Nailla Robinson Found Safe

Nailla Robinson missing

Update: Philadelphia police say 5-year-old Nailla Robinson was found safe in Upper Darby early Tuesday morning, hours after she was abducted from Bryant Elementary school by an apparent stranger posing as the child’s mother.

Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood told Action News a man walking near 69th Street heard a child’s cries for help. He found the girl hiding under a jungle gym in a nearby park. She was wearing only a T-shirt in 30-degree temperatures.

Superintendent Michael Chitwood tells Action News, “The abducted little girl came running to him, screaming for help. All she had was a T-shirt on. And she said that she had run away from the people that had taken her.”

Nailla was taken to a local hospital to be evaluated for hypothermia, and to be reunited with her mother.

Nailla Robinson missing

The little girl had been missing since 9:00 a.m. Monday morning when a woman wearing Muslim garb entered her school and signed her out of class 5 minutes after her mother dropped her off.

Police say the woman introduced herself as “Tiffany,” but her signature in the school visitor log was illegible.

Nailla was discovered missing when a caretaker from an after school program arrived at the school at 3 p.m. to pick her up.

Police say school officials checked the log book and realized a child was signed out of the school Monday morning. School officials then called Naila’s parents.

An Amber Alert was issued Monday night by Philadelphia police and Mayor Michael Nutter posted a $10,000 reward for information leading to the girl’s safe return.

Nailla’s mother, Latifah Abdul-Rashid, told Action News the woman knew Nailla by name.

“A woman dressed in all black, all black gloves, niqab, and everything came in the school and went into my child’s classroom and told her teacher that she was me, her mother, and that she was taking her out to breakfast and Nailla was already signed out at the office and she took my child and left,” Latifah said.

Nailla’s regular teacher was off and a substitute teacher was working in her place.

The school district admits that basic security procedures already in place were violated by the school’s office staff who did not ask the woman for ID. Surveillance video shows the woman taking Nailla out of class at 8:50 a.m.

Nailla’s apparent abduction resulted in an outpouring of support and prayers from the public. But some observers are skeptical of the facts surrounding the girl’s disappearance.

Many believe Nailla knew her abductor, as evidenced by her willingness to leave with the woman.

“I don’t think that my child knew her. I think that my child thought that she was a familiar person because she was Muslim,” said Latifah Rashid, who herself is Muslim.

Police ask anyone with information on Nailla’s abductor to call 911.



 


89 Responses to “Nailla Robinson Found Safe”

  1. 1
    mayrenest says:

    How in the world did the SCHOOL not ask for identification before releasing this child?! Our school’s are suppose to be safe havens for our children, but yet situations as this happen. I am an EDUCATOR & I work with people who are oblivious to these kids! It’s scary that some of these people only want a check & the summer off work. I pray they find her safe and sound.

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    Unshakable says:

    On topic: My prayers go out to both her and her family. I pray that the Lord returns this child safe and unharmed. In the interim, I also pray for strength for the family throughout this ordeal. :pray:

    Sorta on topic: I wonder will this be the premier story on the news, CNN, or….wait for it…..Nancy Grace? I also wonder if the coverage will last for longer than 1/20th of a second. You know how “we” get treated. :rolleyes:

  3. 3
    Sandra Rose says:

    @ Unshakable: I agree. If Nailla was named Nancy Robinson with long flowing blond hair, this would be the lead off story on all network news channels.

  4. 4
    PassionateBeauty says:

    @mayrenest I agree.. The school did not ask for ID? This makes me sick to my stomach bc the situation is the same at my son school. It is one if the best public schools here yet you don’t need ID to pick up a child. I have brought this up several (and when I say several I mean every Thursday for the last 3 years) times and it still has not changed… I just don’t understand… I :pray: that she is found healthy and safe

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    Who Dat says:

    She is beautiful. OMG. And my ex husband just went OWF on my 8 year old school….he went up there to pick her up one Friday right before Xmas, all he said is he is her daddy. They sent her to the front desk; free to go. They aint ask him for jack! He asked to speak to the principal and lit into him. Parents be VIGILANT about our the safety of our BABIES.

    Find this angel God and return her to her family SAFE.

