Missing DFW teenager found dead, Amber Alert canceled

The remains of a missing 13-year-old Texas girl who went missing last week were found in a Dallas home Sunday morning, ending a four-day search for the teen, police said.Police said Wednesday she left her home with an unknown man whom identified later as a member of the girl’s family.The family got together to pray Thursday evening outside the Lancaster home from which Shavon was kidnapped Wednesday morning.As reported by NBCDFW, Det. She was taking care of a cousin in Lancaster when she disappeared. Joseph Brickett said. “Then they called back later on the victim’s cell phone and said, ‘If you call law enforcement, then we’ll harm her'”.According to Brickett, investigators traced the location of Randle’s cell phone for some time until the phone was turned off. Officials checked the various locations for surveillance video or witnesses who may have seen the teenager initially without success.Two other earlier named persons of interest, Darius Fields, 26, and Laporshya Polley, 25, were questioned Friday arrested on unrelated drug charges. The FBI says the public helped investigators find them.Lancaster police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have also arrested 30-year-old Laquon Wilkerson of Dallas, who was not one of the persons of interest. He is charged with aggravated kidnapping.Authorities also had been searching for 19-year-old Michael Titus, who was considered a person of interest as of Saturday.FBI Arrests 2 People on Saturday Lancaster Police and FBI agents arrested two additional people on Saturday in connection with the disappearance of 13-year-old Shavon Le’Faye Randle.A reward of $25,000 has been offered by authorities for information relating to Randle’s kidnapping and killing.