A missing 16-year-old Indiana girl was found safe in Arkansas on Sunday with the assistance of the FBI, the Indiana sheriff said.
Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez reported that Madison Edlemon was there, Times of
"This positive result could only be achieved through the mutual cooperation of state and federal agencies," Martinez says according to the document.
Madison is thought to be in "extreme danger", probably
22-year-old Alexander Martin Curry-Fishtorn was also found and taken into custody, the newspaper reported. Martinez said he faces multiple charges.
Madison disappeared Saturday morning in Crown Point, Indiana, a town about 50 miles southeast of Chicago, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Her family last spoke to her the other night.
Later, her car was found abandoned, with the window open and some of her belongings, the Crown Point Police Department reported.
Her family believes she is with St. John's Investigator Kuri-Fishtorn, who has a warrant for protection against Edlemon's robbery.
A police report says Curry-Fishtorn is believed to be driving an unregistered 2009 black / gray Chevrolet Cobalt with Indiana's 645RIS.
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The signal states that Madison is wearing a black hood, blue tear-down jeans, and high luster boots with a black lace choker.