American Airlines Center from Dallas when he went with his father to watch the NBA game between Dallas Mavericks y Portland Trail Blazers.
The girl went to the bathroom… and did not return to her father.
Serious problems with the complaint for the disappearance of the teenager in Dallas
‘Fox News’ reports that the girl’s father immediately reported the disappearance to the police officers who were at the pavilion, but at the American Airlines Center they asked him to file the report with the police at his place of residence in North Richland Hills.
When she filed the complaint in North Richland Hills, she was told there was nothing they could do because the disappearance had occurred in Dallas.
“My daughter disappeared in the city of Dallas, this is a case from Dallas, but they refused to open a case to find her,” denounced the father of the missing teenager.
The family found nude photographs of the teenager on a prostitution website
Faced with this situation, the family reacted by going to the ‘Texas Counter-Trafficking Initiative’a foundation specializing in fighting human trafficking.
The parents found nude photographs of their daughter on the internet offering her sexual services on a prostitution website, which helped them locate the location of the photos to find their kidnapped daughter in the hotel Extended Stay America from Oklahomamore than 200 kilometers from the American Airlines Center where a camera recorded her leaving the pavilion with a man.
The teenager was sexually assaulted several times at the hotel in Oklahoma.
Eight people accused of the kidnapping and rape of the teenager who disappeared from the American Airlines Center
The Oklahoma Police have arrested six women and two men accused of kidnapping, rape, human trafficking, distribution of child pornography and prostitution.
The names of those arrested are Saniya Alexander, Melissa Wheeler, Chevaun Gibson, Kenneth Nelson, Sarah Hayes, Karen Gonzales, Thalia Gibson and Steven Hill.
“We are grateful for the work of the Oklahoma City Police Department and our daughter’s recovery. My heart is broken by the unimaginable things my daughter had to endure during the 11 days she was taken away, and I am so glad to hear from you.” that he is safe”, declared the teenager’s mother in words published by the ‘Huffington Post’.