A missing 11-year-old Antioch girl returned home Tuesday evening, a Metro Police spokeswoman said.
Priscila Mota was found at home with no major issues sometime Tuesday after 5 p.m., hours after she ran away from her Antioch home, said police spokeswoman Kris Mumford
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation officials had previously issued an endangered child alert for the girl on Tuesday afternoon.
Priscila was last seen at her family's home Monday night around 11:30 p.m. after she and her mother argued over a cell phone, her sister Melissa Diaz said. Her mother later found an open window in her bedroom and called authorities.
After Priscila was reported missing, authorities from Metro Police and the Office of Emergency Management canvassed the areas near her Antioch home with search dogs and helicopters to try to locate the girl.