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Police took the girl to Akron Children's Hospital to be treated and then to the Multi-County Juvenile Attention Center for a safe place to stay until Children's Services could make arrangements with her mother to get her home.
Police believe that over the past week Shotwell sexually assaulted the girl and prevented her from leaving his home. The two men had alternate shifts — when one was home, the other was at work.
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MINERVA Police say the missing Missouri teen found in a Minerva man's home had met him on an Internet dating website called "Say Hi."After talking for a couple of months online, Eric T. First St., reportedly drove to West Plains, Mo., picked her up and returned with her, "stopping at a couple of places along the way," said Minerva Police Chief Robert First.
West Plains is in south-central Missouri, north of the Arkansas border.
Police are trying to piece together what happened next, but the 14-year-old girl reportedly told officers when they found her Thursday at Shotwell's home that she was scared and that he wouldn't let her leave. Thursday at his home, where officers found him with the missing juvenile, Stark County Jail records said.
On Thursday, the girl placed "a brief phone call" to her mother, saying that she was afraid and that she didn't know where she was, said Detective Joe Neuschwander of the West Plains, Mo., Police Department. Shotwell worked for a bag manufacturing company in Canton and Bauer worked for a telemarketing firm in Jackson Township and, Bauer said, they rarely saw one another."He'd come home about a half hour before I'd leave (for work)," Bauer said. That was weird."NEW HOUSE GUESTPolice believe Shotwell drove to West Plains and picked up the teen on March 11.
AT HOMENeighbors said that until last August Shotwell lived alone in the small bungalow on the quiet residential street with neatly manicured lawns. Mike Bauer had known Shotwell as a co-worker, having worked together about two years ago at Donor Care Center, a nearby telemarketing business. A week ago, Shotwell woke him, announcing he was leaving for a few days."He told me he was going to Wisconsin. Shotwell arrived in Minerva with the girl two days later — on March 13, First said.
Bauer said Shotwell didn't explain her presence."He didn't talk much.
(When he was home,) they stayed in their room, or she stayed on the couch, I guess," he said.