Dallas Man Charged After Missing Girl Found

A Dallas man has been charged after Victoria Glenn, a missing runaway, was found by the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

A Dallas man is charged after a missing girl is found.
A Dallas man is charged after a missing girl is found.
Victoria Glenn, a missing runaway has been found by members of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office, according to the Sheriff's Facebook page. She is unharmed and in good health.

A Douglas County Sheriff's deputy told the Douglas County Sentinel that social media posts were part of how deputies located Victoria “Tori” Glenn at a Paulding County Walmart. The deputy told the newspaper that she had been with Tyler Jorgenson, 20, who she had met online.

According to arrest records, Jorgenson, a Dallas resident, is in the Douglas County Jail, charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor and interference with custody. 

In the past week, two men were identified as persons of interest in the missing girl case that started on Jan. 2.

One of the two men was identified earlier today and found to not have any involvement in the case

Related Douglasville Patch stories:

1 Man Identified, Search Still on for Another in Missing Girl Case

Sheriff's Office Searches for Missing Girl
Pam Scoggins January 09, 2014 at 11:13 AM
Really glad this girl is back home safe but, first I heard she was kidnapped then a runaway, sounds to me she may a handful or trouble at home. Sounds like to me after she met this young man online she chose to runaway to be with him and theres no telling what she told him, maybe more parental control.
teresa harris January 10, 2014 at 06:55 AM
Sad when ppl just assume parental blame. No matter how well you raise your kids truth is they make choices and sometimes bad ones, we dont know what she told anyone and we do know there is danger for any child no matter how well they r raised being on the internet. So glad shes safe ..could had been alot worse. Im betting no matter circumstances they are thankful to have her home and will make changes. Sounds like to me a child is safe.... thank you Douglas County ..great job...
Dawn Leonard Steinhauer January 11, 2014 at 08:56 PM
I am not blaming her parents. The blame lies on this young "lady" and her skeevy boyfriend. She should be required to pay back all the money wasted on her "recovery". Maybe she has some more Christmas gifts to sell. Too bad that real victims receive less attention because of fakers like this girl and her super awesome boyfriend. Gag.


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