UPDATE: Missing 12-Year-Old Girl is Found

Raina Bennett found in the early morning Friday and returned to her mother.

The missing 12-year-old girl, last seen in Lakewood, has been found, news sources reported Friday.

Cleveland police haven’t shared many of the details, but Raina Bennett was reunited with her mother at around 3 a.m. Friday. 

The Cleveland girl’s mother was worried about her after she went missing Dec. 30, following an argument.

According to police, she was last spotted at a Lakewood hotel.

Ryan Salo January 06, 2013 at 01:36 PM
Colin, thank you for clarifying. The other instance i was thinking of was the 8 year old in october. I am glad the patch is reporting current events, it just seems sometimes the headlines in the morning updates should be updated when sent. The article may have been written prior but the daily email was sent after she was found yet the original headline is in the email. My email time stamps could be incorrect though. Thanks. Ryan
Tony January 06, 2013 at 08:23 PM
Maybe you would like to take over the patch. If you can't say anything good then shut up. Colin does a great job getting us info on time.
Colin McEwen January 07, 2013 at 02:25 AM
Your email time is absolutely correct, but that's not necessarily when the the posts are published. The publish time is what you should look at. Also, nothing was changed in the story of the 8-year-old boy who was missing — but immediately found — in October. No updates there. No changes to the headline either. (If there are changes to a specific post, it will be highlighted in italics at the top) http://lakewood-oh.patch.com/articles/police-search-for-and-find-missing-8-year-old-boy That's the post, right? You can tell that there was nothing changed, just by reading the URL. Hope that answers your questions, Ryan!
Colin McEwen January 07, 2013 at 02:25 AM
Tony, thanks for the kind words. But I don't mind the questions.
Ryan Salo January 07, 2013 at 03:41 AM
Colin, Thank you for the responses I really appreciate it. The timing now makes sense to me. Keep up the great work. Ryan


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