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    Avanti says:

    Prayers for her safety and timely return. I can’t imagine how her mom feels or how her teacher feels. This is crazy how people can walk into schools and pull stunts left and right. This had to be someone familiar with the child and her mother in order to know how to disguise herself and pull this off. I wonder if/when the child realized that wasn’t her mother.

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    Who Dat says:

    Her POOR mother. Ugh. I should not have watched. Hold on Latifah. They gonna find her.

    I feel so SICK. Like this is my baby :wail:

    good nite

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    Unshakable says:

    Auntie Sandy,

    Yes indeed. Watch and see how much coverage she gets. Probably very little outside the Black community. It’s a shame that we as a people are still crucified for not being them. Why is our value still determined by the color of our skin? I don’t think we’ll ever come out the dark ages….at least not in my lifetime. It’s too much like right. :shrug:

  9. 9
    Sunkissed404 says:

    My feelings are hurt. Have mercy Lord!

  10. 10
    AlluringlySweet says:

    She’s been found safe according to online news report out of Philly. They are offering a $10,000 reward for information.

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    Pickachu Tran says:

    I saw this on MSNBC this morning while I was getting ready for work. I :pray: she is found safe and well.

    That school should be ashamed of themselves for not checking that woman’s I.D. or for having proper security measures in place. I know in my son’s school you have to have an I.D. and it there will be other adults picking up your child it has to be signed and approved by the parent and put on file in the front office.

    When will these schools get it together :no:

  12. 12
    Mannie says:

    By Associated Press,
    Jan 15, 2013 11:13 AM EST

    AP Updated: Tuesday, January 15, 6:13 AM
    PHILADELPHIA — Police say a 5-year-old girl who was taken from a Philadelphia school has been found safe just outside the city.

    Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood says a man walking down the street early Tuesday heard cries for help and found Nailla Robinson hiding under a jungle gym in a nearby park. He says she’s been taken to the hospital to be checked out, but that she’s OK.

    Police say Robinson was taken Monday morning from the Bryant School in west Philadelphia. Police say the woman introduced herself as “Tiffany,” but her signature in the school visitor log was illegible.

    Police discovered that the girl was missing at about 3 p.m. Monday when a caretaker from the child’s after-school program came to pick her up.

    Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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    Pickachu Tran says:

    JUST READ THIS: Nailla has been found

    Upper Darby police Superintendent Michael Chitwood says a man walking down the street early this morning heard cries for help and found Nailla Robinson hiding under a jungle gym in a nearby park. He says she’s been taken to the hospital to be checked out, but that she’s OK.

    The investigation is continuing.

    Police say Robinson was taken Monday morning from the Bryant School in west Philadelphia. Police say the woman introduced herself as “Tiffany,” but her signature in the school visitor log was illegible.

    Police discovered that the girl was missing at about 3 p.m. Monday when a caretaker from the child’s after-school program came to pick her up.

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    Afiya says:

    OH NO, my home town, I :pray: they find her safe! :(

  15. 15
    Afiya says:

    OH Thank Heaven!! :phew:

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    Miany says:

    Thank god they found that baby!
    Hopefully this inspires change.

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    kingstonn says:

    this is crazy!
    here, you have to have some type of Identification AND be on the student’s file in order to pick up a kid. my mom has me on all my brothers’ files and trust me, the school questions me to a T before they even go get ‘em out of class. they ask you what address they live on, they have to have a picture of you, ALL THAT! i was told a divorced parent tried to come get their kid and they didn’t let ‘em cause they weren’t on the list. so something ain’t right with this story.. :think:

  18. 18

    Thank you Heavenly Father for keeping this baby protected! :pray:

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    Breezy says:

    Situations like this make me not want to have kids because I can’t imagine the pain of that mother and how I would feel if this happened to me. There are really some sick ass people in this world. You can’t even take your kid to school without worrying about being kidnapped or shot now a days smh.

    Either somebody at that school did not follow protocol or the rules need to be changed asap. Sh*t is real!!

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    LadieLeo says:

    Thank God this little girl was found safe! Blessings to the man who heard her cries and did not ignore her.

