BELLEVUE, Neb. (AP) -- A missing eastern Nebraska teenager has returned to the Omaha area, but didn't immediately return home to her family.
Police in the Omaha suburb of Bellevue say 16-year-old Michaela Wells was flown back to the area on Friday -- a day after she was found safe in Indianapolis at the home of a teen boy.
Bellevue Police Chief Mark Elbert says Wells will be held in the Sarpy County Juvenile Justice Center until investigators can talk with her and evaluate the situation.
Elbert says this interview procedure is used in any case of missing or runaway teens his department investigates.
Wells disappeared March 2 when she went outside to take out the trash.
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