Alexis Cucinotta was found in a relative's home in Providence.
Alexis Cucinotta, the missing Rumford girl who was considered "possibly endangered" by East Providence police, was brought home by officers on Monday night after an extensive search that lasted through the weekend. According to Captain Richard Frazier, the 14-year-old East Providence High School student was found at a relative's home in Providence. Officers were able to track down her location using the IP address affiliated with her Internet postings. Due to the nature of her postings, officers thought she may harm herself. She was taken to Hasbro Children's Hospital for an evaluation. "She was cooperative," he said.
Alexis Cucinotta, 14, of Rumford, has been missing since Thursday night.
East Providence police are searching for a Rumford girl they believe is possibly endangered. Officers have been looking for Alexis Cucinotta since Friday night, according to Sgt. Bruce Atwell. The location of the 14-year-old girl is still unknown after speaking with family and friends. Police say it's imperative to find her as she has been writing messages online that implicate she may hurt herself. "The status of the investigation increased to 'possibly endangered,'" Sgt. Atwell said, noting she was originally considered a runaway. "She may have made some mention of harming herself." Her mother was told her daughter was going to Rite-Aid on Thursday night. According to police, Alexis stayed with a friend in Seekonk that night. Alexis is …