AL AL - Brittany Robinson, 14, Mobile, 14 June 2012

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    On Friday, June 26, 2015, Mobile police released an age progressed image, right, of missing Mobile teen Brittany Shante Robinson, 17. She went missing in 2012 when she was 14 years old after visiting her father. (Courtesy of the Mobile Police Department)

    Search continues for missing Mobile teen Brittany Robinson
    June 26, 2015
    http://www.al.com/news/mobile/index.ssf/2015/06/search_continues_for_missing_m.html
     
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    Such a beautiful girl. :(
     
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    Bumping for Brittany.
     
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    Brittany Robinson, 14, was last seen when her aunt dropped her off at her father’s home on McCovery Road in Mobile at 9 a.m. on June 14, 2012. It was supposed to be a two-day visit. She has never been heard from again. Her father, Demetric L. Hooper, left Mobile immediately after her disappearance, and six weeks later a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later found at a mental health facility in Arkansas, according to The Charley Project. Hooper suffered from schizophrenia and had sought treatment there. In the years prior to Brittany’s disappearance, he had been hospitalized in Alabama several times for his mental illness and for drug problems. Brittany wasn’t with her father when the police found him in Arkansas, and he was charged with felony custodial interference. Authorities determined he traveled extensively throughout the southeastern U.S. after Brittany vanished. Hooper was carrying Brittany’s pink iPod, as well as knives and a rope, when arrested. He denied any involvement in his daughter’s disappearance. He initially pleaded not guilty to interfering with child custody. He changed his plea to guilty in August 2014 and a Mobile County Circuit Court Judge sentenced him to 10 years in prison.

    Gone without a trace? Misery, mystery linger in these Alabama missing child cases

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