Most Shared

WHAM13 - Search Results

The following is an archived video story. The text content of that video story is available below for reference. The original video has been deleted and is no longer available.

Greece teen arraigned, released to mom

Greece, N.Y. -- A teenager believed missing has been charged with grand larceny and released to her mother.

16-year-old Cassidy Geffert left a blood stained note in her Greece home early Monday. The note indicated that she was in danger, and led police to believe that struggle had taken place.

This prompted authorities to send out an AMBER Alert, which was sent to many local cell phones. Read more on emergency alerts here.

A short time after Geffert's disappearance, Greece Police determined that it was not an abduction. Geffert's car was spotted at the Econo Lodge in Brockport. She was alone and uninjured. Items purchased from Walmart and directions to Myrtle Beach were found near the car

Police believe the teen acted alone and she was arrested for possession of a stolen hand gun.

"She has been release to her mother's custody with a variety of conditions including electronic home monitoring, any weapons in the house must be surrendered, she has a curfew, apparently she has a final tomorrow that she has to take and she'll be getting a mental health evaluation," said Assistant District Attorney Karin Intermill.

Geffert will attend her final day of exams at school tomorrow. She is expected back in court Thursday.

 
Advertise with us!

Contests

Washington Times