Mia Brailford, 16-year-old high school student, found after she went missing on JROTC field trip

A secondary school in Florida student used to be found safe after she went missing on a school trip in Georgia officials announced Monday. Police said she was 16-year-old Mia Brailford at an address in Alabama and a male suspect arrested in link with her disappearance.

Brailford went missing while her school was visiting Gerald LaWhorn Scouting Base in Molena, Georgia. Her tent mate reported seeing her around 11:30 pm on Saturday only reported her missing by Sunday 6 o’clock check-in, according to the school district of Palm Beach County.

The police said she was her Monday in found a home in Phoenix City, Alabama, which is about 50 miles from Molena.

Police identified the man as 27-year-old Jontai Kahri Austin. They said Brailford met Austin for the first time saturday night on Instagram and decided to run off with him because they are both aspiring rappers, CBS affiliate WPEC reported.

Austin is being held in Russell County, Alabama, on trial for a felony of interstate interference with guardianship over children, WPEC reported.

The Upson County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the matter. Sheriff Dan Kilgore said on Monday that the teen was found by… technology die mobile phone data analysis.

Kilgore said the search involved “enormous resources”, including volunteers from burgers, fire volunteers, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and FBI. “We wish to praise and thank everyone who participated for their help in this case,” he added.

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