By City News Service
Two of the three sisters from Glendale reported missing were found at the home of a friend, police said today.
Kealani Lubrin, 15, and Ashley Lubrin, 13, went to a friend's house at 6 p.m. Saturday, said Glendale police Sgt. Carlos Alpuerto.
"The friend's mother is watching television and sees the story on the news about the girls being missing," Alpuerto said. "She calls police at 10 p.m."
Joyce Lubrin, 16, Kealani Lubrin, 15, and Ashley Lubrin, 13, were last seen Friday morning and afternoon, according to the Glendale Police Department.
They were living with their grandmother and restricted from seeing their mother, department spokesman Sgt. Tom Lorenz said. Each girl ran away on their own, he said.
Joyce is 7 1/2 months pregnant and described as mentally disabled and suffering from depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and post- traumatic stress disorder, Lorenz said.
It appears the two younger teens stayed together, Alpuerto said. They claim they went to the Americana mall and walked all night. "They don't know the whereabouts of the older sister. It doesn't seem to be foul play," he said.
The oldest sister has a history of running away from home, Alpuerto said. "We consider her missing until we are notified by her she has run away. We hope she returns safely."
All three frequented the Glendale Galleria and Americana shopping centers.
Joyce is 4 feet, 11 inches tall, weighs 120 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a white tank top, a blue hooded sweatshirt and a gray jacket.