Boonville Girl Who Went Missing Last Week Writes Apology Letter to the Tri-State
Last week, we reported on Eve Kemp, an 11-year-old girl who went missing in Boonville. Today, her family released an apology note from Eve to the Tri-State.
Dear People Who Care,
I'm so sorry for what I have done. I did not realize how much I have cost you all. I hope you can forgive me for what I have done. I'm going to try to get some help and try to talk more. I hope that no one was badly hurt. and I'm sorry some of you left work and family time to come help. I did not realize how many people cared for me. My stepmom told me that when I'm lonely to know and think of all the people who love me and care.
I think I can speak for all of us who worked to locate Ms. Kemp through traditional media, social media or on-site searching when I say that I certainly appreciate the sweet letter. Childhood can be very trying and growing up is even more challenging. Sometimes, life becomes a little overwhelming. Here at Townsquare Media, we are so happy that she was found safe and a big shout out to the tri-state for being so proactive in finding her!