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Two girls go missing after funeral for dad who was stabbed to death at his ex’s home – Warrant out for mom, Melissa Scott, who CPS say abducted Jezzie and Cassie Whitney after losing custody

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Two girls go missing after funeral for dad who died violent death
Cassie Whitney, 11, and Jezzie Whitney, 13, last seen at dad’s memorial service May 18 in Scottsville, Kentucky
Melissa Scott is believed to have fled with her daughters after losing custody of them
Cops said “Lil Larry” Larry Edward Whitney, Jr., 40, of Scottsville, KY, died last week from what “appeared to be a knife injury,” at Scott’s home on May 16
Ms Scott’s custody of the girls was revoked last week 
Cassie and Jezzie Whitney disappeared on the same day Melissa Scott was stripped of their custody
Police have a  warrant out for her arrest, she is facing charges for Custodial Interference
Records indicate Scott and Larry Whitney both had criminal pastsPolice flyer for Cassie Whitney and Jezzie Whitney.jpg

“On 5-18-2017, Department of Protection and Permanency took emergency custody of two juvenile females, Jezzie Whitney, age 13 and Cassie Whitney, age 11. On the same day, the children could not be located. It is believed that the children are with their mother Melissa Scott but their location is not known. Melissa Scott has an active warrant for her arrest in reference to this case.
If you have any information, please contact the Allen County Sheriff’s Office at (270) 237-3210.”

Records indicate that the girls’ mother, Melissa Scott, has a long history of run-ins with the law on charges that included DUI, marijuana possession and domestic assault.
Larry Whitney also had a vast criminal history spanning at least 18 years and covering charges, including domestic assault, aggravated assault, methamphetamine manufacturing, drug possession and public intoxication.
Police in Kentucky have not charged or named Scott a suspect, in the stabbing death of Larry Whitney,

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