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Adair Co. SO seeks help finding missing 16 year old girl (Back with family)

2017-07-17 - Sparksville Community, Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo from ACSO Deputy Sheriff Brandon Hitch.
Update. She has been reunited with her parents. See: Missing Adair County juvenile is back home with parents

Adair County Deputy Sheriff Brandon Hitch received a call of a missing 16 year old juvenile, today. Missing is Nicole Lynn Hodge, from the Sparksville area, reported by her mother and father, Pat & Richard Hodge of Adair County. The Hodges had last heard their daughter in the house at around 3amCT, this morning, Monday, July 17, 2017. The last time they have heard from her was at at 1pmCT, today; Nicole Lynn Hodge contacted her two sisters, who, in turn contacted the Hodges. Foul play is not suspected. Nicole is approximately 5'9", 130 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. Possibly wearing white tennis shoes, blue jeans, shirt or blouse unknown. It is believed she was picked up at her home between 3am and 6amCT. Anyone with any information should contact Adair County 911. - Deputy Sheriff Brandon Hitch.

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