Amber Alert Canceled after teen found in North Carolina
By WSLS Staff
Dustin Shaver, 15, was reported missing Saturday
UPDATE --- Pittsylvania County deputies have confirmed that three people have been charged in the abduction of a local teen.
The suspects are Denise Michelle Shaver -- the teen's biological mother, Kayla Michelle Hoy and Kevin Scott Parrish. All three have been charged with abduction, and await the extradition process.
Law enforcement found Dustin Wade Shaver, 15, and the suspects in Benson, NC. The Amber Alert has been canceled.
The teen is safe.
Deputies say they are not releasing any more information at this time.
Pittsylvania County (WSLS) - Virginia State Police issued an Amber Alert for 15-year old Dustin Shaver Saturday night.
He is believed to be in extreme danger and was last seen at a home in the 300 block of Pannell Drive in Hurt, VA (Pittsylvania County) in the early morning hours of Monday, July 7. The sheriff's office said he spent the night with an approved guardian the night prior to his disappearance.
The teen is described as 5 feet 5 inches tall, weighing 130 lbs, with blue eyes and straight brown hair, wearing white t-shirt, blue / brown shorts pants, black / blue Adidas tennis shoes shoes.
Police believe the teen may be with:
-Denise Shaver, 39 years old, described as 5 feet, 7 inches tall, 223 lbs, blue eyes, brown hair (Dustin's biological mother) -Kevin Parrish, 24 years old, described as 5 feet, 10 inches, 180 lbs, hazel eyes, blonde hair - Kayla Hoy
They may be traveling in 1995 green Jeep with a tag number VAC 5770.
Call 434-432-7803 or 911 if seen. You can also submit tips online at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office issued a missing persons alert on Wednesday for the teen. Investigators from The Pittsylvania County Sheriff's Office say they have followed up on numerous leads during the investigation.
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