Kiara Adams Reported Missing

Detectives with the Meridian Police Department Juvenile Division say 15-year-old Kiara Adams is missing.

Adams is described as 4'11" tall, 128 pounds, with shoulder-length hair.

She was last seen at Eastern Gardens Apartments Oct. 31.

Anyone with information may contact the Meridian Police Department Front Desk at 601-485-1893, Criminal Investigations at 601-485-1859 or Crimestoppers at 601-485-1860.

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  • by ed on Nov 7, 2009 at 07:16 AM
    well lfirst off blame ACLU and CPS/DHS as far as the loss of power parents have over the kids.. i know first hand not only seeing it but lived it.. as far as 4 days before all know about this for teens in some areas this is normal because few are in trouble due to foul play .... but this drama with kids today they dont will no except the word NO .. and if you use it they will use the system against you get or get in trouble make you look like the bad parent .... as a nation we have given too much power to the government and what it to do too much for us.. this is what is the results destroyed homes to going to jail for making choices in our lives
  • by Anonymous on Nov 5, 2009 at 01:41 PM
  • by JJ Location: Quitman on Nov 5, 2009 at 10:42 AM
    Yes there are parents who don't raise their children right, but there are also those who do and the child still rebels. You have to teach them right, raise them in church and care for them and pray they make right decisions.
  • by T Location: Meridian on Nov 5, 2009 at 07:00 AM
    @ mother of teenager--I was talking about harsher punishment for the teens from a law standpoint. I understand that the parents are doing all that they can.
  • by dixieswampangel Location: somewhere in swamps of East Central Mississippi on Nov 5, 2009 at 05:20 AM
    Please, pray for this child and her family. We don't know if she ran away or was taken away. Imagine the fear in the parent's hearts until they know. Even if she ran away the danger she could be in is more than some of us can imagine. Either way, let's stop and pray for her family.
  • by Concerned Parent Location: Meridian on Nov 5, 2009 at 03:30 AM
    It is so sad that we allow our children to take control. Every week there is another missing teen. We cry wolf so much until when a child is really missing we will think that they have ran away again. The police always want to file child abuse when we are disciplining our children, but yet it's alright for the police to discipline them. I don't understand???? I don't care what the law may say when it comes down to it I am handling mine at home because if I don't then they will be handled in the streets and I'm not about to let that happen!!!
  • by ed on Nov 4, 2009 at 10:44 PM
    why do I have a feeling most of these run aways are wards of the courts ..
  • by J Location: Meridin on Nov 4, 2009 at 08:36 PM
    A T talk what youknow don't say nothing about that one right there talk about th ones you have leave that one alone
  • by Another runaway? on Nov 4, 2009 at 06:43 PM
    Is anyone else noticing a pattern here?
  • by mother of teenager Location: philadelphia on Nov 4, 2009 at 06:08 PM
    what do you mean harsher punishment if parents do that then the kids run to the police and the law is on their side not the parents
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