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    KABYEYOU says:

    Can you imagine the feeling her mother had when she got that call, man

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    Sandra Rose says:

    Who Dat says:

    Her POOR mother. Ugh. I should not have watched. Hold on Latifah. They gonna find her.
    ________________

    Not so fast, KDub. I think the girl’s mother was in on this from the start. This was a planned abduction. The woman walked into the school 5 minutes after Nailla’s mother dropped her off? Clearly she wasn’t worried that Latifah would forget something and return to the school. And who drops off a child at 8:45 and returns 5 minutes later to sign the kid out of school for breakfast? I’m not buying this story. :nono:

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    Pickachu Tran says:

    How you gone give the people a payroll tax holiday then take it back :mad: NOW they done froze federal pay rates for another 4 years!!!! But Congress will make sure to get the pay raise every year fuggin crooks ALL OF THEM!!! :shotsfired:

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    Sandra Rose says:

    AlluringlySweet says:

    She’s been found safe according to online news report out of Philly.
    _____________

    Thanks, hun. I woke up this morning and read your comment. That’s how I knew she was found.

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    J Said it! says:

    I’m not convinced …. can’t wait for the truth! Why would a woman in garb pick the child up .. this woman was either mom or knows naillah.. no stranger would walk in a Philly school and randomly tell staff a child’s name for pick up.. how did she know what child to ask for..

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    Sandra Rose says:

    KABYEYOU says:

    Can you imagine the feeling her mother had when she got that call, man
    __________________

    I’m pretty sure she already knew, :coffee:

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    Sandra Rose says:

    J Said it! says:

    I’m not convinced …. can’t wait for the truth! Why would a woman in garb pick the child up .. this woman was either mom or knows naillah.. no stranger would walk in a Philly school and randomly tell staff a child’s name for pick up.. how did she know what child to ask for..
    _________________

    I think she was mom, too. Or someone familiar to the family. The fact that the woman is Muslim is no coincidence.

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    kingstonn says:

    @ Sandra
    :huh:
    what do you think was her motive? this story just has way too many holes. poor baby was only in her shirt :wail:

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    luVn_liFe... says:

    Thank You Lord,This little girl Was Found! My Heart goes out to this little Girl.
    Good Morning Sandra :eggs:
    And Roses and Thorns :wave:

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    Miany says:

    kingstonn says:

    @ Sandra

    what do you think was her motive? this story just has way too many holes. poor baby was only in her shirt
    ^%^^What’s that Kingstonn? She was found wearing only a shirt?? smdh..People make me sick.

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    rozb says:

    @Sandra:

    I have a friend that I helped when her son was in pre-school. Sometimes I took him to school in the morning when she had to be at work earlier than normal or picked him up if duty kept him late (active duty Navy). But before I could do this, I had to go to the school with her, show my ID, fill out paperwork with all my info, and make sure I went to designated areas they showed me to drop him off and pick him up. And the list to be able to do this for a parent was very, very short.

    This should be the norm, whether the front desk staff and teachers are regular or not. Don’t they show substitute teachers/staff the rules and procedures in these schools?

  32. 32
    free says:

    all the security procedures in the world MEAN NOTHING if you don’t follow them. the fact that people in elementary school just let folks come in and TAKE your damn child ENRAGES ME!

    they had a whole day to get away with that girl. thank you God for mercy.

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    rozb says:

    I agree with Sandra that this story sounds suspicious. However, I think the girl messed up the plan by getting found that way. What would be the motivation – custody? Sympathy?

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    luVn_liFe... says:

    Just finished reading the ArTicle . .
    1.What a Coincidence there was a substitute teacher . .

    2.This child didnt hesitate or ask during the process of being signed out who this woman was OR Where IS Her MOM?

    3.Most important you mean to DAMN TELL ME,THEY SIGN STUDENTS OUT RIGHT AT THE CLASSROOM,ONE DOESNT GO THRU THE FRONT OFFICE.

    4.And this STRANGER Just Knew this lil girls Classroom???

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    Milky says:

    Yeah something doesnt sound right with this story. Clearly the little left with this person and wasn’t scared. I dont know what they were trying to do, but I think someone should pay really close attention to this child and her family.

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    Miany says:

    @Free, I agree! I believe all schools have pick up/ drop off procedures, the staff needs to follow the protocol.

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    Milky says:

    :wave:
    luvn
    rozb
    free
    sandra
    miany
    kinstonn
    jsaidit
    dtts :kiss:
    pickachu
    ladieleo
    whew im tired now! and good morning to all the other roses, weeds, and lurkers!

