Amber Alert Issued for Missing 3 Year Old Meliek Simmons in Orlando, FL (May be With Uncle Calvin Reed) UPDATE: Child Found Safe
A”Missing Child Alert” has been issued formissing 3 year old Meliek Simmons, who was last seen on Saturday, June 26, 2010 in Orlando Florida. Meliek Simmons is considered missing and endangered by police and is suspected as being in the company of his uncle, 49 year old Calvin Reed. The 3 year old Orlando boy was last seen at 1:00 pm Saturday afternoon at his home in Orlando. It is reported that Reed was babysitting the Simmons, but did not have permission to take him. Calvin Reed is said to share the Orlando home with the 3 year old missing toddler’s mother and maternal grandmother.
Police are reporting that the two may be in a 1996 tan Sierra Oldsmobile with Florida tag W46 1PK.
Meliek Simmons (left), Calvin Reed (rt)
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has issued a missing child alert for a 3-year-old boy last seen Saturday in Orlando. Authorities said Meliek Simmons may be in the company of his uncle, Calvin Reed, 49.
No details of the case were released, but the boy is considered missing/endangered.
Meliek Simmons description:
- 3 year old black male
- 3 feet tall
- weighing 50 pounds
- black hair
- brown eyes
- He was last seen about noon Saturday in the area of 5300 Block of Moxie Boulevard in Orlando
- Last seen wearing a gray shirt, gray and red plaid shorts, and flip flops.
Calvin Reed description
- 49 year old a black male
- 5 feet 11 inches tall
- 210 pounds
- Hair, bald
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of either Meliek or Reed, please calll the Orlando Police Department at 321-235-5300 or the FLDE Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse at 888-FL MISSING.
UPDATE I: 3 Year old Boy Found Safe.
Three-year-old Meliek Simmons was located during a traffic stop on Old Winter Garden Road. Meliek was found in good condition.
WFTV was there for the emotional reunion between the child and his family at their Orlando home Saturday night.
“God bless him and I hope he do better when he get out, cuz he still family no matter what, you just can’t disregard him and let him go,” Meliek’s mom, Ciara Simmons said.