16-Year-Old Virginia Girl’s Body Found 2 Weeks After Her Parents Say Police Treated Her Like a ‘Runaway’

By Kellee Terrell


On Friday, the body of a 16-year-old girl from Virginia has been found less than a mile from where she was last seen.

Fairfax police confirmed that it was Jholie Moussa, who had been missing for about two weeks when police found her body covered in leaves in Woodlawn Park. This was the second time police say they searched the park.

Candle, flowers and stuffed bear for Jholie Moussa set up in front of Woodlawn Park. A mother and daughter from Maryland were so moved they drove over to set up memorial for slain teen. pic.twitter.com/I25914kfJ3

— CoveringTheCorridor (@route1corridor) January 27, 2018

According to NBC 4 Washington, while the police are looking into the murder of this young woman, her parents claim that when they first reported their daughter missing, the authorities shrugged it off. They told them Jholie probably ran away and registered her into the National Crime Information Center database as a runaway juvenile.

“Based on the facts of the case, there is nothing that indicates that Moussa is in any danger,” county police previously said in a statement.

However, it’s obvious that was not the case.

The day Jholie disappeared, she seemed distracted …read more

Source:: Black America Web

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