NORCROSS – (WAOK/AJC) – A 14 year old girl missing from south Georgia, which led to a Levi’s call over the weekend, has been found safe in Norcross. Police say Griselda Cibrian was reported missing Saturday, after they say she took off with a 24 year old man she’d met on line. That man, Raymondo Aranda-Parra is now in custody and charged with statutory rape and inteference with child custody. Investigators say Cibrian had started a relationship with Aranda-Parra through an internet chat line. They say the two had been together before, when the suspect drove to her home in Glenville, but say they believe this is the first occasion where the two left town together. Police say Cibrian called her parents Sunday, telling them she wanted to come home. Her father then contacted the GBI, which was able to locate the teen and convince her to surrender. She’s been reunited with her family.
Missing S Georgia Teen Found Safe In Metro Atlanta
November 12, 2012 6:42 PM