Missing Heights teen

Harker Heights teen Kamrion Broussard is listed on the Nation Center for Missing and Exploited Children website. Her profile was pulled when she was discovered in Houston.

HARKER HEIGHTS — A Harker Heights teen missing since early June was found safe, authorities and the family said Tuesday.

Houston Police Department found the teen, who has been missing since June 2, while responding to an alleged burglary, Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry said in a news release.

Contact Rachael Riley at rriley@kdhnews.com or 254-501-7553

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SoldierGirl

This young woman seems very troubled and not receptive to help. It wasn't mentioned in the article, but is she on drugs? I think it would be in the mother's best interest to have her institutionalized. If there are other kids in the home,I'd be willing to bet that this is taking away time and attention from them and the mother's ability to adequately provide for their well being . My advice to the mother......let go and let God.

SoldierGirl

This young woman seems very troubled. I think it would be in the mother's best interest to have her institutionalized. She doesn't seem receptive to help and if the mother has other children, this one is taking time and attention away from the mother ensuring their well being. My advice to the mother......let her go and let God.

Roody2

I assume they are not giving the name of the "boyfriend" because he is underage. Otherwise, they would be protecting a pedophile.

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