Man, missing Texas girl, 13, found dead
DALLAS — A missing 13-year-old North Texas girl who was reported abducted and a man have both been found dead inside a Dallas home, authorities said Sunday.
Shavon Randle had been missing for several days and was identified as one of two people dead inside the house in Dallas’ Oak Cliff area, said Eric Jackson, special agent in charge of the Dallas FBI. He said the investigation was continuing and had no other information about the deaths.
“We didn’t have the positive result we were looking for, but being able to let Shavon’s family know that we’ve located her was our goal,” Jackson said.
The girl was reported abducted Wednesday from a home in Lancaster, about 15 miles south of Dallas.
Police said a relative told officers she received a call from an unknown man who said the girl was being held against her will and had threatened to harm her.
Lancaster police and FBI agents arrested two men Saturday, Devontae Owens, 24, and Laquon Wilkerson, 30, during their search for her. Both are held on $500,000 bond and charged with aggravated kidnapping.
Authorities have said two other men are being questioned and another man was being sought.