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15-year-old missing Georgia teenager found in Tennessee

Calah Noel Waskow (Source: SLED) Calah Noel Waskow (Source: SLED)
Jason Arlis Johnson (Source: SLED) Jason Arlis Johnson (Source: SLED)
Car sought in Amber Alert. (Source: SLED) Car sought in Amber Alert. (Source: SLED)
Source: SLED Source: SLED
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

15-year-old Calah Waskow was found in Sevierville Tennessee Saturday, multiple news reports say.

She went missing on Monday with 37-year-old Jason Johnson.

According to her family, a driver spotted the vehicle they were reported to be in and called police.

Calah's family says Johnson is in custody, and Calah is not harmed.

On Friday, SLED officials canceled the South Carolina Amber alert for the 15-year-old who was reportedly abducted in Georgia.

"The South Carolina Alert has been canceled at the request of the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia," SLED officials said Friday night.

Officials with SLED originally said she had been abducted on Dec. 4, 2016 in Evans, Ga. 

"The child is believed to be in extreme danger," SLED officials said.

A SLED report states the suspect in the case has been identified as 37-year-old Jason Arlis Johnson. 

Authorities were searching for a 1998 tan Ford Crown Victoria with SC tag KVJ240. 

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