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Chloe Case

Posted by on Thursday, February 5th, 2015 @ 12:40 pm.

Caleb Gallion

Caleb Gallion

LAWRENCE CO., Ill.---The two teens who went missing from their high school in Lawrenceville Monday have not returned to Illinois due to local charges where they ended up.

However, sources close to the case have advised that both teens are also going to be facing significant charges once they are returned to their home state.

Caleb Gallion, 18, and Chloe Case, 15, went missing Monday after school and alerts were sent up, one for a juvenile runaway, the next day when members of their families learned that the two had traveled to Perryville, Missouri.

Chloe Case

Chloe Case

However, Facebook references to the two were seen by a friend of Gallion's, this again according to sources close to the kids, and this friend tipped off Gallion, who then left with Case from a motel where they were staying in Perryville while on the way to Texas. Sources advise that the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, as well as local law enforcement, reportedly had asked for such Facebook messages to stop. However, well-meaning family were concerned about the whereabouts of the two, and social networking was ablaze with information about them. This, said one source, made it difficult for law enforcement to "set a trap" for the two. It remains unclear the circumstances of their apprehension and arrest in Texas, but apparently they were trying to meet up with a particular individual who was keeping an eye out for notifications online regarding the two kids.

They were ultimately found yesterday afternoon (Wednesday, February 5) about mid-day (3-3:30 p.m.) in the Dallas, Texas, area. Both are being held on different charges there: Gallion is being charged in Hunt County, Texas, with underage possession of alcohol, failure to yield, and possession of brass knuckles.

Local charges being considered against Gallion may include grand theft auto, weapon charges, theft and forgery.

It's unclear what Case may be facing, as she is a juvenile and likely will be charged as one.

More will be made available as it comes in; keep watching, or be sure to pick up a copy of the next print edition, which goes on stands next Tuesday, February 10, and is available here at the site by e-Edition beginning at 8 p.m. Monday night.

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  1. M D Stine

    That failure to Yield will bite you in the ass every time. Do you anticipate once they are extradited back a States Attorney will try to make hay with the 18 year old (assuming is considered an adult) taking a minor across a state line …….. provided the States Attorney isn’t David “Botch It” Hyde

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