Missing Covington teen found


Stephie Skaggs, 14, likely in Bradford area

Stephie Skaggs, 14, left her Covington home early Sunday morning. Sheriff’s Office is working with the family to locate her and she is believed to be in the Bradford area.

Stephie Skaggs, 14, left her Covington home early Sunday morning. Sheriff’s Office is working with the family to locate her and she is believed to be in the Bradford area.


NEWBERRY TWP. —

Missing Covington teen located at friend’s house, according to Chief Deputy Steve Lord.

The juvenile left the home in the 10000 block of Frankman Road, near Covington, in the early morning hours on Sunday.

Miami County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Steve Lord said, Stephie Skaggs, 14, of Covington, was located at a friend’s home around 4:30 p.m. Monday. She was reported missing around 2 a.m. Monday morning. Skaggs will be charged with unruly in juvenile court.

Stephie Skaggs, 14, left her Covington home early Sunday morning. Sheriff’s Office is working with the family to locate her and she is believed to be in the Bradford area.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2020/03/web1_SkaggsGirlMissing-1.jpgStephie Skaggs, 14, left her Covington home early Sunday morning. Sheriff’s Office is working with the family to locate her and she is believed to be in the Bradford area.
Stephie Skaggs, 14, likely in Bradford area