Brook-Lyn ArrowTopKnot has been found safe while Guadalupe Pablo Galicia, Sr., a person of interest regarding her disappearance, has been taken into custody.
According to the Great Falls Police Department, Detective Derek Mahlum, who has been investigating ArrowTopKnot’s disappearance, traveled to Browning Friday.
With the assistance of the U.S. Marshals Violent Offender Task Force, Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services, Glacier County Sheriff’s Office, and the FBI, ArrowTopKnot was found. Galicia was arrested.
The GFPD had issued an “attempt to locate” on ArrowTopKnot and a nationwide arrest for Galicia following a December 26 incident near Chowen Springs Loop and 15th Street in Great Falls.
No other details are being released at this time. We will update you with any new information.
(January 15, 2019) The Great Falls Police Department is still actively investigating Brook-Lyn ArrowTopKnot’s disappearance, which is being treated as a kidnapping.
The GFPD told KRTV on January 4 that a “physical altercation” took place on December 26 near Chowen Springs Loop and 15th Street, which resulted in a person sustaining a life-threatening injury. The nature of the injury and the person’s current condition have not been released.
Shortly after the assault, a man was seen leaving the area while assaulting a female; the female has since been identified as Brook-Lyn Arrowtopknot. The GFPD issued an “attempt to locate” on Arrowtopknot a short time later.
The GFPD said that they have identified Guadalupe Pablo Galicia, Sr., as a person of interest in the case, and have issued a nationwide arrest for him. Galicia has convictions for aggravated assault and robbery. The GFPD said he should be considered armed and dangerous and officers are working with the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force.
Due to the circumstances surrounding Arrowtopknot’s disappearance, the GFPD is treating it as a kidnapping.