ALPHARETTA, Ga (CBS46) — A girl who was the subject of an AMBER Alert has been found, but the search continues for another who disappeared Saturday night and is believed to be with her father.
Desire Hall and Brooklyn Smith both left the “Main Event” in Alpharetta on Saturday. The 16-year old Hall was found around 4:15 a.m. early Wednesday morning.
Both teens were in supervisory control of Georgia DFACS, police says.
Police say they believe 13-year-old Brooklyn contacted her father, Steven Spires, to pick both of them up. They say there is a court order which prohibits any contact between Spires and his daughter.
Brooklyn Smith is 5’7″ and weighs 100 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a camouflaged Jacket and pants with a Florida Georgia band tee shirt and brown cowboy boots.
The Alpharetta Department of Public Safety is asking the public to help locate Smith. Please contact 911 if you are aware of her location. Their tipline is 678-297-6307.
Girl went missing about 6 months ago
In July of 2016, Brooklyn Smith went missing and, at the time was last reported seen with her father as well. The 12-year-old was located by law enforcement and taken into protective custody by Hall County DFACS after she went missing for more than a week.
The child’s father, Steven Spires, and his girlfriend, Carmen Clay, were arrested.