Missing Arizona Woman Walks Into Police Station To Clear Her Name In Havre Montana
Details about an Arizona woman who has been missing for nearly four years have surfaced in Montana.
According to the Havre Police Department, Alicia Navarro walked into their Station this past Sunday morning at 11:00 am and stated that she wanted to clear her status.
It was determined she was reported missing in Glendale, Arizona, just days before her 15th birthday on September 15, 2019.
Fox 10 Pheonix news reported that Navarro is a high-functioning autistic teen who left her home in the middle of the night over three years ago.
According to the Glendale Arizona Police Department, this comes after they received thousands of leads in this case.
You can view Alicia Navarro's conversation with the police in the link below.
She was 14 at the time of her disappearance.
Police say she seemed fine and in good health. For more on this story, visit us online.
From the Havre Montana Police Department News Release
The Havre Police would like the thank Chief Briggs for all of the assistance, resources and the outstanding team of professionals he has sent to Havre, MT. The team of officers that arrived are truly professionals and Chief Briggs should be very proud of their professionalism and dedication to this case over the last several years. The Havre Police would also like to thank all the other law enforcement agencies, FBI, and the U.S. Marshals that are assisting in the investigation.