Teenager detained at border; grandmother found dead


A Florida teen named as a person of interest in his grandmother's death was detained near the Canadian border, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

Earlier Friday, deputies said Logan and the auto were seen on surveillance video at a gas station in southern Pennsylvania on Thanksgiving Day, the paper reported.

Mott had previously been spotted in Pennsylvania.

When Mott and French did not pick up the teenager's father on Wednesday, the couple returned to their home via Uber and found it looted.

The Neptune Beach Police and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office - where Mott's father works as a correctional officer - launched an investigation that uncovered "possible criminal violence inside the home", CBS reported.

Earlier this week, the mother of the missing teen, Carrie Campbell-Mott, issued a plea to the public for the pair's safe return on social media and a Florida Missing Child Alert was issued for Mott on Tuesday. 'No matter what, Logan is our child and we love him...

The deputies also said they had obtained an arrest warrant charging him with stealing his grandmother's vehicle and that he was a "person of interest" in her death, according to the paper.

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Mott is considered armed and risky.

Police investigated at two locations Thursday and Friday - French's home on Nipigon Avenue South in Mayport and Seagate Avenue in Neptune Beach.

Police are waiting for an autopsy on the body to finish before positively identifying it, Jacksonville's First Coast News reported.

"My girls go to school right here at the high school and they're always in the neighborhood walking around so it was sort of chilling", neighbor Laura Taylor-McGhee still trying to understand what happened. "Mom", Campbell-Mott said in the post.

Her son, Campbell-Mott wrote, was good and kind to his family. Please call me. I will help you. It was just a normal conversation'.

He was detained near Buffalo, New York.