Investigative Discovery ‘Disappeared’ Show Airs The Chioma Gray Story
The show features when Chioma Gray attracts the attention of a twenty year old man, her mother is not pleased. Watch a preview of the show here.
The Story of Once Missing Teen Chioma Gray Will Air on ID Investigation ‘Disappeared’ Show
Once Missing Teen Chioma Gray States Abductor is Her Husband, Andrew Tafoya
We knew this case would end up a story about two young people running off to Mexico together. We don’t know all the details but the girl is now stating she wants to communicate with her husband, accused underage child stealer Andrew Joshua Tafoya. We pray the family can have some closure from the long time search and pain from their missing teen and that she can get many issues dealt with in her life today.
Once Missing Teen Chioma Gray Denies She was Married to Man During Her Disappearance
We can’t get a grip on this story yet but all we do know is the man Chioma Gray disappeared with was charged with child stealing and having unlawful sex with her before she disappeared.
The lawyer representing Andrew Joshua Tafoya, who returned to California this week along with a 19-year-old Ventura girl who disappeared nearly four years ago, said he thinks the pair got married in Mexico.
Missing Teen Chioma Gray Reunited with Family [PHOTOS]
According to witnesses, the former Buena High School student, who was 15 at the time, was hustled into a stolen car that day driven by Andrew Joshua Tafoya, then 20, who had been released from jail the night before.
Gray, 19, was reunited with her family Wednesday night amid tears and hugs.
Francine Black embraced her daughter in the LAX airport: “My baby, my baby.”
Later, her brother Paul Gray, 21, broke into sobs as he held his sister.
Missing Teen Chioma Gray Since 2007 Will Reunite With Family In L.A. From Mexico
Thank God! The mother of Chioma Gray never gave up that her daughter was alive. We posted about this case months ago and we feel very good the young girl was found. We only hope the person responsible for her disappearance gets punished for what its worth in this case.
Report from VCStar.com:
Chioma Gray’s family last saw her Dec. 13, 2007. The former student at Buena High School in Ventura, then 15, was getting into a stolen car that day driven by Andrew Joshua Tafoya, then 20, who had been released from jail the night before, according to witnesses. (Read the full story of the missing persons report info)