Missing South Haven teenager found safe
SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — Van Buren County Dispatch confirm the missing teenage from South Haven has been returned home early Saturday morning.
The Michigan State Police had been searching for the missing 14-year-old after she never returned home from school Friday.
Police said Nevaeh Cereane Gant, 14, was last seen Friday at Baseline Middle School in South Haven. They said she did not ride the bus home and had not made contact with her family or friends.
Gant was located at approximately 3:30 Saturday morning at a trailer park in South Haven Township. She was with friends, according to MSP, which received several tips after sending out a notice about the missing girl around 12:30 Saturday morning.
Police said Gant was with friends when she was found and did not have any injuries. She is back home with her parents.