Arizona Teens Missing Bodies Found In Water Basin

 2 teenage girls Reportedly who ran away from a group home in Arizona were found dead in a water basin over the weekend, reported by local authorities. 

The bodies of Sitlalli Avelar, 17,  and Kamryn Meyers, 15, were recovered by the local area police around 6 p.m. Jan. 21 ,2023 after a man walking his dog alerted authorities to what he thought was a mannequin in a Mesa water retention basin, It was said by a Mesa Police Department.

Kamryn Meyers, 15, was found dead on Saturday.

Avelar and Meyers and were reportedly missing on Jan. 7 , 2023 from Powerhouse Youth Facility Inc., a group home for troubled young people around the corner from where they were found.

Sitlalli Avelar (above) and Meyers reportedly had a history of running away.

It was reported by the WAFB that the condition of the remains suggested they had been in the water for an extended period before they were found.

The teens’ reason of death will be determined by the medical examiner, said by Mesa police.

It is not clear if foul play is suspected.

Brad Miller, an attorney for Powerhouse Youth Facility Inc., told Arizona’s Family that Avelar and Meyer had a history of running away and were overheard discussing plans to leave one day before they went missing. 

As a state facility, Miller explained, Powerhouse cannot force any residents to stay.

Miller stated that Powerhouse officials contacted the local police and the Arizona Department of Child Safety after the teens left. They reportedly met with the local area police again on January 10, 2023 when the pair had not returned. 

“There’s so much life ahead of them; they have so much opportunity and growth and learning,” longtime Mesa resident Cathy Catalfo told Arizona’s Family of the 2 teens.

“[Their deaths are] disappointing, you expect more.”

Catalfo said there has been an uptick in police activity near Powerhouse, which reportedly opened last October.

“There has been a lot of traffic in general, a lot of police officers coming in the last couple of weeks,” she recalled.

“I guess the first thing that comes to my mind is who enticed [the girls] to leave? What made [them] leave a safe environment?”

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