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Officials search for Boundary County runaways

Three adopted brothers missing since Thursday

Have you seen these three boys? From left to right: Ethan, Cody, and Dakota Pinson have been missing since Thursday. Deputies suspect they ran away. (Boundary County Sheriff's Office)
Have you seen these three boys? From left to right: Ethan, Cody, and Dakota Pinson have been missing since Thursday. Deputies suspect they ran away. (Boundary County Sheriff's Office)
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Three runaway boys from Boundary Country are being sought by sheriff’s deputies. The youngest is 9-year-old Dakota Pinson, and a press release indicated he may not be a willing participant. The other boys are Ethan Pinson, 15, and Cody Pinson, 13. All three boys are adopted, and Ethan and Cody are biological brothers. They have been missing since Aug. 15 from the Paradise Valley area of Boundary County. To report information about the boys, call (208) 267-3151 ext. 0.
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