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  1. #1
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    PA - Drea Lumberger - B/F/15 - Allegheny County - 23 Apr 2016

    Drea Lumberger - B/F/15 - Allegheny County - 23 Apr 2016

    Drea Lumberger :: Black / Female / 15 Years Old

    5’ 01” :: 130 Lbs. :: Shoulder Length Black Hair

    Green/Yellow/Red Hooded Sweatshirt :: Flower Print Pants :: Black Shoes

    Wilkinsburg Borough, Allegheny County, is in South-Western, PA.

    Day Two

    Sun., Apr. 24th: KDKA-TV:

    http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2016/...year-old-girl/ :

    Includes Photo:


    Piercings? -- Tattoos? -- Money? -- Electronics? -- Cosmetics? -- Change(s) of Clothing?



    For Non-Sleuthers Who Might Even Think Of Harboring An Under 18, PA Minor:

    PA Title 18  § 2904

    Interference With Custody Of Children

    (A) OFFENSE DEFINED.—A person commits an offense if he knowingly or recklessly takes or entices any child under the age of 18 years from the custody of its parent, guardian or other lawful custodian, when he has no privilege to do so.

    (B) DEFENSES.--It is a defense that:
    >> (1) the actor believed that his action was necessary to preserve the child from danger to its welfare; or
    >> (2) the child, being at the time not less than 14 years old, was taken away at its own instigation without enticement and without purpose to commit a criminal offense with or against the child; or
    >> (3) the actor is the child's parent or guardian or other lawful custodian and is not acting contrary to an order entered by a court of competent jurisdiction.

    (C) GRADING.--A Felony of the Third Degree, (F3), unless:
    >> (1) the actor, not being a parent or person in equivalent relation to the child, acted with knowledge that his conduct would cause serious alarm for the safety of the child, or in reckless disregard of a likelihood of causing such alarm. In such cases, the offense shall be a Felony of the Second Degree (F2); or
    >> (2) the actor acted with good cause for a period of time not in excess of 24 hours; and
    >>>> (i) the victim child is the subject of a valid order of custody issued by a court of this Commonwealth;
    >>>> (ii) the actor has been given either partial custody or visitation rights under said order; and
    >>>> (iii) the actor is a resident of this Commonwealth and does not remove the child from the Commonwealth.
    In such cases, the offense shall be a Misdemeanor of the Second Degree, (M2).

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    Last edited by Richrd; 04-24-2016 at 05:17 PM.

  2. #2
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    Apr 2014
    Hope she is found safe.

  3. #3
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    May 2013
    by the bay
    Police believe she could be somewhere in the East Hills section of Pittsburgh. Her mother fears for her safety based upon her aggressive behavior and is in the process of applying for an involuntary physiological committal for her daughter.

    Drea Lumberger had not taken her behavioral medicine in the past few weeks. Not taking the medication is not life threatening.


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