Susana Morales’ sister criticizes the investigation against Miles Bryant

Miles Bryant, Susana Morales

Miles Bryant appears in court (Image via 11 Alive Screengrab, Susana Morales performs a hearing in video provided by her family)

In a new petition, Susana Morales’ grieving family members released a list of demands, claiming investigators broke the law when relatives attempted to report the murdered 16-year-old missing nearly a year ago.

The online campaign, which is taking donations and has thousands of signatures on the petition, includes a lengthy post from Morales’ sister Jasmine. In that post, Jasmine said that Morales’ family knew something was wrong within 20 minutes of their last message — and yet, she said, the Gwinnett County Police Department declined to immediately list the teen as a missing person:

Susana Morales was 16 when she disappeared. she was my sister On Tuesday 26th July Susana was with our family all day and later that evening decided to go to a friends house. Her friend lived in the neighborhood 9 minutes walk from our house and she spent the evening there until about 9:40pm when she texted our mother and let us know that she was on her way home. This was a walk she had taken many times and we awaited her arrival. At 10 p.m. she was still not home. We knew something went wrong. We asked the Gwinnett County Police Department to search for her, but they told us people are only considered missing for 48 hours. We knew we couldn’t wait that long. Throughout the investigation, the police dismissed us and said she was a runaway, even though we knew she never would.

The family’s demands include the Gwinnett County Police Department acknowledging that “Title 35 of the Georgia Code was violated when officers asked us to wait 48 hours before reporting Susana missing.” Susana Morales’ sister criticizes the investigation against Miles Bryant

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