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1925 - By letter, Wyatt Earp beseeches his friend William S. Hart to portray him in a movie, to correct the "lies about me." Hart never did. [story]
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[KHTS] – The parents of a Saugus girl who have not seen their daughter for several days are asking for the community’s help in getting the missing teen home, according to Facebook posts.

Remi Rose Green, 16, of Saugus, was reported missing to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies on Feb. 4, after she didn’t come home Tuesday, officials said.

Remi, a Saugus High student, is 5-foot-3 with blond hair and blue eyes, according to a description in the report.

A relative reported her missing Wednesday. Green has run away before, and family members suspect she might be out with friends.

“She been hanging out with a grown man (known) as Linger. His real name is Kevyn Stone,” according to a post on the Facebook page SCV *ISO* In Search Of Group. “They have been seen out here and in the valley.”

Anyone who has information about her whereabouts is asked to call the Sheriff’s Station at 661-255-1121.

 

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  1. I looked up this guys FB and not to be judgmental but this guy looks super creepy.. And he’s a juggalo

  2. I looked up this guys FB and not to be judgmental but this guy looks super creepy.. And he’s a juggalo

  3. Hope she is found safely

  4. Hope she is found safely

  5. She’d better get her tail home quickly, before something bad happens!

  6. She’d better get her tail home quickly, before something bad happens!

  7. Aja Davee Aja Davee says:

    the suspects name is Kevyn Stone

  8. Aja Davee Aja Davee says:

    the suspects name is Kevyn Stone

  9. Teri Cuadros Teri Cuadros says:

    Praying for her safe and swift return

  10. Teri Cuadros Teri Cuadros says:

    Praying for her safe and swift return

  11. What a nightmare for the parents.

  12. What a nightmare for the parents.

  13. Betty Snell Betty Snell says:

    Please return this child!!! Shared.

  14. Betty Snell Betty Snell says:

    Please return this child!!! Shared.

  15. David Devlin David Devlin says:

    what in the world does a 15 year old girl have in common with a 23 year old man????

  16. Stephanie Markert this is Tatums sister!

  17. April Jansen April Jansen says:

    Shared! Positive thoughts and a safe return!

  18. Robyn Flath Robyn Flath says:

    runaway with the boyfriend, its obvious.

  19. Sally Rivera Sally Rivera says:

    Brianna Rivera Vince Rivera

  20. Teri Cuadros says:

    His real name is Kevin sarner Stone is a alias

  21. She’s been found. Posting update!

  22. The parents should post this up at the local truck stops. I pray they find her alive

  23. Update from family member:::::::

  24. May God protect her and bring her home safe soon.

  25. Read the posts… She’s safe and sounds, thank God

  26. Kenna Noelle Kenna Noelle says:

    Kevyn Sarner is his actuall real name. Not kevyn stone. He goes by this because he doesn’t want to be found.

  27. Oh no!! That’s horrible. I hope she is ok.

  28. Ugh, God’s speed for her safe return.

  29. Thank god she’s home

  30. Thank you Father for her safe return

  31. Summer Hynes Summer Hynes says:

    Elkie Whitmore oh thank god! So happy for your family!

  32. Carly Joseph Carly Joseph says:

    Thank goodness she is back home. I hope she realizes how much her family care for her and how little her so called friends don’t

  33. Lisa McDade Lisa McDade says:

    But she loves him! This isn’t over, Mom.

  34. GOD PLEASE keep her safe and get her back home

  35. Alison Stapf Alison Stapf says:

    I’m glad they found her and she got home safely…

  36. David Massey David Massey says:

    Home now? That’s good

  37. Hang in there mom and dad! Parenting a teen can be so hard and trying! I am glad she was found safe! Praise God for an “over exposure” of social media! It may have saved her life! Glad she is safe!

  38. Kenna Noelle Kenna Noelle says:

    And he likes to threaten people who tell the truth about him.

  39. I’m so glad she’s ok, and at home!!!!

  40. I hope you find her . I’ll be thinking of her safe return.prayers go out to your family.

  41. I’m so glad shes home , and not harm.Good
    Job to all those that help. Getting involve sometimes bring happy endings. God love you all for being there . Were not always so lucky . But having a community coming together to help in todays times, is wonderful . I grew up as a teenager in saugus in the 70’s . Alot has change there.

  42. Anne Hilton Anne Hilton says:

    Hoping being found safe helps her learn hard lesson…that being that she could be in great harm and not safe.

  43. Anne Hilton Anne Hilton says:

    Hoping being found safe helps her learn hard lesson…that being that she could be in great harm and not safe.

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