Missing school girl found alive after 40 days

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first_img 84 Views   2 comments Share Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img LocalNews Missing school girl found alive after 40 days by: – March 29, 2011 Photo credit: GIS NewsAfter being out of sight for 40 days, Shanice Jemmot, 15, of Layou has been found alive as well as the man she supposedly disappeared with.Police discovered Jemmot and Webster Edmund Monday evening in Clarke Hall, a major breakthrough in the matter which police have been blasted for not doing enough.Police said they knew what they were doing and family members of the Isaiah Thomas secondary school girl were relieved to know she was found living.“I feel happy I jump up in the house, I happy tonight,” Jemmot’s mother Josette Paul told reporters at the princess Margaret hospital where Jemmot had to be examined. She has also been taken to the Psychiatric Unit for evaluation.Dorris Paul, grandmother of Jemmot, said she had given up hope.“First time I get stressed out in my life first time”, the 70 year old said. “I tell people Webster Edmund kill my child and he kill himself,” she told reporters. But said she was extremely excited when she was told her granddaughter had been found.Chief of Police Cyril Carette said police found Jemmot in the school skirt she had been wearing the day she disappeared. Jemmot left home for school 17 February and was only noted missing when she did not return home that Thursday.She turned 15 on 13 March while still missing. “I’m really excited about it,” said Police Public Relations Officer Claude Weekes, Tuesday morning in response to Jemmot’s return. Both Edmund and Jemmot had been taken to the Criminal Investigation Department CID after they were found.Dominica Vibes News Tweetlast_img

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