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A boyfriend and family charged with harboring runaway


Three people have been charged with harboring a teenaged runaway from Cannon Township.

On August 14, the Kent County Sheriff Department asked for the public’s assistance to find 16-year-old Joanna Henry, of Cannon Township. She had left her residence on August 7, and it was reported she suffered from bi-polar/depression and could be without her medication.

On August 17, police reported that she was found safe.

On August 20, the Kent County Prosecutor’s Office charged Joanna’s boyfriend, the boyfriend’s mother, and the boyfriend’s mother’s sister with Harboring a Runaway in connection with this case. The names are currently being withheld pending arrest. Harboring a runaway is a misdemeanor charge with a penalty of one year and/or $500 fine (MCL 722.151).

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