Abducted Rochester Teen Was Faking It

amber alert

Many coworkers and myself received a text message yesterday afternoon. It was crazy because our phones started buzzing at the same time. I look at my phone and in bold letters “AMBER ALERT”. For those of you who do not know what an Amber Alert is, here you go.

AMBER A·lert
ˈambər əˌlərt/
noun: AMBER Alert; plural noun: AMBER Alerts; noun: Amber Alert; plural noun:Amber Alerts
  1. an emergency response system that disseminates information about a missing person (usually a child), by media broadcasting or electronic roadway signs.
    acronym from America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response, named after Amber Hagerman, a child kidnapped in Texas in 1996.

Solid definition. As the day goes on you find out the girl is from Rochester, New York, and more specifically from the town of Greece. As I arrive back from my break around 4 o’clock I scroll through my twitter timeline and see that the girl has been rescued in the town of Brockport. That is a 10 to 15 minute drive max. Bitch sure didn’t make it far.

I then wake up this morning to find out that this was some sort of joke. The girl, 16 year old Cassidy Geffert set this entire thing up by herself. She was not abducted, there was no one else involved in this. She took her parents SAAB and drove to Walmart to pick up an iPod, a phone charger, a book, and a bikini top. A bikini top? Ya this chick was headed down to Myrtle Beach, South. She was probably catfished and was about to make a huge mistake so maybe she was better off getting caught in Rochester.

This is a story of a girl who grows up in a nice neighborhood where her parents make good money, but are never home, so she does not get the attention she needs. So she thought she would try and run away and get her parents to finally notice her. Well good job bitch, you definitely got noticed. Got noticed as a fool, a dumbass, a selfish bitch. She will now have to wear a home tracking device, and be under the supervision of her parents from 6am to 8pm.

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