Batavia police apparently "found" an 18-year-old woman last week before she was reported missing by Wheaton police.
According to reports, Batavia police officers encountered the 18-year-old at around 7:58 p.m. Sept. 15 on Batavia's East Side.
The young woman told police she had a fight with her boyfriend and did not want to return to him. She said she had friends in Aurora near Kirk Road with whom she could stay, according to reports.
Police looked up her records through dispatch, which came up clear, but an officer discovered later that the Wheaton Police Department had entered the woman in the LEADS statewide computer system at 9:17 p.m. as a missing person.
Batavia police notified Wheaton police of their contact with the woman.
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