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Robeson County teen reported missing

Posted November 22, 2011

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— Pembroke police were searching for a 19-year-old girl with autism Tuesday after she told her stepfather she was gonig to the beach with a friend and never returned. 

Adrianna Chavis was last seen Nov. 12 wearing blue jeans and a purple coat. She called her stepfather Nov. 13.

She has not been heard from since.

Chavis is Native American, with brown hair and brown eyes. She stands 5 feet tall and weighs about 135 pounds.


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  • solarflare40 Nov 23, 2011

    I don't understand why people say, "she stands 5 feet tall..." She's 5 foot tall whether she's standing or not. Just saying...

  • solarflare40 Nov 23, 2011

    sooo, if she wasn't beautiful, you wouldn't care if she's found?

  • momeeee Nov 23, 2011

    Beautiful girl! Hope she is found safe.

  • rlee1117 Nov 23, 2011

    no matter the reason she is gone just lord keep her safe and bring her home safe on this holiday!

  • Seeminglyopposed Nov 23, 2011

    Where is the mother is all of this? My daughter would not have gotten permission from just her father-paternal,step or not without myself having a say in the matter. Not blaming anyone for I pray this child is safe. But again where is the mother and since they are mentioning her did she want her to go?

  • AestheticStyle Nov 22, 2011

    Autism? Then why did he even let her go? She has just as much right as anyone else to live her life. You have no idea how much she is impaired. Not only that she said she was going with a friend. The lack of details in this story leave it open for interpretation, but don't assume because she's autistic she should be kept under lock and key.

  • Rebelyell55 Nov 22, 2011

    Lord look after this girl.

  • n2justice Nov 22, 2011

    I hope she is found safe.

  • elizadushkufan85 Nov 22, 2011

    I hope she comes home safely

  • JAT Nov 22, 2011

    Autism? Then why did her stepfather even let her go to begin with? Something's not being told here!