03-05-2016, 10:46 AM #1
NY - Lexi Bohringer, 16, Sloansville, 2 Feb 2016
Lexi Bohringer, 16, of Sloansville may be in the Albany area but could also have traveled to Florida.
Bohringer had once appeared on the "Dr. Phil" television program with her mother. The girl has had a strained relationship with family members for some time.
The 16-year-old and her mother appeared on “Dr. Phil” in 2013 in a show called “Ferocious Teens Out of Control.” In the show, Dr. Phil suggested they seek counseling in a therapeutic wilderness program.
03-05-2016, 11:20 AM #2
Updated: 03/04/2016 3:46 PM
Created: 03/04/2016 12:57 PM
Police your help finding a missing 16-year-old girl.
Lexi Bohringer of Schoharie County was last seen about a month ago in the Albany area.
Police think she ran away. There is also a chance she could be in Florida.
However, police do not think she is in any danger.
Lexi is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call Albany Police or the Schoharie County Sheriff’s Department.
She hasn't been seen for a month?? She is 16!IMO JMO
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03-05-2016, 11:25 AM #3
Rita says her 13-year-old daughter, Lexi, has been exhibiting behavioral problems since she was 10 and learned she was adopted by her stepfather. Since that day, Rita says Lexi has been angry and abusive and has no respect for authority or property. She says her daughter smokes cigarettes, punches and writes on her bedroom walls, has been sent to the principal’s office more than 50 times and takes out her frustrations with violence. Rita says Lexi was suspended five days in the 6th grade for fighting, and twice this year already. “I think the girl maybe just looked at her the wrong way,” she says of one altercation. Rita reveals that Lexi has created a list of girls she wants to fight, and she's scared the teen might end up in jail. “Lexi is very proud of her fights,” she says.
Lexi admits that she’s angry but says her chaotic home life is to blame. She says she oftentimes feels so frustrated she cuts herself and writes on the walls what she can’t say out loud to her mother. “I don’t know what else to do,” she says.
Rita admits that she yells and uses foul language when speaking to Lexi and has acted out aggressively at Lexi’s school.
“That’s getting down off the parent perch,” Dr. Phil warns Rita. “I need you to acknowledge that you are behaving in an inappropriate, immature manner,” he continues.
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Sounds like a lovely family...
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She has been found back in March
UPDATE: The Schoharie County Sheriff's Office say that 16 year oldLexi Bohringer has been located at a home in the Village of Richmondville at around 2:40 on Friday.
Police say she was located after receiving a tip..
09-10-2016, 11:00 AM #7SchenectadyScottGuest
4 arrested in SUNY Cobleskill robbery
September 9, 2016
New York State Police
Tashar Thomas, left, Lexi Bohringer, center, and Dylan Foote.
State Police in Cobleskill arrested four local residents in connection with a robbery Saturday night on the SUNY Cobleskill campus.
Two freshman students told police they were robbed by people who confronted them with a long gun and demanded their money and other items. The students noted the license plate from the suspects' vehicle and reported the incident to the SUNY Police Department.
The New York State Police located the vehicle a short time later and took over the investigation.
The four suspects are identified as Dylan J. Foote, 22, from Sharon Springs; Tashar G. Thomas, 21, from Richmondville; Lexi T. Bohringer, 16, from Cobleskill; and a 14-year-old juvenile from Preston Hollow.
They were each charged with first-degree robbery, a felony.
The three adults were sent to the Schoharie County Sheriff's Office after arraignment. The juvenile was also charged as an adult and detained in a youth detention facility.
The investigation is ongoing, state police said in a statement.