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Missing Teen FOUND

February 2, 2004

I visited with the Sterling Rescue Squad on their 40th anniversary Saturday night. A great event. And I asked Supervisor Steve Snow to join me to witness a donation to the Good Shepard Alliance's homeless shelter last week. Thank you to the Donor, Peter Knop. My budget hearings are reported by various newspapers (thank you) and continue tonight at 6:30 p.m. and again on Thursday at 4 p.m. (please note new start time) and the board of supervisors has a critical business forum starting at 8 a.m. (unless cancelled due to ice storm), with the regular meeting planned for 1:30 pm. starting time (which should go without a hitch). So public comment will be at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 3 only.

Sadly, Barbara Baker, the wife of Bobby Baker Sr. passed away Sunday morning. A church service will be held Thursday morning at Sterling Park Baptist Church and I will get you details later. Barbara taught school here for more than 30 years. We extend our sympathy and prayers to the Baker family.

And I feel you all would want to know the following development also based on news reports (cited):

From the Washington Post : Missing Loudoun Teen Is Found Safe

A Loudoun County 17-year-old who had been missing for nearly two months was found safe early yesterday in suburban Maryland, just hours after her case was broadcast on a popular television show.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A4378-2004Feb1.html

From Leesburg Today newspaper website:

Leesburg Missing Teenager Found Safe And Sound Feb 01, 2004 -- A Leesburg teenager who had been missing since Dec. 12 was found safe and sound Saturday after her case appeared on America's Most Wanted.

Leesburg Police Lt. Jeff Dube said that Christa Rogaliner was located unharmed in Maryland.

http://www.leesburg2day.com/current.cfm?catid=6&newsid=8421

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