Not many abduction stories end well, but thank the Lord for the ones that do. Nine-year-old Charlotte Sena, who disappeared during a family camping trip on Saturday evening from Moreau Lake State Park, has been found unharmed and reunited with her family after two full days of searches conducted by local authorities.
Police monitoring Charlotte's family home noticed someone delivering a note to their mailbox in the early hours of Monday morning. When they retrieved the note, they were able to lift a fingerprint, which matched with a Craig Nelson Ross Jr., age 47, who had previously been arrested for a DWI.
Acting on this lead, law enforcement quickly located Ross at a property linked to his mother. Upon confronting him, they found Charlotte concealed in a camper. She was promptly rescued and reported to be in good health.
Charlotte was taken to a hospital for a routine check and was later reunited with her family. Ross was taken into custody, and as of the latest update, charges against him are pending, with the investigation ongoing.
The conclusion of this case marked the end of a significant search effort, involving 400 personnel spanning over 46 miles.
It also marks an answer to many of our prayers.
Thank you, Jesus. Thank you to all of the law enforcement that brought Charlotte home safe. Thank you to the community volunteers, churches and families that prayed for this little girl. Thank you.
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