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OKC Police: Missing Pregnant Woman Found Safe

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According to police, early Friday morning, 20-year-old Kasandra McNeary sent text messages to family members that led police to believe she could possibly be in danger. According to police, early Friday morning, 20-year-old Kasandra McNeary sent text messages to family members that led police to believe she could possibly be in danger.
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A missing pregnant woman who was believed to be in danger has been found safe Friday morning, according to Oklahoma City police.

According to police, 20-year-old Kasandra McNeary went missing shortly after midnight. She reportedly sent text messages to a family member indicating she was in danger and afraid.

Police did not specify what she said in the text messages.

Police say the first location McNeary sent the text from was in the area of 900 N. MLK. The second location was the 3300 block of N. Rhode Island.

Just after 9 a.m., police confirmed that McNeary has been found in northeast Oklahoma City. She is currently being checked out by EMSA and is believed to be okay.

No further details are available at this time. Keep checking this story for updates.

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