A Clarksville teen who was reported missing since last week has been located and is unharmed.
Early this morning, the 9-1-1 call center received a phone call from Sierra Nicole Simpson, who told the dispatcher that she was unharmed and did not need a medic and requested to speak with a police detective.
Shortly after the phone call, Simpson was taken to a police precinct to talk with a detective and gave information that police say is sketchy and will require further investigation to fill in the gaps.
According to police, Simpson had preplanned to leave her residence and packed extra clothes to take with her when she went to school on Thursday, March 15th.
Simpson reportedly told police, after school was dismissed for the day last Thursday, she wandered around and was offered a ride from two unknown men and that she had been staying with them in Kentucky until she decided to return back to Clarksville this morning.
Police say the Clarksville teen decided to return home because she felt bad about the extensive efforts in locating her.
Simpson’s family was reportedly notified of her return and police say the investigation into her whereabouts during the time she went missing is still ongoing.