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NJ AVIANA WEAVER: Missing from Mount Holly, NJ - 12 Sept 2019 - Age 17 *Found Safe*

Discussion in 'Located/Resolved' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Sep 22, 2019.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    New Jersey mom believes missing teen daughter may be victim of human trafficking


    According to Facebook posts, a New Jersey mom is worried her missing 17-year-old daughter may be a victim of human trafficking.

    Aviana Weaver, 17, was last seen in Mount Holly, New Jersey on September 12, according to authorities. She later spoke to her mother via cell phone on September 15.

    According to police, there is reason to believe Weaver may be in Philadelphia.

    Anyone with information on Weaver's whereabouts is asked to call 911.


    Missing New Jersey teen’s photos show up on sex trafficking websites

    A New Jersey mom desperately searching for her 17-year-old daughter is now beside herself — after authorities told her this week that the teen’s photo is showing up on sex trafficking websites, according to a new report.

    “We have pornography pictures and my daughter looked completely upset and unhappy in these photos,” Angelica Scarlett told the station. “[Investigators] believe she is in danger being held against her will. She’s 17 and she looks upset.”

    Scarlett was tipped off that her daughter might be near Broad Street and Erie Avenue in Philadelphia, and scoured the area with police officers on bikes, she told the outlet.

    “People think they saw her in the area on Wednesday,” Scarlett told the station. “We were there until 1 a.m. [Thursday], but no luck.”

    The teen’s phone was last pinged in West Philadelphia and has since been shut off, her mom told the outlet.

    “That failed,” she said. “Her phone was there but they’re changing her number constantly. She doesn’t have her phone anymore. They’re using flip phones or burner phones or something.”

    Scarlett told the station she received a text from a number that wasn’t her daughter’s, saying Aviana would be home soon for school and that she loved her.

    “She’s never done this before,” Scarlett told the station. “This is her senior year. She went to school for the first few days and then disappeared. She missed an eye doctor appointment. She doesn’t have any clothes. This is not like her. She hasn’t been known to be on any drugs. We don’t have family or friends in Philadelphia. It’s completely out of character and scary.”


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    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    ’The streets can’t have my daughter,’ says N.J. mom in desperate plea to find her missing girl

    A New Jersey mother who fears her missing daughter was the victim of sex trafficking pleaded for help to find the teen Saturday, writing “the streets can’t have my daughter!” in a desperate call for answers.

    In a series of social media messages, Aviana’s mother Angelica Scarlett said investigators discovered photos of the teen on sex trafficking websites.

    “We have pornography pictures and my daughter looked completely upset and unhappy in these photos,” Scarlett said an interview with NJ 101.5. Police "believe she is in danger being held against her will. She’s 17 and she looks upset.”

    Authorities have not released any details about possible human trafficking or other circumstances of the case.

    “I will be there everyday on the street until she is home !!! I won’t stop – Share let’s get her !!! Someone knows something !! Speak she is a minor and in danger !!,” Angelica Scarlett wrote on Facebook Saturday.

    “I’m not playing the streets can’t have my daughter !!!!!,” one of anguished posts said.

    “The Westampton Twp Police Department is working closely with several agencies attempting to locate Aviana,” Chief Stephen Ent said in a statement.

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  4. Paradise

    Paradise Media Mod


    Updated 12 minutes ago
    Missing New Jersey teen Aviana Weaver was found safe on September 23, 2019.
    WESTAMPTON, New Jersey (WPVI) -- A missing New Jersey teen whose mom suspected she may be a victim of human trafficking has been found safe, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office.

    Authorities say Aviana Weaver was found safe in Philadelphia on Monday.

    Aviana's mother, Angelica Scarlett, says her daughter left their Westampton home on September 11 and said she was going to a friend's house but never returned. She believed her daughter is the victim of human trafficking.

    "We've seen photos of her on human trafficking websites, so we do have proof that she is in danger and something bad has happened to her. This is completely out of character for her," Scarlett told Action News Sunday night.

    Aviana's search is gaining national attention thanks to social media. Several celebrities have posted messages using the hashtag #bringavianahome.

    Aviana is in the process of being reunited with her family.


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