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4 juveniles found after going missing in Dickson County

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CHARLOTTE, TN (WSMV) -

Dickson County authorities have found two teens who apparently took one of their parents' car and left the home on Nails Creek Road early Wednesday in the Vanleer area.

Peyton Jennings, 14, and James Loudon, 15, took a blue-green Ford Escape from the home on Nails Creek Road. A cell phone ping placed the pair in the McEwen area, and they were later found.

Two other children have been found after they also went missing Wednesday morning in the Town Branch Road area.

Authorities said they have found Collin Crabtree, 13, and Bailey Kent, 12, who had left their homes overnight.

Crabtree apparently left his home and went to Kent's home, which was in the Town Branch Road area.

Authorities said Crabtree texted his mom when he and Kent became lost in the woods.

The boy and girl were found just before 6 a.m. Monday. They were taken into custody and were set to have a hearing later Wednesday in juvenile court on runaway charges.

There is no word on any possible charges against Jennings and Loudon.

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