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Police Searching for Missing 13-year-old Run Away with 18-year-old Sister in Fifth Ward Area

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Left to Right: Maya Coffman (Age 18) Kassidy Coffman (Age 13)SSS

Houston area police and The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are searching for Kassidy Coffman, 13 years old, and her 18-year-old sister Maya Coffman. The young girls were last seen in the Fifthward area of Houston near Jensen Dr.

It is highly suspected that these young girls have been targeted by older men and have experienced exploitation. Police are asking residents and hotel personnel to stay alert and contact the authorities as soon as possible with any information or location of these young girls.

In 2021, 7,355 new missing child cases were reported in Harris County and 9,522 in the 14-county Houston-Galveston region according to The Center for the Missing.

Please be aware that wanting to support a disturbed teen is commendable, however, it can get you into legal situations yourself if that individual is a runaway. Adolescents get bitter and resentful occasionally and make premature judgments. Vexation after a disagreement with parents or relatives can lead to dynamic melt-downs, bad choices, unnecessary conflict, and destructive conduct.

Permitting a juvenile who has run away from home to stay in your dwelling without cautioning the authorities and their parents, is criminal. You could be arrested for Harboring a Runaway (also called Aiding and Abetting), or Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. In most circumstances, these won’t be felony charges, but they are viewed to be very severe misdemeanors and could result in several months of incarceration and consequential fines.

If you think you noticed and/or identify somebody who is recorded as a missing person, the most significant step that you can take is to contact the police. Any information that you remember is noteworthy and may be beneficial.

If you see these young girls immediately contact the police department handling the investigation.

To submit the information anonymously, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or 1-800-222-8477. Contact your local police assistant.

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