Kentucky State Police are looking for a missing Boyle County girl who did not return home Thursday night after her stepmother was found slain.
Jenna Oakley, 15, of Danville might be in a white 2014 Honda Civic, with a Kentucky ‘Breast Cancer Awareness’ license plate displaying 2113-BT, state police said.
An initial investigation indicates that Oakley’s stepmother, Rhonda D. Oakley, 52, of Danville was killed inside her home on Old Hustonville Road, state police said. She died at the scene.
“We have a 15-year-old who didn’t come back home last night; we have a vehicle that belongs to the victim that isn’t at the house,” said Trooper Robert Purdy of the Richmond state police post. “The 15-year-old didn’t show up at school. Obviously that causes us some concern about her safety and well-being as well. We’re actively trying to find this 15-year-old to make sure she’s OK and that she’s not in danger.”
Jenna Oakley is described as white, about 5-foot-4 and 115 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes, and she was last seen wearing glasses with black frames. She is a student at Boyle County High School, and she was last seen at her school Wednesday afternoon.
No arrests have been made in her stepmother’s killing, and no suspects that have been identified Friday.