BROWN COUNTY — The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has cancelled an endangered person for a missing Brown County girl. According to a media release, Gianna Hazelton, 11, Horton, was found safe and is on her way home. Authorities release no additional details.
BROWN COUNTY – The Horton Police Department has requested that the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) issue an endangered person advisory for a missing Kansas girl.
The whereabouts of Gianna Hazelton, 11, Horton, are unknown, according to a KBI media release.
Hazelton is a white female, 4 ½ ft. tall and approximately 125-135 pounds.
She has black hair and brown eyes. Hazelton was last seen Saturday night between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. at 1640 Euclid Ave in Horton, Kan. Hazelton is believed to be accompanied by the non-custodial parent, Casey Hazelton.
The Horton Police Department asks anyone who comes in contact with Hazelton, or has any other information known about this case, including past sightings, to immediately call 911 or Horton Police Department at 785-486-2694.