Police say an Oregon man Noah Madrano lured a missing girl in Edmonton to appear in court
With some news from dept., the Oregon man held after cops got a missing kid Edmonton will surely go to court on Tue. Residents of Edmonton drew a sigh of relief on Saturday after finding that the 13-year-old girl had been found safe in Oregon City, more than 900 miles from the house where she was last seen on 24th June.
According to the FBI’s Portland agency, the Oregon City Cops arrested 41-year-old Noah Madrano early on Saturday and held him on state charges. The man will be held in charge of kid luring, by some clear words of Edmonton cops, they can not speak out the guilty’s name. As the investigation goes on, we may bring additional charges.
The teen, whose identity Postmedia is withholding, vanished before school-
Through CCTV footage at the Sumas border crossing, police in Abbotsford, British Columbia, were able to pinpoint the two on Friday. However, how they entered the country is still unknown and whether they did so together. Requests for comments from U.S. Customs and Border Authority have gone silent.
The girl’s father posted on social media on Sunday afternoon that “she was taking a nap with relatives in Oregon. There are a tonne of things to consider and a tonne of facts to sort through, but for the time being, getting her home is the main priority,” he wrote.
Community radio station KBOO in Portland is looking into “disturbing information” surrounding a volunteer on-air-
A podcast app lists Madrano as the co-host and producer of a show that aired on KBOO. An email account tied to the podcast was messaged by Postmedia, but he received no answer.
The most recent episode of the show, which has since been erased, has a scene where the host tries to have a phone $ex with a teen girl.