Thursday, December 27, 2012
The 23-year-old Perry Hall man has been charged with making a false statement to police.
(Update 8:57 p.m.)— The boyfriend of Aria White, the Dulaney High School senior who went missing on Saturday and was found Thursday, has been arrested for making a false statement to police. David C. Givens, 23, of the 3700-block of Timahoe Circle in Perry Hall previously told police that White was at his home starting on Saturday and was picked up by someone on Christmas Eve, said Cathleen Batton, a county police spokeswoman. When an officer went to follow up with the boyfriend, White, 17, was discovered at the house. Givens has been released on his own recognizance, police said in a news release. White was initially believed to have gone missing in the Perry Hall area after a visit to the White Marsh Mall. Read More:
Aria White had been missing since Dec. 22.
UPDATE (4 p.m.) — Police Arrest Boyfriend of Formerly Missing Dulaney Student --- UPDATE (11:31 a.m.) — A Baltimore County teen missing since Saturday has been found. Aria White, 17, has been safely located, according to Cpl. Cathleen Batton, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore County Police Department. "She was never missing from White Marsh Mall," Batton said. "She was at her boyfriend's house the entire time." Read More:
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Aria Michelle White was last seen around White Marsh Mall on Dec. 22.
A Baltimore County teen has been missing since Saturday. Aria Michelle White, 17, was last seen at White Marsh Mall around 7 p.m. Dec. 22, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. She has "a mark on her back left hip and a small scar under her left eye." A Facebook post, shared 2,176 times by Wednesday evening, originally appeared on the Baltimore County Breaking News Facebook page and states that the girl is believed to possibly be in the Perry Hall area. The post, made by user Grace Jones, says the girl has blonde hair and green eyes. "She is believed to be in great danger and possibly around the perry hall area," Jones wrote on Facebook. A similar post on WBALTV's "uLocal" site states that the missing teen …