Friday, January 11, 2002

Missing girl returns home

By By Tom O'Neill
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A 16-year-old Loveland High School girl, missing since Tuesday, has been found at an Erlanger apartment. The man she was with has been charged in her disappearance.

        Robert Galloway, 37, was scheduled to be arraigned this morning in Kenton County. He faces charges including interference with custody. He is being held on $50,000 bond. Additional charges are pending in Hamilton County, police said. Mr. Galloway picked the girl up at the Symmes Township school on Tuesday.

        The girl was in good condition and has been returned to her family, the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office said Friday morning.

        Erlanger police found Mr. Galloway and the girl at an apartment in the 3100 block of Woodward Avenue.

        The girl left her school after telling school secretaries her father was picking her up for a doctor's appointment.

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