Skip to comments.Missing Brookline teen Caleb Jacoby found safe, police say
Posted on 01/09/2014 7:49:01 PM PST by Brad from Tennessee
Caleb Jacoby, the missing 16-year-old student from Brookline, was found on Thursday evening, said police.
The teen, who attends the Maimonides School, is safe and well, according to a tweet from Brookline police.
Jacoby disappeared on Monday afternoon and has been the subject of a wide community search aided by social media outreach. He is the son of Boston Globe OpEd columnist Jeff Jacoby.
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uh okay this is worthless
what was he doing and who was he with
Prayers answered and I’m grateful to God.
Now comes the distasteful explanation, I suspect.
Good news for Mr Jacoby! Prayers that things go well for the family from here on.
Hopefully that will be revealed etc. soon...for those who don’t know, Jacoby is a rare bird: a conservative columnist for the Boston Globe. In fact he did several “Dear Caleb...”
Anyway I’m curious too and hopefully we’ll find out soon what was up with his disappearance
Thank God! Whether we find out what happened or not is irrelevant. God has answered many fervent prayers, mine included.
Whatever the reason he was gone, I am glad he has been found and is safe.
Thanks, Brad. We can all rest easy now.
SO glad he is safe! (When younguns like him go missing, it is usually not good)
Your tagline made me cry. I have been missing my babies very much recently. Lost four in the past year and a half. It never hurts any less.
Ugh. I miss her so much. When I think about it, I can’t breathe, (I refuse not to, though)
I’m so, so sorry, cowgirl.
No. You just kinda get it under control, somewhat. I am positive we *will* be with them again, but forever next time.
We may never know.
He was found in NYC, Times Square.
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