Missing JSU Student Caught on Camera in Virginia
A missing Jackson State University student has been spotted on a video surveillance camera in Richmond, Virginia; but is still considered missing. JSU Police Chief, Herman Horton gave an update on the status of the investigation into the case on 21 year old Kamilah Fipps Monday. A silver alert was issued for Fipps after she went missing last week. Authorities now know she left the campus of Jackson State on April 19th, with a small piece of luggage and went Union Train Station, in Jackson, where she purchased a ticket from Greyhound to New York City. On Friday the 22nd her phone was used several times in Richmond, Virginia. She was caught on surveillance tape making a purchase in Richmond. Ms. Fipps' mother has flown to Virginia and filed a missing person’s report on her daughter. A silver alert on her is still active. Chief Horton says the alert will remain active until she is found. Family members say Ms. Fipps has a condition that can impair her judgement. Horton says Ms. Fipps didn’t inform anyone about her travel plans. Police do not suspect foul play. Kamilah Fipps is a senior from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.