TikTok virus has also launched a search for Sofia Juárez, a woman arrested in 2003, before she turned five. According to a police page Juárez was taken to his hometown of Kennewick, Washington, where he lives with his mother, grandmother, aunt and uncle. CNN they say that Juárez’s mother died in 2009.
Mu the movie, he wrote on April 15th and was taken to Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, told a formerTTok interrogator that at the age of 22, he was arrested, and they do not know where they come from.
“It is difficult for me to grow old,” she tells the interviewer in Spanish. “I want to say my mother (grandmother) and my nana (mother). [Laughs]. If they are watching the program, I want them to come and pick me up because they have caught me. ”
“Er, what?” the inquirer asks. “I can’t have it.”
“Some people say I’ve been arrested, others say I’m in Italy,” he added. “Some I’m in Japan. Please let someone come and pick me up because I don’t know if I’m from here or from there.
Apparently, TikToker did not lose much of its connections. (Gizmodo reaches out to Kennewick and TikTok police.)
It is not clear how Washington state investigators linked the film with Juárez, but it is very similar to the child, and the film has more than 166,000 views. He is waiting for a DNA test. Kennewick police have released photos of the age group:
Kennewick Special Investigator Al Wehner told CNN he received phone calls from unknown individuals claiming to be Juárez’s family, asking them to stop publishing the video. They say that they are connected with their extended family.