UPDATE: Missing Harlan County teen found safe; man arrested

UPDATE: 1:34 PM 4/11/18- A missing Harlan County teen has been located and is safe.

16 year-old Caitlyn Bosley was located on April 10, 2018 by Det. Josh Howard of KSP Post 10 Harlan.

She had been missing since March 27, 2018.

Bosley was safely located in Charlotte, NC, taken into protective custody, and returned to her parents.

41 year-old Jonathan Stewart of Charlotte, NC, has been charged with kidnapping.

KSP intelligence analyst Chris Daniels with Post 10 Harlan was able to locate Stewart and Bosley through cell phone records and social media information.

It was determined that Stewart drove to Kentucky where he picked up Bosley and took her back to his home in North Carolina.

Detectives from Charlotte/Mecklenburg Police Department assisted KSP in locating Bosley and Stewart.

Stewart was served an arrest warrant and extradition order from Kentucky.

KSP is currently waiting for Stewart to be extradited back to Kentucky to face charges.

The case is still under investigation.

Stewart may face more charged pending further investigation.

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LOYALL, Ky. (WTVQ)- Authorities need your help locating a missing 16 year-old.

Kentucky State Police Post 10 Harlan received a call around 5 AM on March 27, 2018 regarding a missing 16-year-old girl from the Loyall community in Harlan County.

Troopers responded to 204 Wilkerson Street to investigate.

An initial investigation indicated that around Caitlyn Bosley was last seen by here mother at her home around 4 PM on March 26, 2018.

Bosley’s mother reports leaving the home to go to work and when she got home, Caitlyn was not there.

Caitlyn’s mother attempted to located her on her own, but had no luck and contacted KSP Post 10 to report her missing.

Caitlyn Bosley is described as a white 16 year old female last seen wearing a black hoodie, pants and black knee boots. She is 5’2’’ 105 pounds, blue eyes, and thin build.

At this time the case is still under investigation.

Anyone with information can contact Post 10 Harlan at 606-573-3131.

 

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