Two teenagers that were reported missing in Wilson County are back home and safe.
Police said they were found in Nashville with a 44-year-old man identified as James Grisham.
The 15- and 17-year-old girls were found at a house in the 800 block of Heritage Trail in Hermitage.
Police said upon their arrival, one of the girls was only half-dressed.
During their investigation, police said they looked on Grisham's cell phone and found he had taken several photos of the girls that were sexual in nature.
Grisham was arrested and taken to Metro Jail on charges of child abuse and child neglect.
It's unclear how the teens ended up at the home with Grisham since the girls were supposed to be with their families in Wilson County.
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