AMBER ALERT Issued for Missing 3 Year Old Keegan Elijah Waterman in Alpena Township, MI … Could be Headed to Tennessee with his mother, Christina Marie Waterman
An Amber Alert has been issued for 3 year old Keegan Elijah Waterman. Keegan Elijah Waterman was last seen at 2660 East Grant St. in Alpena Township around 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. The missing 3 year old was taken by his mother, Christina Marie Waterman, and are believed to be headed to Tennessee. Her vehicle was described as being a tan 2000 Chevy Tahoe with a Tennessee license plate of U4758V.
Michigan State Police have issued an Amber Alert for a missing 3-year-old, that they say may be en-route to Tennessee.
According to CBS Detroit, Police said 3-year-old Keegan Elijah Waterman was last seen at 2660 East Grant St. in Alpena Township around 11:30 p.m. on Sunday.
He is a 4-foot-3 black male that is 55 pounds, and was last seen wearing a diaper and sandals.
Police said the child may be en-route to Tennessee with his mother, Christina Marie Waterman. Her vehicle was described as being a tan 2000 Chevy Tahoe with a Tennessee license plate of U4758V.
Anyone with information was asked to call 911 or contact the Michigan State Police Alpena Post at 989-354-4101 or Michigan State Police Operations at 517-241-8000.
UPDATE I: suspect stopped for directions in Indiana.
A woman at the center of a Michigan Amber Alert may have stopped in Indiana to ask for directions, according to Indiana authorities.
24 Hour News 8’s sister station in Indiana reports the woman, 38-year-old Christina Waterman, is believed to have stopped in Delaware County, northeast of Indianapolis, for directions. Authorities told WISH-TV someone advised her to get onto I-70 to head to North Carolina.
In an interview with MLive.com, Lamay said he went to bed Sunday, Aug. 16, around midnight and woke up at 7 a.m. Monday, Aug. 17, unable to find his son.
“He wasn’t playing with toys, and I knew something was wrong,” Lamay said. “I looked all around the house, I looked out the back door, and I noticed the curtain was pulled over the sliding door all the way.
“It’s a feeling you can’t describe. I’m numb.
AMBER ALERT Issued for 21 Month Old Lonzie Barton Missing Since 7/24/15 in Jacksonville, FL (Update: Boyfriend William Ebron Arrested & Charged with Child Neglect)(Amber Alert Canceled, Boy Presumded Dead)
An AMBER ALERT has been issued for 21 month old Lonzie Barton who has been missing since Friday, July 24, 2015 in Jacksonville, Florida. According to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s office, Lonzie Barton reportedly disappeared in an alleged car jacking Friday morning. Deputies said Lonzie was last seen at the Ravenwood Apartments at 8030 Old Kings Road South, wearing only a diaper.
The missing toddler was being watched by the mothers boyfriend while she was at work. Ut-oh, here we go again. The boyfriend, William Ebron, claims that he put the boy in the car, but when he came back to the vehicle after running back into the apartment, it was gone. The car was recovered 15 to 20 minutes later a short distance from the apartment complex and Lonzie was nowhere to be found. WHO IS BUYING THIS STORY?
Missing: Lonzie Barton
The Jacksonville Sheriff said they could not be more worried about Lonzie Barton, the 21-month-old who disappeared in an alleged car jacking early Friday morning.
Dozens of deputies spent Friday searching the Jacksonville neighborhood where 21-month-old Lonzie Barton was last seen.
“We are looking anywhere that we can look to find this child, the longer this goes on that we cannot find this child, the worse the outcome is going to be,” said Jacksonville Sheriff Chief Tom Hackney.
Hackney said the boy was being watched by his mother’s boyfriend while she was at work.
The boyfriend, William Ebron Junior, told police he put Lonzie and his 5-year-old sister in his car to go pick the mother up from work but had to run up to the apartment.
Ebron said when he went downstairs he saw his car being driven away with Lonzie inside of it.
Lonzie Barton is almost two years in age, has blond hair and blue eyes, and weighs about 20 pounds. Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office at 904-630-0500.
It has been one full day since an Amber Alert was issued Friday morning and police began searching for 21-month-old Lonzie Barton.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is searching for the child, who was last seen outside a unit at the Ravenwood apartment complex on South Old Kings Road about 2:20 a.m. Nearly two hours later, police issued an alert for Lonzie, who was believed to be taken during a car theft.
