Police seek 13-year-old missing from North Texas believed to be in ‘grave danger’

Kionna Braxton has been missing from Honey Grove, Texas since Tuesday, June 14. She was last seen wearing an orange and white cheerleading outfit. 

Kionna Braxton has been missing from Honey Grove, Texas since Tuesday, June 14. She was last seen wearing an orange and white cheerleading outfit. 

Courtesy of National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

An Amber Alert was issued in the San Antonio area Thursday morning, June 16, for a 13-year-old girl missing from Honey, Texas since June 14. The Honey Grove Police Department believe the girl, Kionna Braxton, is in “grave or immediate danger,” according to the Amber Alert. 

Kionna is described as a Black teenage girl who is 4 feet, 11 inches tall and 200 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. However, police say she was last seen with blond and brown braids. She was last known to be wearing an orange and white cheerleading outfit with blue, orange, and red Crocs. 

The Amber Alert says that Kionna is missing because she was abducted but does not provide any information on a vehicle or a person who was last with her. MySA reached out to the Honey Grove Police Department for comment.

Honey Grove is a small town with a population of 1,715 people, according to 2020 data from U.S. Census Bureau. The town is west of Paris, Texas and about 30 minutes from the Red River, which marks the border between Texas and Oklahoma. It is described as the “Sweetest town in Texas,” according to its website.

People with information regarding Kionna are urged to call the Honey Grove Police Department at 903-378-2222 or the Fannin County Sheriff’s Office 903-583-2144. Sightings can also be reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children website.

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