Ohio girl, 16, who disappeared for two days in Grand Teton National Park is found after ‘she cut and dyed her hair

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Date: August 6th, 2016

Category: Bizarre, Nutty News, odd

jacksonAn Ohio teen who disappeared during a volunteering trip to Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park was found sporting newly dyed hair and different clothes, according to the National Park Service.

Fauna Jackson, a 16-year-old from Cincinnati, was found at 8am on Saturday after authorities launched an ‘extensive’ two-day search that enlisted about 100 people.

Jackson, who fled when she was approached by law enforcement on Saturday, was uninjured and taken to St John’s Medical Center for a welfare check.  More

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One Response to “Ohio girl, 16, who disappeared for two days in Grand Teton National Park is found after ‘she cut and dyed her hair”

  1. Democrat Says:

    How dare the Wyoming law enforcement personnel approach a young female without having lengthy sensitivity training!

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