Missing Alabama A&M student found in Georgia hospital Sunday morning

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UPDATE 3/29/20 AT 4:45 PM – A missing Alabama A&M college student was found in a Georgia hospital Sunday morning, according to our news partner at AL.com.

AL.com reported Sherrie Meadows, Joani Love Bryant’s mother, said she recieved a phone call around 8 a.m. on Sunday from the hospital in Stockbridge saying her daughter was there.

Meadows said her daughter has no physical injuries and she understands her daughter was admitted to the hospital Saturday night, according to AL.com.

AL.com reported Meadows does not know where her daughter has been for the past week.

ANNISTON, Ala. – Anniston police are asking for help finding a missing Alabama A&M college student.

20-year-old Joani Love Bryant was last seen Monday, March 23rd, around 7:00 p.m. Police say she has not had any contact with her family since.  Investigators say they don’t know if foul play is involved. 

Bryant is 5’4” and weighs 130 pounds. Bryant was last known to be wearing pink pajama pants and a grey Alabama A&M hoodie. 

Call local law enforcement if you know where Bryant may be.

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