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    NaijaGal says:

    so we went from feeling for the mother to making her part of the conspiracy Sandra? gotta love humans…anyway glad the little girl has been found safe…mad Nancy Grace won’t cover the story but turn around and say the mom was part of the plot…yay

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    luVn_liFe... says:

    WHY WAs this baby Naked? Was she Sexually assualted :( I Pray NO.
    This is a damn Shame!!

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    Milky says:

    @naija :kiss: hey bew how r u doin today?

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    FuturedocDonte says:

    Parents teach your kids to kick scream :karate: whatever when someone they don’t know is trying to whisk them away somewhere. No blame on baby girl, but she walked away with someone in a Burkett

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    luVn_liFe... says:

    MILKY :kiss:
    NAIJa :happy: Hey lady U snowed in??
    rozb
    free
    sandra
    miany
    kinstonn
    jsaidit
    dtts
    pickachu
    ladieleo
    MORNTING roses . . . :yahoo:

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    free says:

    i think a five year old would probably go head on with someone in muslim garb. i don’t think that’s suspicious.

    but if you think it was the mom, i just don’t know why somebody would do this and the fact they probably raped or molested her….

    lawd, lawd, lawd, this world is just getting crazier.

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    free says:

    i meant to say if she was familiar with muslims…. or maybe not. these abductors talk a good game. that’s why they’re successful at what they do.

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    Milky says:

    off topic: my was almost carjacked yesterday. she pulled up to a beauty supply and a crackhead jumped in her backseat and told her “Bish get out of the car”. She was so nervous tryin to get out the seatbealt that she noticed he didnt have a weapon, he grabbed her and she jumped out with her keys and purse. He took her purse, but she was screamin and cryin and some guys at a nearby gas station pursued the guy beat his azz and he kept screamin “Dont kill me” the guys was like u werent worried about it when u was tryin to still this womans car”.. Big ups to the men that caught him and beat the crap out of him. Sorry for the long story. SUCH A SHAME!!

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    Milky says:

    #my aunt

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    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    Good Morning Yall! :kiss:

    My daughter school is allllways over protective and I like it. After you sign in on paper, you sign in electronically. If your name isn’t in that database you can’t get the kid. Then they ask for ID. When your student come into the office, they ask the student, “Who is this?” the child will say who it is and they write it next to the paper you sign. Cobb County is a mess! :rofl:

  48. 48
    Nakeya_j says:

    This whole story was crazy. I live around the corner where she was found…my sons school is up the street…just a shame. And whomever let this woman sign her out and not ask for one form of I.D. needs to be fired. I’m so glad she was found alive and is with her parents.

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    rozb says:

    Hey alla y’all! :egg: What is on everybody’s breffas plate this mornin’?

    Enjoying my last week of freedom – I go back to work next week!!!! :happy:

  50. 50
    Milky says:

    :wave:
    nakeya
    rozb (i will have a blt pls)
    wut :kiss:

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    Miany says:

    Morning All!!! Luvn, Milky :waves:
    Too soon for me to assume mom was involved. If someone were watching the school for a victim they would’ve noticed the normal drop off time and the fact that the mom dresses in traditional muslim attire. It can’t be that hard to grab a child when the STAFF DOESN’T FOLLOW SAFETY PROCEDURES.

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    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    Milky says:

    off topic: my was almost carjacked yesterday. she pulled up to a beauty supply and a crackhead jumped in her backseat and told her “Bish get out of the car”. She was so nervous tryin to get out the seatbealt that she noticed he didnt have a weapon, he grabbed her and she jumped out with her keys and purse. He took her purse, but she was screamin and cryin and some guys at a nearby gas station pursued the guy beat his azz and he kept screamin “Dont kill me” the guys was like u werent worried about it when u was tryin to still this womans car”.. Big ups to the men that caught him and beat the crap out of him. Sorry for the long story. SUCH A SHAME!!
    —————————
    Beat him sober huh :rofl: Some dummy tried to pull off with my ex’s ride while he went into the store to get gas…prollem was…it was a stick! :steer: Nigga didn’t make it out of first gear! It kept cutting off. By the time my ex got out there he had jumped out the car…young fella got his ass toe off too! :coffee:

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    Miany says:

    ”.. Big ups to the men that caught him and beat the crap out of him. Sorry for the long story. SUCH A SHAME!!
    ^^^^ Thank god she’s ok. Kudos to the dudes who decided to whoop his @$$

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    Nakeya_j says:

    J Said it! says:

    I’m not convinced …. can’t wait for the truth! Why would a woman in garb pick the child up .. this woman was either mom or knows naillah.. no stranger would walk in a Philly school and randomly tell staff a child’s name for pick up.. how did she know what child to ask for..
    —-
    I hear you, but I can’t tell you how many time I have walked into my childs school, never went to the front office and went straight to his classroom to get him. And not one soul in there asked one question.

