Missing sex offender, teen daughter found

Melanie Meri Davy, a 15-year-old Lakeville girl, and her father, Shon Allen Davy, 38 -- a two-time convicted sex offender -- were found in Lake Elmo Thursday after the girl went missing after a visitation with him this week.
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Melanie Meri Davy, a 15-year-old Lakeville girl, and her father, Shon Allen Davy, 38 -- a two-time convicted sex offender -- were found in Lake Elmo Thursday after the girl went missing after a visitation with him this week.

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