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Report: Missing UMKC student was ticketed in North Kansas City before disappearance

Authorities were searching for missing college student Tonie M. Anderson, 20, who sent a text to a friend that she was being pulled over prior to her disappearance. Police have no record of Anderson being pulled over, nor was she in jail.
Authorities were searching for missing college student Tonie M. Anderson, 20, who sent a text to a friend that she was being pulled over prior to her disappearance. Police have no record of Anderson being pulled over, nor was she in jail.

A University of Missouri-Kansas City student who has been missing since early Monday was ticketed by police in North Kansas City before she disappeared.

According to report om KSHB-TV, 20-year-old Toni Anderson was stopped by the North Kansas City Police Department on Sunday. Officials still were investigating her next steps after the stop, the station reported.

Attempts to verify the report with police were unsuccessful late Tuesday.

Anderson was last heard from about 3 a.m. Monday when she told a friend via text that she was getting pulled over, according to a flier circulating about the disappearance.

Police have no record of Anderson being pulled over, nor was she in jail, the flier stated, adding that her mobile phone has not been turned on since.

Anderson was known to drive a black 2014 Ford Focus with Kansas license plate 989-GAX.

Anyone with information on Anderson’s whereabouts can call the Kansas City Police Department’s missing persons unit at 816-234-5136.

Toriano Porter: 816-234-4779, @torianoporter

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