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SC ALEXANDRA EDMONDS & SON: Missing from Conway, SC - 16 Feb 2018 - Age 23 & 1 month *Found Safe*

Discussion in 'Located/Resolved' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Feb 20, 2018.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    Search Underway for Missing Horry County Infant, Mother


    A person called police and said the woman, Alexandra Edmonds and her 1-month-old baby, has been living with them for about a month after leaving "a bad situation in Georgia with the infants biological father," according to a police report.

    According to the report, the woman and her child were dropped off on Friday, Feb. 16, at the DSS office in Conway, S.C., and then got a ride from there for Edmonds to look for a possible job.

    The woman has not been heard from since being dropped off at DSS, according to the person who called police.

    "The mother does have a history with drug use & the infant does have some type of medical issue that has required hospital treatment multiple times since birth. The complainant stated that the infant has been taken to the hospital twice since birth due to him stopping to breathe," the report stated.

    Edmonds could be heading back to Georgia, according to the person who called police.


    Search Underway for Missing Horry County Infant, Mother

    Alexandra Edmonds and her son were last seen Friday morning near the DSS building in Conway, where she was dropping off some paperwork, according to Horry County police. While there, Edmonds reportedly took a ride from an unknown person to take her to look for a possible job, police say.

    According to a police report, Edmonds reportedly moved to Horry County to get away from a "bad situation" in Georgia with her child's father. While she does not have any friends or family in the area other than her roommate, Edmonds does have a history of drug use, the report says.

    The infant has some sort of medical condition, which has required hospital treatment "multiple times" since birth, according to the report.


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