Savannah's parents -- Randall and Christina Pruitt -- told ABC News that there were no red flags and that she went to bed that night in good spirits. "We were sitting in the living room, talking," Randall Pruitt said. "She was her normal, bubbly self, and happy ... She was an extremely joyful child." Investigators said she had two cellphones and they'd both pinged in Corbin, Kentucky, almost 140 miles away, between 5:15 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. the next day. "Both phones were powered off at that point and there has not been any activity on either phones since that early morning hour of Jan. 14," Monroe County Sheriff's Office detective Jason Fillyaw said.
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02/01/2019 - 12:28:49 It's been reported that Savannah has returned home safely. The reports state that she left on her own free will to avoid problems at home and at the same time he father was arrested for rape and other charges possibly connected to Savannah leaving home.
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