Report: Missing Texas 14-year-old mistakenly deported to Colombia By Crimesider Staff Topics Daily Blotter Jakadrien Turner (Credit: KHOU) (CBS) DALLAS - A 14-year-old Texas girl who has been missing since 2010 was mistakenly deported to Colombia by immigration agents and is now sitting in a detention facility waiting to come home. According to CBS affiliate KHOU Jakadrien Turner ran away from home in the fall of 2010 following her parents divorce and the death of her grandfather. She ended up in Houston, where she was arrested for theft. The girl gave police a fake name, which apparently belonged to a 22-year-old illegal immigrant from Colombia, who had warrants for her arrest. KHOU reports that ICE took the girl's fingerprints, but didn't confirm her identity before deporting her. Jakadrien is African-American and reportedly speaks no Spanish. Source: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_1...d-to-columbia/ And they blame Homeland Security? Now get this? They didn't do their work," Turner said. "How do you deport a teenager and send her to Colombia without a passport, without anything?" News 8 has learned ICE took the girl's fingerprints, but somehow didn't confirm her identity and deported her to Colombia, where the Colombian government gave her a work card and released her. ICE deported African American 14-year-old US citizen who spoke no Spanish and had no ID to Columbia. : markos They did not comfirm her Columbian Identification? Pass port?:eusa_hand: She got her just deserve. Homeland Security did their job with what they had.