Bemidji Teen Reported Missing Shows Up At Law Enforcement CenterBEMIDJI, MN (WDAZ-TV) - A Bemidji teenager reported missing by her mother on Thursday showed up at the Law Enforcement Center in Bemidji along with her boyfriend and his father.
By: WDAZ Staff Report, WDAZ
BEMIDJI, MN (WDAZ-TV) - A Bemidji teenager reported missing by her mother on Thursday showed up at the Law Enforcement Center in Bemidji along with her boyfriend and his father.
Authorities didn't say whether Jessica Jolie Thompson, 16, was hurt at all.
Just after 8:30 p.m., the Beltrami County Sheriff's Department reports, Thompson "voluntarily appeared" at the center with Jarvis Lussier, 15, and his father.
Investigation into the incident on Wednesday night is continuing.
According to authorities, Thompson told friends she didn't want to leave with Lussier and she was seen being led by Lussier by the arm headed south on foot in Westwood Mobile Home Park in northwest Bemidji.
Police cast a wide net, stating Thompson could be in Bemidji, the Red Lake Indian Reservation and the Lac De Flambeau Reservation in Wisconsin.
A second news release to the media included the crime alert and a description of Thompson, along with what she was wearing when she left the home.
Police said Thursday night that they are continuing to investigate the events surrounding Thompson leaving the home. Jason Lussier, the father of Jarvis, escorted the couple to the law enforcement center Thursday night.
Bemidji police are continuing to investigate the case and possible charges stemming from it.