14-year-old girl missing

Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 14-year-old Chania Machaela Simpson of Rock Hall, St Philip.

She was last seen by her mother Tamesha Simpson sometime around 9 p.m. on Monday, June 26 when she departed their residence to visit a family member who also lives in Rock Hall. At the time she was wearing a tee shirt, a short blue jeans pants, and a pair of gray Adidas slippers.

She is 5ft five inches in height, slim build, dark in complexion, has a round face, normal eyes and ears, big nose, mouth and teeth and has her hair platted in one. Her ears are pierced twice, with a bob in each ear. She is bow legged and speaks with a Barbadian accent.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is being asked to contact the nearest police station.

18 Responses to 14-year-old girl missing

  1. Alex Alleyne June 27, 2017 at 10:02 am

    Sad to say …..”FLAVA-OF-THE-MONTH” ???????. When you young girls gine get serious and tell someone about your troubles or ware a bouts of your activities. Help the powers that be put some person or people behind bars.
    WE DO CARE ABOUT OUR NATION’S YOUNG LADIES.

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  2. Jacqueline Garnes
    Jacqueline Garnes June 27, 2017 at 1:10 pm

    These kids think they’re grown,hope she is ok .

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  3. Carlos June 27, 2017 at 2:23 pm

    Here we go again!

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  4. ZMM94 June 27, 2017 at 2:54 pm

    why these people don’t stop waisting the police time

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  5. Alex Alleyne June 27, 2017 at 2:55 pm

    ‘WHEREABOUTS”

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  6. Peter June 27, 2017 at 4:14 pm

    Drugs, alcohol, financial needs abuse. All this wrapped up in unscrupulous wanton mainly male behavior is or has now made this a weekly if not daily event. Even the trusted priests within our society takes advantage of our young ladies. Severe jail sentences in my opinion seem to be our only resolve. But politics will rise up in the midst. as a tool of their defense. Bottom line here? She was a virgin. She’s now torn.

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  7. Julianne Belgrave
    Julianne Belgrave June 27, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    Well the have to think that they are grown of the parents do think for them. Parents are to free now a days

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  8. Onjelica Allain
    Onjelica Allain June 27, 2017 at 7:09 pm

    Is only obvious where she is

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  9. Lori June 27, 2017 at 7:24 pm

    Now why would a mother allow her 14 yr old to leave her house at that hour of nite …9 pm come on mothers ..school nite ..child ..pleassse

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  10. Just Watching June 27, 2017 at 7:58 pm

    Parents should have time with their children not just seeing them in the home and asking how was school quality time guide them talk with not at them and the children will not look for such comfort elsewhere

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  11. Mhizz Kiekie Hoyte
    Mhizz Kiekie Hoyte June 27, 2017 at 8:01 pm

    I hope u okay baby girl

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  12. Krystal Reece
    Krystal Reece June 27, 2017 at 8:07 pm

    I would like Barbados today that when they find this girl using social media and the public help , that they give us an explanation to why she was missing in the first place ,cause to assume makes an , you people know how that saying goes, these children go missing all the time public helps by annoying my phone with BC and then all you hear is they got found and nothing else , like where they been or what is being done to prevent them from going missing again.

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    • Veronica June 28, 2017 at 8:25 pm

      Y do u need an explanation, r u the Police???!!!

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  13. Saga Boy June 27, 2017 at 11:23 pm

    Time for some investigatory reporting on where these young girls and boys go when they are missing. Is is linked to sex, drugs and money in most instances? Are mature adults involved and are they charged?

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  14. Ossie Moore June 28, 2017 at 1:19 am

    Okay this missing person thing is now becoming a joke in the island of Barbados . . . . .

    What bothers me though is the derogatory way in which the Police and the Media describe the black people of Barbados , the way in which slaves were describe years and years ago by their white slave masters.

    When describing white folks the words ” blue eyes , green eyes , long blond hair , slim built , etc are mentioned . Nothing about a large mouth , round face , etc are ever mentioned.

    Now let’s play devil’s advocate and say that these following three black Bajan people were missing ,do you think that they would like these descriptions ?

    (1) Kaymar Jordan from the B’dos Today Online ‘

    Dark skin , round face , large nose , long neck and large ears.

    (2) Harold Hoyte from the Nation news

    Dark skin , long face , large forehead , Gray hair , wide mouth.

    (3 B’dos Police Commissioner Tyrone Griffith.

    Dark skin , not a round face , large nose ,large forehead.

    Now the above mentioned sound like ” runaway slaves ‘ to me . .. . . . are they ?

    There has got to be a better way for black bajans to describe their own instead of using the slave terminology that was taught to them centuries of years ago by the British.

    The British do not even describe their own in that form or fashion and as a matter of fact some people don’t even describe dogs the way the B’dos police and media describe black Barbadians.

    Any changes coming soon ? I’ll be back . . . . .

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  15. Peter June 28, 2017 at 8:09 am

    Ossie Moore, I beg to disagree with the examples you used. Miss Kaymar Jordan is a beautiful looking young , woman with a carmel complexion Harold Hoyte has a tapered face. Not long, and he is brown skin n complexion too. The others I cannot comment as I don’t know them. Come on Ossie, Get real challenge the problem , not the news media. Everything’s beautiful in its own way. I wonder what you look like. For argument’s sake how would you describe Fruendel Stuart, or Ester Sukhoo or even George Pilgrim and I never referred to Stephen Blackett as as an Edi Amin look alike, sound alike dictator nor Carol Roberts as a black gorilla look alike. They’re all lovely people in their own way. Drink a rum.

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  16. Ossie Moore June 28, 2017 at 9:51 am

    Well then think about it Peter , don’t you think that the missing people are beautiful also ? Black bajans in no way shape , form or fashion are needed to be described the way in which you would describe an animal.

    To repeat , when white folks are described the terms big nose , round face , broad mouth , bow legs , etc are never used.

    The B’dos news media and the Police Dept. need to come up with a more respectable way to describe black folks. Period ! ! !

    You need to have a bloody mary bud !

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  17. Ossie Moore June 28, 2017 at 10:15 am

    . . . . . one more thing Peter , if you are white then your description will be the usual blond(e) hair , blue / green eyes, slender built etc etc.

    If you are black you’ll have the animal description as usual ,but remember , the newspapers are now online and can be read anywhere in the world and if I were a ” TOURIST ” living in any other country in the world and I was reading the paper and I had seen the description of a black bajan , I would say OMG do all black bajans look like animals ? If so them I’m going to visit a country where there are ordinary looking people. . . . . who look like human being.

    Remember , Bo Derek back in movie 10 was known to have ” neatly braided blonde hair ” while black folks just had ” braided hair “.

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