A woman now fears the worst after a 14-year-old girl who is under her care did not return home after she was dropped off at school on Monday.
According to Tonya Williams, her stepdaughter Anneshka White repeatedly ran away from home while she was living with her birth mother.
Williams said: “The mother tell me say a more than 12 time she run away, all fi three days, then she come home or somebody bring her home.
This is the first time she go missing when she under my care. The mother can’t manage her and her father ask me if she could stay with me.”
Williams is convinced that the teen is in the company of an adult.
She said: “Her friend told me that Anneshka asked her on Sunday to follow her to her boyfriend’s house. She told me that when I dropped off Anneshka at school (Edith Dalton James High) on Monday, she didn’t go inside because she went in search of her and didn’t see her the entire day. I see things in her phone that was sent by an adult male and I took the phone to the police. “
Williams said that on making the report yesterday, she was told by police personnel that she could be charged.
“The police dem tell me say anything happen to her, a me inna trouble. Mi start bawl cause dat nuh mean tru she bad me a go turn mi back on her. The only reason I waited before making the report was because I thought she was coming home,” Williams said. “She is good in school, she can do better.
She just need to settle down more, too much company.”
The Constant Spring police confirmed that a missing person report was made yesterday.
Anneshka is about five feet, nine inches tall and was last seen wearing her uniform.
Anyone knowing her whereabouts is asked to contact the Constant Spring Police (876) 924-1826, (876) 924-4180 or the nearest police station.