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    rozb says:

    @Milky: I am glad your aunt is okay to be able to tell the story! Crackheads can get out of pocket, and ain’t so funny when they sneaking and stealing your stuff and messing with your family. He deserved every second of that butt whipping! :spank:

    Did they let him go or turn his crazy behind in to the police?

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    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says:

    Miany says:

    Morning All!!! Luvn, Milky
    Too soon for me to assume mom was involved. If someone were watching the school for a victim they would’ve noticed the normal drop off time and the fact that the mom dresses in traditional muslim attire. It can’t be that hard to grab a child when the STAFF DOESN’T FOLLOW SAFETY PROCEDURES
    ——————–
    :yes: If they would have done their jobs.. this would not have ever happened period…

  57. 57
    Milky says:

    Pls my beautiful roses be careful because some cars when you put it in park the doors unlock!

  58. 58
    Nakeya_j says:

    Morning Everyone! Hey Milky

  59. 59
    LadieLeo says:

    Morning Milky and Luv :waves:

    Morning to everyone one else :grill:

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    rozb says:

    @Milky: I thought perhaps you were making breakfast…umm… :kona:

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    FuturedocDonte says:

    @milky I’m glad to here ur fam is ok.

    I’m wondering if I’m going to do some actual work today :coffee:

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    luVn_liFe... says:

    I’m wondering if I’m going to do some actual work today
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>DONTE WE R HERE<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

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    NaijaGal says:

    @MILKY :kiss: morning dear…glad your aunt is ok

    @LUV N :happy: I feel like it’s bee a long time since I fonted you :hug:

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    Milky says:

    Did they let him go or turn his crazy behind in to the police?

    ____________________________________
    they turned him in to the police. they wasnt letting his azz go. they tasered him and everything.

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    ArabianNights says:

    Such a sad story. I work at CHOP, she is/was here for evaluation. As a parent it makes me angry this could happen. My heart goes out to her. Too young to have to go through it. The fact they found her with nothing but a t-shirt really breaks my heart. The thought of what she could have endured in one night sickens me. No trial, put them under the jail.

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    NaijaGal says:

    they canceled Shawty Lo’s show…people do too much…let that man be and breed

  67. 67
    luVn_liFe... says:

    @NaiJa . . :kiss: Gal I Been Working,About caught up around here!

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    MSVALLDAY says:

    Thank you lord for allowing this child to be found safe.

  69. 69
    luVn_liFe... says:

    So TLC Caved in,But I READ that it was just a one episode show :think:

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    NaijaGal says:

    :newpost: is up

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    Sandra Rose says:

    kingstonn says:

    what do you think was her motive?
    ________________

    The love of money is the root of all evil. :coffee:

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    Sandra Rose says:

    @ rozb: I agree with you. The school was wrong. But thank goodness this case turned out well. The school will now tighten up their security and reeducate their staff.

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    Unapologetic says:

    GOD IS GOOD!!!

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    Str8tUpMenace says:

    I’m glad she was found safe, but I :pray: she wasn’t harmed in any way.

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    Sandra Rose says:

    Milky says:

    Big ups to the men that caught him and beat the crap out of him.
    _______________

    I’m surprised that men actually stepped up. Were they black?

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    Sandra Rose says:

    Miany says:

    If someone were watching the school for a victim they would’ve noticed the normal drop off time and the fact that the mom dresses in traditional muslim attire.
    _________________

    And she just happened to have her muslim attire on, too?

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    Sandra Rose says:

    @ ArabianNights: Did you see her? Was she sexually assaulted? That poor child out in 30-degree weather with nothing but a t-shirt on. :cry:

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    Crickett says:

    This wasn’t randopm, she wanted that child. When in Rome do what the Romans do-why not dress like the mother? All I want to know is why the child had on just a tshirt? No panties? where were her clothes- what did the child say?

