Aisha Khan

Police Reasoning Detailed In Missing Woman-Found

Dec 22, 2011

Overland Park, Kansas  police today are revealing more about the odd and unexplained disappearance of  junior college student Aisha Khan and why there will be no criminal charges.

When the 19 year old woman seemed to vanish from the Edwards Campus of  K.U. last  Friday, Dec. 16th,  police became involved in Olathe, where she lived,  and Overland Park,  where she attended classes.

The full-scale search over a span of five days treated Khan's disappearance as if it was an abduction,  although  classified as a missing person.  Overland Park Police were clear about that.

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Missing College Student Found, Was Not Abducted

Dec 22, 2011

The 19 year old  Johnson County Community College  student  missing since  Friday,  December 16th , has been found   unharmed,  five days after her disappearance from the University of Kansas-Edwards campus in Overland Park.  Police say Aisha Khan had not been abducted.

file photo / KCUR

Leads have thinned into the second and third tier variety as police in Overland Park and Olathe try, for a fourth day, to learn what happened to Aisha Khan. Investigators are questioning classmates, teachers and friends of the 19 year old  Johnson County Community College student.

The married student who lives in Olathe with her husband of five months was last  believed   studying  in an outside alcove  at the K.U. Edwards Campus where she had  a semester final test she never  took. She vanished about an hour before the noon class last Friday.

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