Rabat - After Rebecca Arthur returned home safe, Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn, a Clinton Police spokesman, commended her Moroccan boyfriend, Mohamed El Adala, and his family for being a “very nice family.”
Rabat – After Rebecca Arthur returned home safe, Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn, a Clinton Police spokesman, commended her Moroccan boyfriend, Mohamed El Adala, and his family for being a “very nice family.”
Jeremiah Dunn appeared in a video on Tuesday inside the Clinton Police Station, saying that the American teenager used forged documents to get on the plane and hailed the good intentions of Mohamed El Adala known as Simo.
Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn stated that Rebecca Arthur had lied to her mother, telling her she was going to California to meet a friend, when in fact she was traveling to Morocco to meet her online boyfriend, Simo.
Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn revealed that Clinton Police will not press any charges against Rebecca since they don’t believe she committed a state crime.
However, he admitted that she may have violated some policies of the airline by using forged documents to get on the plane.
Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn went on to add that Rebecca took a grave risk when she flew across the Atlantic Ocean to Morocco in order to meet someone she did not know.
“In some parts of the world, people do not like Americans. She took a grave risk, but she is very lucky that she met a very nice family in Morocco,” Dunn explained.
Commending Simo for having good intentions, Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn said that he is “happy that Simo is from a very nice family. Also, they were very co-operative with the authorities, who indicated that they were a well respected family,” Sgt. Jeremiah Dunn concluded.
Rebecca made the headlines worldwide over the past week, when she was reported missing by the Connecticut Police Department after she flew to Morocco to see her boyfriend.
American media reports claimed she was kidnapped in Morocco, but she was safe in the beach city of Essaouira with the El Adala family.
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