Update on Tenisha Cantrell: 9/25/2017
LOUISA POLICE CHIEF SAYS TEEN MAY BE IN W.VA.
“In reference to the missing teen, we have gotten several tips that she is in West Virginia. All information and tips has been forwarded to the proper authorities in that jurisdiction.”
–Chief Greg Fugitt
Tenisha Cantrell’s parents are still diligently looking for their daughter who has been missing since Sept. 8, 2017.
“We have heard rumors of her whereabouts and if she is with someone over the legal age, they will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” William “Cricket” Cantrell of the Point section in Louisa said about his daughter’s disapperence.
She went missing on Sept. 8th between 12:30 – 3:00 a.m, she is now 16 years of age, but was still 15 when she went missing according to her mother, Elissa Childers.
If anyone has any information about the whereabouts of this young lady, please contact your local law enforcement or her family at 606-571-0392.
Louisa police chief Greg Fugitt, who put out the first alert that Tenisha was missing, did not immediately answer requests for comment.