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Missing Girl Fled to Avoid Arraigned Marriage

Posted by Sandra On March - 2 - 2011

Jessie Bender, 13

HESPERIA — Authorities searching for a missing girl believed to have run off with someone she met on the internet now say the teenager is safe. 13-year-old Jessie Bender, a student at Cedar Middle School in Hesperia, was last seen in the early hours morning of Feb. 22. Melissa said that Jessie had been late night chatting with a man she met on the internet.

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http://www.ktla.com/news/landing/ktla-missing-hesperia-teen,0,5672139.story










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