Missing FC teen being held in Omaha
By Molly Chapple
A 16-year-old Falls City girl reported missing earlier this summer last week was found in Omaha, according to her mother. She was taken into custody by Omaha police and is being held at a youth center and was scheduled to appear in court today.
Sarah Norton, of Falls City, went missing from her home at 212 W. 10th St. on Saturday, June 28, her mother, Veronica Hall, said. At the time, Sarah was serving house arrest in connection with past incidents of running away from home.
“I am relieved she was found and hope she gets the help she needs,” Hall said.
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