COVINGTON, Ky. - Covington Police say they will continue their search at East Fork State Park Thursday morning for a missing 17-year-old mother.
More than 100 people from 30 different agencies searched the park Wednesday with specially trained dogs.
Paige Johnson was last seen September 23 with Jacob Bumpass. He says he dropped her off few blocks from her sister's house and then he stayed in Northern Kentucky.
Police say his cell phone tells a different story. Investigators say his cell phone showed "pings" at towers near the Clermont County park.
CNN's Nancy Grace interviewed a telecommunications expert Wednesday night about the accuracy of tracking cell phone pings.
He told the television host in an average city a "ping" on a cell tower puts the phone within a one mile radius, which is 2000 acres, of the tower. He says activity on the phone can break it down to a 700 acre area. A 911 call could place a phone within 100 feet.
Johnson's friends have organized a candlelight vigil for her for this Friday night. Johnson has a 2-year-old daughter.
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