Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Frankman

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Park County Sheriff’s Office
PO Box 604
Fairplay, CO 80440
719-836-2494
Sheriff Tom McGraw


PRESS RELEASE

July 8, 2019

The Park County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating two runaway juveniles that left the area of Mount Evans Boulevard in Pine Junction on July 7, 2019, at 10:00PM. The two juveniles are not related but were staying together in a therapeutic foster care home for treatment of significant mental health issues. They are not considered a danger to the public.

The missing teens are Emma Stokes, age 16, 5’05” 110 lbs. with dark blonde frosted hair and Anna Frankman, age 16, 5’05” 110 lbs. with long brown hair. Emma was wearing a navy blue hoodie with red print and jeans. Anna was wearing a gray hoodie and jeans. If anyone has seen them or has any information as to their whereabouts, please contact the Park County Dispatch Center at 719-836-4121 option 5.


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Last edit: 08 Jul 2019 16:55 by MountainTownAlerts.
08 Jul 2019 16:50 #1
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Here is a flyer for sharing on your social media pages, if you can please:
09 Jul 2019 15:13 #2
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Replied by elkcreekgeek on topic Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Fran

Any word?
10 Jul 2019 20:19 #3

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Replied by ScienceChic on topic Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Fran

Nothing yet elkcreekgeek. The families of both girls are from out of state, making the search more difficult since they have to travel here and are not familiar with the area. A GoFundMe has been organized to help them with their costs to search - billboards, flyers, hotels, etc.

A Facebook Group has been set up for friends and family to share information and to organize search parties. They are planning on going out this weekend if anyone would like to join.
Pray for Emma
From Aaron Gage, the admin of the group:

Many folks have asked about coming up to the Denver area to help pass out fliers and look for Emma and Anna. HERE ARE THE DETAIL:

Our one and only meeting spot will be:

Cabela’s (parking lot)
10670 Cabela Dr
Lone Tree, CO 80124

-Cabela’s is located just south of the city of Denver. I’d encourage folks who fly or drive in to look up this address on a map and find a hotel close by this area.

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PLANNED WEEKEND SCHEDULE:

✅ Friday July 12th, 5pm (local time):
• Meet in the parking lot of Cabela’s. We will gather to pray, discuss the weekend schedule and hand our fliers.

✅ Saturday July 13th, 9am (local time):
• Meet in the parking lot of Cabela’s. We will hand out maps and assign teams to search different areas around Denver. We will discuss what time to meet back at Cabela’s that evening.

✅ Sunday July 14th, 9am (local time)
• Meet in the parking lot of Cabela’s. We will again hand out maps and assign teams to search different areas around Denver. We will discuss what time to meet back at Cabela’s that evening.

✅ Monday July 15th - Folks can make plans to head home.

NOTE: If you are planning on coming please COMMENT under this post

The flyer they designed and have been passing out along the corridor:
The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

Your scars exist, but it’s your courage that defines you. ~Nalini Singh
11 Jul 2019 15:24 #4
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Replied by Mountain-News-Events on topic Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Fran

Search intensifies for Texas teenager missing in Colorado
By Staff |
Posted: Fri 2:07 PM, Jul 12, 2019

PARK COUNTY, Colo. (KWTX) The search intensified Friday for a teenage girl from Sherman who’s missing in Colorado.

[Emma] Stokes' family says the teen had been in Colorado for two weeks before running away with 16-year-old Anna Frankman, 16, who is also from out of state.

The two teens were in what the family described as an intense mental health therapy program at the Institute for Attachment and Child Development in Littleton when they left the home in which they were staying.

A search, which included a K9 team, led officers to a state highway, but there the trail ended.

Friday morning, there was a report the two girls had been spotted in Conifer, Colo., southwest of Denver.

Stokes’ parents are in Denver and appealing to residents for help.

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12 Jul 2019 18:15 #5
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Replied by MountainTownAlerts on topic Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Fran

New flyer, upgraded to Endangered Missing. There's another flyer attached at the bottom of this post, it includes additional photos of the pair.


Pray For Anna Frankman Facebook Page

From Billy McDonald in the Pray For Emma Group:


I've decided to make these shirts to help raise awareness for the girls. Shirts are $4 each +tax, more for 2x and up Shipping adds $5. All proceeds after production costs will be donated to the GoFundMe's,if you're local you can select in store pickup when you checkout, i'm planning on running this until Thursday the 18th at 2pm. Printing on the 19th and shipping out on the 22nd . If you choose in store pickup you can come Monday as well. ALSO if you don't want to use the online store you can come by my business at 213 E. Lamar Downtown Sherman, and place your order in person. The link is below to order shirts if you are interested!
Mac's Shirts and More
Shirt color is a little darker than the sample it's Jade Dome

macsshirtshop.com/

Some of the more recent news coverage:
LOCAL GIRL REPORTED MISSING AND ENDANGERED IN COLORADO
By Journal Staff , Idaho State Journal | 12 hrs ago

A local teen is one of two girls who ran away from a therapeutic foster home in Colorado and have been listed as missing.