According to Chief Tom Hackney, the mother’s boyfriend, 32-year-old William Ebron, was getting ready to pick up the mother, 25-year-old Lonna Lauramore, from work at Wacko’s Gentlemen’s Club around 2 a.m. He gathered Lonzie and his 5-year-old sister into an orange 1995 Honda Civic.
Friday night police scaled back the search for the evening but as many as 60 detectives are expected to help pick up the search again Saturday morning.
Authorities say a caregiver for a missing Jacksonville toddler has been lying to investigators about the child’s disappearance.
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office told reporters Saturday that 32-year-old William Ebron had been arrested and charged with two counts of child neglect.
Chief Tom Hackney said investigators believe Ebron was lying about the disappearance of his girlfriend’s son, 21-month-old Lonzie Barton.
The car was recovered 15 to 20 minutes later a short distance from the apartment complex and Lonzie was nowhere to be found.
Court records show Lonzie’s mother and Ebron had a rocky relationship. Just two weeks ago she filed a third domestic violence injunction against Ebron.
Hackney said investigators are still treating the case as a child abduction and don’t know whether Lonzie is alive or dead.
He said Ebron is not being cooperative with investigators.
Authorities in north Florida canceled an Amber Alert for a missing 21-month-old boy on Monday and say they are now investigating the disappearance of Lonzie Barton as a homicide.
Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief Tom Hackney released surveillance video during a news conference that shows the car of the mother’s boyfriend, William Ruben Ebron Jr., heading toward where the vehicle was eventually found abandoned and then Ebron running back toward his apartment.
“We’re working this as a murder case,” Hackney said.
Ebron, who lived with Lonzie’s mother, was caring for the boy and his 5-year-old sister when Lonzie disappeared July 24. Ebron initially told police he had left Lonzie in the car with its engine running while Ebron went into the apartment, and the car was gone when he returned, authorities said. The car was quickly recovered, but Lonzie hasn’t been located since.
“His whole explanation is nothing but a load of lies,” Hackney said.
AMBER Alert: Search Continues For 9 Year Old Autistic Boy, Omarion Humphrey, Missing Since 7/4/15 in Davison Township, MI (Update: Found Deceased)
An AMBER ALERT has been issued for 9 year old Omarion Humphrey, who has been missing since July 4, 2015 in Davison Township, Michigan. Omarion Humphrey is severely autistic and does not talk. He was last seen at the Callis Lake Recreational Complex, off North Gale Road between Davison Road and Court Street in Davison Township, at around 6 PM Saturday. Omarion is described as about 4-feet tall and 70 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing only black shorts with a thin, red stripe — no shirt and no shoes.
A search team of hundreds is combing the area around a Genesee County park, looking for a 9-year old boy who disappeared on Independence Day.
An AMBER Alert is in effect for Omarion Humphrey — who goes by the nickname “Mars.” The boy — who is severely autistic and does not talk — was last seen at the Callis Lake Recreational Complex, off North Gale Road between Davison Road and Court Street in Davison Township, at around 6 p.m. Saturday.
Davison Township Police Chief Rick Freeman says the search is covering a wide surrounding area.
Police say Omarion is about 4-feet tall and 70 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was wearing only black shorts with a thin, red stripe — no shirt and no shoes.
“We’re continuing to look for Omarion,” he said. “I said yesterday, I’ll say it again today, we’re going to find him. It’s just a matter of time.”
“But to say how long this is going to take, I just cannot give you that answer.”
Areas are being searched and re-searched, Freeman said. Horses from the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Division were brought in to help Monday. The Genesee County and Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office dive teams have searched the lake multiple times, with no sign of Omarion.
Omarion was spotted on surveillance cameras at the park about 5 p.m. Saturday, July 4, and seen playing near the splash pad, but that was the last sighting. Omarion stands 4 feet tall, weighs 70 pounds and was last seen wearing no shirt, no shoes and black shorts with a red stripe.
When asked if abduction was ruled out, Freeman said, “I haven’t ruled out anything. We’re going into this with an open mind, as we do any investigation.” He did state Sunday there were no signs of abduction.
“It would be negligent on our part to rule out anything at this point,” he said. Police have followed up on tips they’ve received, including some about footprints and clothing, but nothing has panned out at this point in time.
Anyone who may have seen this missing child is asked to immediately call 911 or the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office at 810-732-4720.
UPDATE II: Missing boy found dead in lake.
