Missing juveniles found in W.Va.
Two juvenile girls who were reported missing earlier this week have been found in West Virginia.
Tiffany Myers and Tanisha Spaulding, both 17, from the Chesapeake-South Point area, were found at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the home of Myers’ mother in St. Albans, according to Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless.
On Thursday guardians for the two young women reported they were missing when they failed to show up for school at the Collins Career Center.
How they reached St. Albans is unknown at this time, Lawless said.
By mid morning the guardians had picked up the women and were returning to Ohio.
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