Missing Florida teen Amey Lindsey, who disappeared on February 9th, has been found alive and safe.
There are few details available at this time, but Dorrinda Barron, Amey's mother, shared the news early Friday morning on her Facebook page. The family is asking for privacy at this time.
"We don't have any details, at this time, about what has occurred. We know she is young and scared," Dorrinda posted. "To everyone who has prayed and helped in any way, we thank you."
The last time anyone saw Amey, whose legal name is Amethyst, was at her family's apartment in Fort Myers, Florida. Her mother told Dateline the teen was sitting on her bed that night surrounded by piles of books and papers, finishing some homework on her laptop. The following morning, Amey was gone, the screen popped out of her open window.
Two days before Christmas, Amey's father Chris suffered a stroke, rendering him physically disabled and unable to speak clearly. Amey, who played goalie for her high school's soccer team, switched to taking virtual, online classes for the spring semester so she could be home to assist with her father's care.