An Alpharetta, Georgia, teen who was the center of a nationwide AMBER Alert last June is missing again. Authorities believe she may be with her father; this time her friend, another teen, is also missing.
NBC Atlanta Alive reports that Brooklyn Smith, 13, and Desire Hall, 16, were reported missing on Saturday night. They were last seen at the Main Event Entertainment bowling center, off of Davis Drive in Alpharetta. Although the court ordered Brooklyn’s father, Steven Spires, 31, to have no contact with her, authorities think the teen may have called him to pick her and her friend up.
“We believe Brooklyn contacted her father to pick both of them up,” the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety wrote on Facebook.
Brooklyn Smith was last seen wearing a camouflaged coat with a Florida Georgia band t-shirt underneath, and brown boots. She stands 4 feet 11 inches tall and weighs around 100 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Desire Hall was last seen wearing a dark gray sweater, black shoes, and black leggings. She stands 5 foot 7 inches and weighs around 115 pounds.
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Anyone with any information on the girls’ whereabouts should call the Alpharetta Department of Public Safety’s tip line at 678-297-6307.
Previous AMBER Alert
In July 2016, an AMBER Alert was created for Brooklyn when she disappeared for a little over a week. She was found with Spires and his girlfriend, Carmen Clay, 19. Spires, who is in the middle of a tumultuous custody battle with Brooklyn’s mother, Selena Smith, was arrested and charged with child molestation, aggravated child molestation, statutory rape, sexual battery, sodomy and incest.
[Feature Photo: Alpharetta DPS]