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    WA - Hailey Gregory, 14, Bonney Lake, 8 Dec 2015

    Hailey Ann Gregory


    Sharing info for a Pierce County Sheriff Missing Person case

    Bonney Lake, Washington -
    This is a PCSO missing person case. If you have information on Hailey Ann Gregory’s whereabouts, please call 911 or their non-emergency line at 253-798-4721.

    MISSING: 14-year-old Hailey Ann Gregory disappeared from her Bonney Lake home early Tuesday morning. She’s is 5’4″, 150lbs , and has black hair and blue eyes. She was wearing black sweat pants and black sweat shirt when she went to bed.

    It’s Pierce County missing persons case #1534201626.



    http://www.ci.bonney-lake.wa.us/cityblog/?p=5849

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    still missing: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/l...e64518157.html

    On Jan. 29, the girl’s mother received Facebook messages a high school senior asking how she’s doing and if she’s single. The woman said she is not single and is not doing well because she’s worried about her daughter.

    The high school senior then asked to see her breasts and offered to return her daughter if she did so. “If you don’t I’ll kill her,” prosecutors contend he wrote.

    The woman immediately reported the exchange to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies spoke with the high school senior the next day and said he didn’t know where the girl was and sent her mother a message because he thought she was “pretty.”

    He insisted he didn’t mean the threat and “apologized profusely,” records show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl View Post
    still missing: http://www.thenewstribune.com/news/l...e64518157.html

    On Jan. 29, the girl’s mother received Facebook messages a high school senior asking how she’s doing and if she’s single. The woman said she is not single and is not doing well because she’s worried about her daughter.

    The high school senior then asked to see her breasts and offered to return her daughter if she did so. “If you don’t I’ll kill her,” prosecutors contend he wrote.

    The woman immediately reported the exchange to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies spoke with the high school senior the next day and said he didn’t know where the girl was and sent her mother a message because he thought she was “pretty.”

    He insisted he didn’t mean the threat and “apologized profusely,” records show.


    Really? WTH????

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    Why would someone do something so cruel? Makes you def wonder if he does have a connection with Hailey's disappearance though.
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