Suzanne Passovoy, left , wants Lexington first responders to participate in a program that allows vulnerable people at risk of wandering to wear a tracking device. Her adopted daughter, Brenna Walls, who has special needs recently bolted from her home and from a Fayette County elementary school and hid in bushes.
Suzanne Passovoy, left , wants Lexington first responders to participate in a program that allows vulnerable people at risk of wandering to wear a tracking device. Her adopted daughter, Brenna Walls, who has special needs recently bolted from her home and from a Fayette County elementary school and hid in bushes. File photo
Suzanne Passovoy, left , wants Lexington first responders to participate in a program that allows vulnerable people at risk of wandering to wear a tracking device. Her adopted daughter, Brenna Walls, who has special needs recently bolted from her home and from a Fayette County elementary school and hid in bushes. File photo

Girl left school, was missing for 45 minutes. It’s Lexington’s 3rd case this year.

October 20, 2017 04:11 PM