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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