Hoover PD releases Carlee Russell’s 911 name and search historical past

The Hoover Police Department stopped press conference Wednesday (July 19) and officially in question Carlee Russells Story. Officials believe her Google searches indicate she may have wanted to leave the area of ​​her own accord.

During Wednesday’s press conference, authorities also released their entire emergency call.

Carlee’s 911 call, Google search history shows she was looking for bus tickets, the film was ‘out of stock’

They say that during that call, Carlee drove about 600 feet (about the length of six football fields) while allegedly following the child she allegedly saw.

Even more disturbing was the Google search she conducted on her cell phone just before her disappearance.

According to police, on July 13, the day of her disappearance, she searched “how to withdraw money from a register without getting caught”, two searches related to amber alerts and the maximum age for such alerts.

She was also reportedly looking for the movie Taken, a 2008 film about a father’s estranged daughter who is kidnapped by traffickers into sex slavery shortly after she arrives in Paris for vacation.

Carlee was also allegedly looking for bus tickets from Birmingham to Nashville, with the departure date set to coincide exactly with the day she went missing.

Police are providing details on Carlee’s version of the story and say they are unable to verify her claims

Authorities also revealed a little more information about Carlee’s story.

She claims that after she approached the toddler, a man grabbed her and took her into the woods. In her first interview, she then told police that she had been put in an 18-wheeler.

According to a news release issued Tuesday (July 19), investigators said there was no evidence of an infant walking down Interstate 459 beyond Carlee’s 911 call.

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She said there was a woman there too, but she could only hear her voice and never really see her. She described the man as having orange hair and a bald patch.

Hoover Police said they have since requested a follow-up call with her. However, they say that their request was denied by Carlee himself.

They went on to say that they could not confirm their original statement regarding the 18-wheeled, orange-haired man. A police officer added that there was no danger to the public in this particular case.

The police have no plans to press charges against Carlee, saying only they can tell what really happened

When asked if charges could be brought against Carlee for wasting state and federal resources, a Hoover PD official said they were just glad she was home and that was their goal throughout the trial.

The officer said only Carlee could truly say what really happened to her in the 49 hours she was missing.

They added that they respect her privacy and will not release any more information from her cell phone.

The Shadow Room first reported the case after showing up at her parents’ home on Saturday (July 15) after she went missing on July 13.

Her parents had already reached out before Wednesday’s news. They had previously insisted that Carlee had been kidnapped. Her parents also said in an interview with NBC News that she was “definitely fighting for her life.”

This is an evolving story. Be sure to visit again The Shadow Room for further updates as they become available.

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