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voiceofreason 09-22-2020 06:50 AM

Clear Alert issued Galveston, TX WF, 19; may be with a negro, 35 (abducted? went willingly?)

Bayou Vista Police searching for missing Galveston teenager
Monday, September 21st 2020


BAYOU VISTA, Texas - A Clear Alert was issued late Sunday night for a Galveston teenager.

The Bayou Vista Police are searching for 19-year-old Grace Elizabeth Townley, who was last seen around 1 a.m. Sunday morning in Bayou Vista.

Townley is 5 foot, 8 inches tall, 140 pounds with blonde hair and blue eyes

Police said she may be with Ronald Thompson Jr., 35, a 6-foot tall black man, 145 pounds with black hair and eyes.



The state's Coordinated Law Enforcement Adult Rescue (CLEAR) Alert program, created by 2019 Texas legislation, is designed to close the gap between missing children and senior citizens. The CLEAR alert assists law enforcement in locating and rescuing missing, kidnapped or abducted adults or adults who are in immediate danger of injury or death, as well as aid in locating any potential suspects. The name of the CLEAR Alert also in part honors victims of violence which led to the CLEAR Alert legislation: Cayley Mandadi; D'Lisa Kelley; Erin Castro; Ashanti Billie and the Rest.

The below represents CLEAR Alert criteria for the state's network:

Is the individual 18 to 64 years of age, whose whereabouts are unknown?
Has a preliminary investigation verified the adult is in imminent danger of bodily injury or death or is the disappearance involuntary such as an abduction or kidnapping?
Is the clear alert request within 72 hours of the individual's disappearance?
Is sufficient information available to disseminate to the public to help locate the individual, a suspect, or the vehicle used in the incident?

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