Found Safe NC- Daniel Bledsoe, Adult, Wesley Bledsoe, 7, Avery County, 7 Feb 2019

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    According to the Avery County Sheriff’s Office, Daniel Bledsoe of Elk Park, NC drove his son, 7-year-old son Wesley Bledsoe to a nearby school bus stop early Thursday morning.

    Daniel Bledsoe did not return home and when his wife checked with the school, and they informed her that Wesley had never arrived at school.

    Officials say Daniel Bledsoe was last seen driving a white 2007 Honda CRV. The vehicle has a damaged driver’s side front quarter panel. North Carolina vehicle registration is PJD-4208.

    Wesley Bledsoe is approximately 4 feet tall and 50 lbs. with dark blonde hair.
    Father, 7-year-old son reported missing from Avery County
     
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    AVERY COUNTY, NC (WBTV) - A father and his 7-year-old son have been found safe in Alabama after they were reported missing from Avery County Thursday.

    Officials say Daniel and Wesley Bledsoe were found in Alabama Thursday evening.

    Missing NC father, 7-year-old son found safe in Alabama
     
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    Alabama? Both are ok and will be returning to NC? I wonder if someone needs to follow them home.
     

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