The Park County, Colorado, Sheriff's Office said Frankman and Stokes, both age 16, were being treated at the foster home for "significant mental health issues" when they ran away together. The foster home is affiliated with the Institute for Attachment and Child Development in Littleton, Colorado.

Authorities said the girls are not a danger to the public but they are considered to be endangered because of their severe mental illnesses and lack of medication.

It's believed that after running away the girls were possibly picked up by a vehicle along a nearby highway. The girls apparently fled their foster home without taking any electronic devices, money or backpacks.

An account, titled "Fund for Anna Frankman," has been set up to help Frankman's family pay to go to Colorado to look for her.

Colorado police searching for missing, endangered teen girls last seen at therapeutic foster care
by Ellen Killoran | July 16, 2019

The Preston Citizen reports that Anna Frankman and Emma Stokes, both 16, were last seen at Park County, Colorado, foster care home on the night of July 7 . Both girls are considered endangered as they each take medication for what the report describes as “significant mental health issues.”

According to the Idaho State Journal, the girls left the home without their backpacks or mobile devices, or any money. They may have been picked up by a vehicle on a highway near the home.

Emma Stokes is from Sherman, Texas, where her adoptive parents are increasingly concerned about her well-being.

Texas teenager reported missing in Colorado
KETK, East Texas Matters | Posted: Jul 14, 2019

Volunteers from Colorado and from Texas have joined in the search.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Park County Sheriff’s Office at 719-836-2494.

16-year-old Sherman girl missing in Colorado after leaving foster care home
Marc Ramirez, Breaking News Reporter, Dallas News | July 13, 2019

Jerry and Lisa Stokes told Sherman's KXII-TV that their adopted daughter, Emma, was being treated in Colorado's Park County at a therapeutic facility for treatment of mental health issues.

"They specialize mainly in disorders that kids who were adopted or lived in foster care often struggle with," Lisa Stokes told the news station.

[Jerry Stokes] said family and friends are searching all over Colorado for the girl, who he described as "a very loyal person, very musically gifted, very intelligent."

16 Jul 2019 11:28 #6
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Replied by ScienceChic on topic Park County Sheriff's Office Alert for Missing Teens Emma Stokes & Anna Fran

Both girls have been found safe!

Park County Sheriff's Office
44 mins

Approximately 3:30 pm today Sheriff McGraw received information from an individual that the 2 missing runaway females had been seen at an apartment complex located on 44th Avenue in Wheat Ridge. Sheriff McGraw contacted CBI who immediately responded with Wheat Ridge Police Department to the area. Within a short amount of time the 2 Runaway females were located and are being escorted to the Park County Sheriff’s Office in Bailey. Further information will follow.


From Pray for Emma:
THE GIRLS HAVE BEEN FOUND!!!!!!!
The Stokes are thankful and grateful for each of you. However, they are requesting some privacy as they reunite with their daughter and navigate the roads ahead.

From Pray for Anna
1 hr
It is true the girls are found and safe! Please allow us time to reunite with our girls and evaluate the situation.
We love you all!
The hope of a secure and livable world lies with disciplined nonconformists who are dedicated to justice, peace and brotherhood. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

Your scars exist, but it’s your courage that defines you. ~Nalini Singh
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17 Jul 2019 19:23 #7

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Park County Sheriff’s Office
PO Box 604
Fairplay, CO 80440
719-836-2494
Sheriff Tom McGraw


PRESS RELEASE

July 18, 2019

On July 17, 2019, the Park County Sheriff’s Office received information from a confidential subject concerning the two runaway females that had been reported missing on July 7th. The subject advised that they had seen the two runaways in the area of 44th Avenue in Wheat Ridge at an apartment complex and were staying with a family there. The Park County Sheriff’s Office immediately contacted the CBI and requested that they respond to the apartment complex in an attempt to locate the runaways. CBI along with the Wheat Ridge Police Department responded and within a short time were able to make contact by cellular phone with a male subject who related that he had just determined that the two juvenile females were the runaways from Park County and he was en route to Park County to turn them in to the Sheriff’s Office. The male subject further advised that his daughter had brought them home and he had been of the understanding that they were his daughter’s friends. CBI made contact with the male subject on I-70 and escorted them to Park County. Both the runaways were brought to the Bailey substation by the male subject and his family. Once at the substation they were reunited with their parents. The male subject was interviewed and released. Both the juveniles were physically unharmed. Information from both juveniles indicated that they had escaped out of a window of the home in Bailey where they had been originally staying, walked through the woods to Highway 285 and caught a ride to the Denver area.
18 Jul 2019 17:45 #8

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