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    Crickett says:

    Sold to sex slaves?? were they American Black Muslims or something else?

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    free says:

    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says: Cobb County is a mess!

    ************************

    i love it though!! i like how they ask the child who it is. that’s the best way to combat a child walking out with someone they don’t know.

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    Nakeya_j says:

    The news here did not say the child was sexually assualted. smh. And I am praying she was not!

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    Nakeya_j says:

    free says:

    WUT U TALKIN BOUT?! says: Cobb County is a mess!

    ************************

    i love it though!! i like how they ask the child who it is. that’s the best way to combat a child walking out with someone they don’t know.
    —–
    I wish they did that here. A dag on shame.

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    Nakeya_j says:

    They are haveing a press conference at 10 a.m. here about the girl. Let’s hope they caught who did this.

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    WorkInProgress says:

    Thank you God for protecting this lil angel. :pray: that we have more outcomes like this.

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    Nakeya_j says:

    having*

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    ArabianNights says:

    Sandra Rose says:

    @ ArabianNights: Did you see her? Was she sexually assaulted? That poor child out in 30-degree weather with nothing but a t-shirt on. :cry:
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    I didn’t not see her personally, no. But there were lots of camera crews here. I haven’t been downstairs or outside since I got in though to check to see if they are still here. I believe it was her family in the atrium (lobby) area downstairs when I came in this morning. I don’t know if she was/wasn’t sexual assaulted. Besides, I’d probably lose my job disclosing her personal health information even if I did know. Praying she wasn’t.

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    ImSuchaLady says:

    This is really a school issue. I know, I had the same fear put in my heart with my daughter. I sent her to school as usual and at 245pm, my niece called me and told me my daughter didn’t get off the bus. I said, you go to the next street stop the bus and go down the aisle until you get to the back and see if she just fell asleep. I’m on my way home. I headed back to my city, and my niece is hysterical because my daughter wasn’t on the bus. I hit the police station, I have tons of pictures of my daughter in my phone. They asked about my child’s father, I told them he wasn’t here but I called him to be sure. Because I lived in one city and the school was in another, that brought in two cities worth of cops, and both principals. We checked her school top to bottom, all the buses that go to her school and I was really about to break down. When low and behold one of the policemen gets a call about an abandoned child at a daycare. They patch the call through and it’s my child. The daycare had picked up my child from the school and didn’t “realize” that she wasn’t registered there any more. Her teacher had an emergency and had left her old school plan so the subsitute put her on the daycare bus instead of the bus to take her home. Needless to say, when I got to that daycare I went all the way AWF, not off. You had my child for close to 4 hours and didn’t realize that she was not registered. But all’s well that ends well, so I can’t be mad any more.

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    Yardgirl says:

    ImSuchalady says:

    This is really a school issue. I know, I had the same fear put in my heart with my daughter. I sent her to school as usual and at 245pm, my niece called me and told me my daughter didn’t get off the bus. I said, you go to the next street stop the bus and go down the aisle until you get to the back and see if she just fell asleep. I’m on my way home. I headed back to my city, and my niece is hysterical because my daughter wasn’t on the bus. I hit the police station, I have tons of pictures of my daughter in my phone. They asked about my child’s father, I told them he wasn’t here but I called him to be sure. Because I lived in one city and the school was in another, that brought in two cities worth of cops, and both principals. We checked her school top to bottom, all the buses that go to her school and I was really about to break down. When low and behold one of the policemen gets a call about an abandoned child at a daycare. They patch the call through and it’s my child. The daycare had picked up my child from the school and didn’t “realize” that she wasn’t registered there any more. Her teacher had an emergency and had left her old school plan so the subsitute put her on the daycare bus instead of the bus to take her home. Needless to say, when I got to that daycare I went all the way AWF, not off. You had my child for close to 4 hours and didn’t realize that she was not registered. But all’s well that ends well, so I can’t be mad any more.

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    THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT!!!^^^^^ :applause: If we wait for the police and media to act on our missing children, we would be waiting and wasting precious time. You did the right thing and that is what I would have done too. Glad your baby was found safe and sound!!

    Thank you Jesus for that little Nailla was found, who knows what happened during the abduction, but all we can do is pray for her :pray:

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    BayMami_de4 says:

    Thank God she was found.

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