Teenage “Romeo and Juliet” Runaways Found, And Are Being Tracked With GPS Devices To Keep Them Apart

(Photo: Provided by Isabella County Sheriff)

(Photo: Provided by Isabella County Sheriff)

Two Michigan teenagers, who ran away from home after parents tried to stop the relationship, were eventually found, and can not have any type of contact with each other.

(Photo: Provided by Isabella County Sheriff)

(Photo: Provided by Isabella County Sheriff)

A judge ordered Braxton Wood, 14, and his 13-year-old girlfriend Jayden Thomas to wear GPS tracking devices, and to refrain from any further of contact with each other.  The teens’ parents stated that they ran away after the girl’s mother demanded an end to the 6-month relationship, as it was getting too serious and intense for that age.  The couple was found after the Ford Explorer that they lifted from Jayden’s mother was found broken down and out of gas near Chicago.  The teens were allowed back to school under the conditions ordered by the judge.

The couple, dubbed “Romeo and Juliet” by the media after they ran away together, faced the probate judge separately, and are currently facing charges of running away from home.

Source:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/09/10/found-teens-must-wear-gps-device/2791737/