The state is investigating the Burton agency that oversaw the foster home where Omarion Humphrey was placed, trying to determine if the 9-year-old autistic boy was properly cared for and supervised before his disappearance at a park.
Omarion’s body was found in the lake Friday, July 10, after having been brought to the park by his foster mother, who lost track of the boy during the outing.
Amber Alert Issued for Three Boys (Anthony Bermudez, Kevin Ulizes Bermudez & Elvis Bermudez) and Mother Missing Since 6/26/15 in in Prince George’s County, MD … Abducted By 34 Year Old Mario Bermudez-Chavez (Update: Found Safe)
AMBER ALERT ISSUED IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND …
The Maryland State police have issued an Amber Alert has been issued for three boys and their mother in Prince George’s County, MD. The three boys are 11 year old Anthony Bermudez, 10 year old Kevin Ulizes Bermudezs. 2 year old Elvis Bermudez and their mother, 34 year old Milvian Reyes-Villatoro. The three children and their mother were last seen Friday night, June 26 at approximately 8:40 PM in the 4000 block of 36th Street in Mt. Rainier. According to the police, the children are believed to have been abducted by 34-year-old Mario Bermudez-Chavez. Chavez is described as a Hispanic male standing 6′ feet tall and 220 pounds. He may be wearing a green shirt and khaki pants. They are believed to be traveling in a silver Honda Odyssey van with Maryland tags 3AJ7515c.
Authorities are searching for 34-year-old Milvian Reyes-Villatoro and her three boys: Anthony Mario Bermudez, Kevin Ulizes Bermudez and Elvis Bermudez.
Anthony Bermudez, 11, is 5′ 6″ and weighs 100 pounds. He was last seen wearing an orange shirts and brown shorts.
Kevin Ulizes, 10, is 4 feet and weighs 80 pounds. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt and blue shorts.
Elvis Bermudez, 2, is 2′ 2″ and weighs 40 pounds. He was last seen wearing a green shirt and blue jeans.
Ms. Reyes-Villatoro is 5’7″ and 150 pounds. Additional details of what Reyes-Villatoro was wearing were not immediately available.
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Police ask that anyone with information contact 911 or Prince George’s Country Police Department at 301-699-2601.
UPDATE I: 3 Missing Children, Mother Found Safe.
Three children and their mother, who had been reported missing in Maryland, have been found safe.
Saturday evening, police canceled an Amber Alert for Anthony Bermudez, 11, Kevin Ulizes Bermudez, 10, and Elvis Bermudez, 2; as well as for their mother, Milvian Reyes-Villatoro, 34.
AMBER Alert Issued For 4 Year Old Mia Olarte Missing Since 6/8/15 in the Bronx, NY (Taken by 48 Year Old Dora Olarte During Custodial Visit)(Update: Child Found Safe)
An AMBER ALERT has been issued for 4 year old Mia Olarte missing since Monday, June 8, 2015 in the Bronx New York. Police say the mother, Dora Olarte, walked off with Mia around 5 p.m. Monday during a supervised visit at a foster care center. The four-year-old Bronx girl is reported to have Down syndrome. Currently, the biological mother does not have custody of the child, who presently lives with a foster family. The mother has a mental health history and prior allegations of abuse.
Mia Olarte was last seen around 4:50 p.m. Monday with her mother during a supervised visit at a foster care center on Brown Place, police said.
Her mother, 48-year-old Dora Olarte, then left the location with her daughter, police said. Dora Olarte does not have custody of the child, who currently lives with a foster family, police said.
Detectives say the little girl has Down Syndrome and requires medication. Her mother has a history of mental health issues and there are allegations of abuse, authorities said.
Mia is 2’1? tall and weighs 48 pounds with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a pink shirt and grey pants.
Dora Estella Olarte is a Hispanic female, 5’4? tall, weighs 140 pounds with brown eyes and brown hair. She was last seen wearing a white shirt and blue jeans.
Anyone with information should call 911, or 866-NYS-AMBER. Or you can contact Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS, visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com or text tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.
A 5-year-old girl who had been missing from the Bronx has been found safe, and now her mother is facing charges.
Police canceled an AMBER Alert that was issued for Mia Olarte after police said she was taken by her biological mother, who does not have custody of the child.
The little girl was found in Corona, Queens Tuesday morning and was taken to Elmhurst Hospital for an evaluation. Police said her mother, 48-year-old Dora Olarte, was also located.