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East Tennessee Child Endangerment Alert issued for local 17-year-old

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An East Tennessee Endangered Child Alert has been issued for the East Ridge Police Department for 17 year-old Natalie Paige Cox. Natalie is a white female, with blue eyes, brown hair, 5'7" tall, and weighs 130lbs. She was last seen wearing black leggings and a white t-shirt. Natalie’s nose is pierced on the left side. Police say Natalie has a mild mental handicap and functions at the level of a 12 year-old. She left on foot from her residence at 11:30 p.m. eastern. If you have seen Natalie, please contact the East Ridge Police Department at 423-622-1725 or TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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