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Missing Sunnyside teenager found safe in Maryland

Adrika Hogue

Jan. 17, 2017 Staff Report

A Sunnyside teenager who was reported missing last week has been found.

Adrika Hogue, a 17-year-old female who went missing from her 40th Street residence last Tuesday, was located in Maryland with her boyfriend yesterday, according to police.

The police said there was no criminality involved in regard to her departure.

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Woodside Parent

Wonderful news to know she safe and unharmed. Thank you to Sunnyside Post for reporting on this issue.

David Rosasco

Who among us would not be relieved to locate a daughter who went missing regardless of the circumstances behind the disappearance?

good republican kids who believe in freedom and America

these fine young kids were probably just on their way to attend the ceremony in DC on Friday, you know Donald J Trump being sworn in as next President!!


How come JVB didn’t put out an amber alert? Oh I forgot he’s still crying over Trump winning.


Henry is an idiot. Who is anyone to put an amber alert on someone else’s child. Let us guess Henry, you’re a Fox educated Trump U graduate.

Gray Haired Old Bat

No criminality? She’s underage with her boyfriend across state lines – without parental consent. Is that not juvenile delinquency? How old is the boyfriend?


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