Levi’s Call, Georgia Amber Alert Issued for 6 Year Old Ominka Fisher from Jacksonville, FL Abducted by Charity Chapman … Amber Alert & Arrest Warrant Issued for Charity Chapman in Florida (Update: 6 Year Old Ominka Fisher Found Safe, Chapman Arrested)
AMBER ALERT ISSUED FOR MISSING 6 YEAR OLD OMINIKA FISHER
The GBI has issued a Levi’s Call, the equivalent of Georgia’s AMBER ALERT for 6 year old Ominka Fisher from Jacksonville, Florida. Ominka Fisher has been missing since Friday, December 28 when she was kidnapped by her mother. An arrest warrant has been issued for Charity Chapman for the abduction/kidnapping of Ominka Fisher. Florida had previously issued an Amber Alert for the missing child on Friday. According to WTEV-47, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert around 8:30 on Friday night, about three hours after Chatman abducted her daughter from the Jewish Family & Community Services Center in Lakewood.
DCF said Charity Chatman lost custody of her daughter about six weeks ago, at around the same time she received an injunction for protection against repeat violence by a woman in Atlantic Beach.
A Levi’s Call was issued Sunday afternoon for Onnika Fisher of Jacksonville. The girl is described as African American with brown eyes, standing nearly 4 feet tall and weighing about 50 pounds. She was last seen wearing a pink jacket with white polka dot lining and blue jeans.
Authorities believe Onnika is traveling with Charity Chatman, 39, of Jacksonville. Chatman is described as African American with brown eyes, and about 5-8 and approximately 200 pounds. She is thought to be driving a dark green 2000 Buick Century with Ohio plates, FPA4958.
6 Year Old Ominka Fisher (left) – Charity Chapman (rt)
Chatman, who has a history of mental illness, does not have legal custody of the child and took her Friday afternoon during a supervised visit, reported WOKV. She is known to frequent hotels, particularly Red Roof Inns, according to a tweet from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
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The Jacksonville Sheriff’s office has reported that Onnika Fisher, abducted by her mother, Charity Chatman, on Friday afternoon, has been found unharmed during a traffic stop in Perry, Ga. A warrant had been issued for Chatman’s arrest for interference with custody, according to the Sheriff’s Office and an Amber Alert was issued.
Chatman is behind bars in the Houston County Detention Center awaiting extradition, according to the jail website. Perry is just south of Macon.