LANCASTER, Texas - After receiving threatening calls from missing teen, Shavon Randle's phone police knew that she'd been taken against her will and was in grave danger. An Amber Alert was released immediately and Lancaster police went to work on bringing the 13 year-old home to her family.
So far four persons of interests have been located and two men arrested but Shavon is still missing. The family says they've been asked for ransom money. Via Dallas News:
Lancaster police and FBI agents arrested Devontae Owens and Laquon Wilkerson, two people identified as persons of interest after the disappearance of Shavon Le'Faye Randle.
Owens, 24, was booked into the Dallas County Jail around 5 p.m. Saturday on a charge of aggravated kidnapping. His bail amount has not been set.
Wilkerson was booked into the Tri-City Jail on aggravated kidnapping charges, according to KDFW-TV (Channel 4).
Officials are offering a $25,000 reward for information regarding the location of 19-year-old Michael Titus, another person of interest, and Shavon's safe return.
On Friday, police located Darius Fields, 26, and Laporshya Polley, 25, both identified as persons of interest in the case. They were taken into custody and questioned, according to police.
Police were also searching for a white four-door sedan with damage to the rear passenger side.
A tow truck took a car matching that description to the Lancaster Police Department about 2:30 a.m. Friday, KDFW-TV (Channel 4) reports.
Anyone with information about the girl's whereabouts is asked to call the FBI hotline at 800-225-5324 or Lancaster police at 972-218-2700.