Germaine and Wilbur County News Briefs

Girls Miss­ing at Dou­ble-T
    Estrel­la Luna, co-own­er of the Dou­ble-T Ranch report­ed to the Sheriff’s Depart­ment that two girls from the Juve­nile Facil­i­ty are miss­ing.
    Accord­ing to Luna, they didn’t show up for break­fast call on Sun­day morn­ing.
    “We checked their rooms,” said Luna, “and they were gone, along with back packs and win­ter cloth­ing.”
    Luna, and her part­ner, Cedar Ring, believe the girls will try to make their way to Bend, and asked Wilbur Coun­ty res­i­dents to not offer rides to high­way 20.
    Sheriff’s Deputy Shaun Hin­terteil agrees. “These girls may seem inno­cent, and they might bat their cute lit­tle eye­lash­es at you, but a lot of these kids are here for seri­ous offences which would be felonies if they were adults.”
    The girls had been on lock­down for the past week, and were in the news recent­ly after report­ed­ly see­ing the Wild­man near North Plains Junc­tion. Accord­ing to Luna, this pair of girls has been par­tic­u­lar­ly trou­ble­some.
    As minors the girls’ names have not been released.

Anoth­er Kid Miss­ing
    Chris­sy Plum report­ed to The Ger­maine Truth that her young goat, Gren­del, has dis­ap­peared, and asked local res­i­dents to be on the look­out.
    Gren­del, whom Chris­sy labeled “an expert escape artist” van­ished overnight on Fri­day.
    The Plums live out near Charlebois Cor­ners. Ten-year old Chrissy’s dad, Ed, is the biol­o­gy teacher at Old Paiute High School, and is advis­er to the 4-H goat club.

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