A Morgan Nick Amber Alert has been issued for 2 year old Malik Drummond. The toddler has been missing since Sunday night, November 23, 2014 in Searcy, Arkansas. Malik was last seen around 5:45 pm on Sunday at his home in the 700 block of West Park Avenue around 6:30 pm. Malik is considered autistic and appears to have walked away from his home. The level two alert was activated early Monday morning according to Arkansas State Police.
Malik is autistic, and was last seen in his bedroom around 5:45 p.m.
He’s described as 3 feet tall, 40 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue shirt and brown pants with stripes.
Anyone with information should call 911 or the Searcy Police Department at (501) 268-353.
Police, firefighters, neighbors, friends, and family members continue the search for missing 2-year-old Malik Drummond into the late night and early morning hours.
Police say the little boy walked away from his home on the 700 block of West Park Avenue around 6:30 Sunday night.
The FBI has joined in on the search for Malik Drummond, a 2-year-old boy who was been missing since Sunday night. Arkansas State Police issued a Morgan Nick Amber Alert on the night of his disappearance.
Volunteers are now searching a creek on the other side of Beebe Capps Expressway for any signs of the child. The Searcy Police Department has moved their command post to the St. Mary Church at Park Avenue and Sowell Street; this is where volunteers need to go first before joining the search.
UPDATE II: Missing child’s father: “Just bring my son home”.
The father, mother, and grandmother of the missing toddler spoke to KATV on Monday. With Malik missing for more than 24 hours, the family says they are getting desperate.
“He’s so little, you know? He doesn’t know his way around, and he doesn’t have nothing on but a t-shirt and some pants and shoes…that’s it,” Malik’s mother Tanya Drummond said.
Malik’s father, Jeff Clifton, experienced the loss of a child almost ten years ago. He says that nightmare is haunting him again.
“The main thing is for him to be home safe, it’s not to get anybody in trouble. The main thing is to just bring my son home,” Clifton said.
THV11 spoke with the boy’s mother who said she’s not giving out hope. Tanya Drummond was with her mother and some other family members at the volunteer checkpoint Tuesday evening.
The mood had changed since Monday night, and many people THV11 spoke with are now thinking the child did not wander away from the home by himself.
Drummond said, “We think he was kidnapped, but we’re not sure. Worse comes to worst, that’s what we think.”
If you have any information on the missing child call Searcy Police at 501-268-3531.
12 Year Old Jasmine Baker Missing Since 11/11/14 in Nottingham, MD (Update: Found Safe in North Carolina)(Update: 32 Year Old Victor Arroyo Charged with Kidnapping & Rape)
12 year old Jasmine Baker has been missing since Tuesday, November 11, 2014 in Nottingham, Maryland. The 12 year old missing girl was last seen on Tuesday morning at about 7:30 when she left her home in the 4200 block of Soth Avenue and walking toward Perry Hall Middle School. According to accounts, the walk is a very short distance from Jasmine’s home to school; however, she never made it to the school. Jasmine’s mom, Tina Baker, said called the school when her daughter didn’t come home after school. The school stated, Jasmine was absent that day. WHAT? Do you mean in this day and age all schools do not call parents when a child is absent? This is a middle school.
Jasmine was last seen wearing blue jeans and a brown jacket. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall, about 175 pounds with blue eyes and long brown hair that has red and blonde streaks. The incident is being investigated by the Baltimore County Police Crimes Against Children Unit.
Missing: Jasmine Baker
Police said Jasmine Baker was last seen around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday leaving her home in the 4200 block of Soth Avenue and walking toward Perry Hall Middle School, where she is a sixth-grade student.
Jasmine’s parents said their daughter usually takes a left onto Deborah Avenue and then crosses Joppa Road to get on school grounds.
“She just left for school, and everything was fine. She said goodbye to her mother and told her she loved her and never made it school,” said Jasmine’s dad, Robert Baker.
Jasmine was last seen wearing blue jeans and a brown jacket. She is 5 feet 5 inches tall, about 175 pounds with blue eyes and long brown hair that has red and blonde streaks. Police said she is known to be very active on social media.
The FBI said Wednesday it has joined the search for a missing 12-year-old girl from the Nottingham area of Baltimore County.
A North Carolina man has been charged with the kidnapping of a Perry Hall girl. Monday, he made his first court appearance where he is facing kidnapping and rape charges.
Thirty-two-year-old Victor Arroyo is being charged with kidnapping and first degree rape of 12-year-old Jasmine Baker. Arroyo spoke through a translator, saying, “I didn’t do nothing” and was then advised by the judge not to say anything else.
Police say the 12-year-old was known for communicating with older men on her iPod Touch and X-Box. Investigators were able to find Arroyo by tracking the girl’s internet activity. The FBI found Jasmine with Arroyo Friday and arrested him the following day.
Jasmine Leighlin Baker, a sixth-grader student at Perry Hall Middle School, was last seen at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday when she left her home on the 4200 block of Soth Avenue to walk to school, police say.
When she did not return home in the afternoon, her mother called the school and was told the girl was absent that day.
If anyone has any information on Jasmine Baker’s whereabouts, please call police at 410-307-2020 or the FBI at 410-265-8080.
UPDATE III: Missing 12 Year-Old Jasmine Bakerl Found Safe In N.C.
A missing 12-year-old girl has been found safe.
Jasmine Baker–missing since Tuesday–was found alive, according to Baltimore County Police.
Authorities say Baker was located at 10:30 p.m. in Raleigh, North Carolina by federal officers. She appears unharmed.
Authorities say Baker was located at 10:30 p.m. in Raleigh, North Carolina by federal officers. She appears unharmed. FBI agents found her with a man, thanks to clues from her iPod and X-Box.
A missing 12-year-old girl has been found safe.
Jasmine Baker–missing since Tuesday–was found alive, according to Baltimore County Police.
She was taken to a nearby hospital for examination.
22 Year Old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither Missing Since 11/2/14 in Philadelphia, PA … Abducted In the City’s Germantown Section Sunday Night Caught on VIDEO (Update: Missing Philadelphia Woman found in Maryland)(Update: Delven Barnes Arrested)
22 year old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither is missing after her apparent abduction that was caught on surveillance video. Carlesha Freeland-Gaither was last seen around 9:40 p.m. Sunday, November 2, 2014 in the 100 block of West Coulter Street in the Germantown section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Freeland-Gaither is described as a black female, five feet, three inches tall, 125 pounds with brown eyes. Police say she has braided hair and has a tattoo on her lower back, and was last seen wearing a light blue jean jacket, a gray and white sweater, carrying a black backpack.
Police in Philadelphia have released dramatic video of a suspect apparently abducting a woman in the city’s Germantown section Sunday night.
Twenty-two-year-old Carlesha Freeland-Gaither was last seen around 9:40 p.m. Sunday in the 100 block of West Coulter Street, reports CBS Philly. A witness said the woman was yelling for help as a man forced her into a dark-colored sedan.
Surveillance video released Monday by Philadelphia police shows a man driving down a street, parking his car and walking a short distance out of the camera’s view, back towards the direction from which he came. He’s then seen apparently chasing a woman across the street before grabbing her and forcing her down the block and into the car.
Freeland-Gaither tries to break free as the man works to open the rear driver’s side door on a 2000 model dark gray metallic Ford Taurus with missing inspection stickers. They both tumble onto the sidewalk, but the woman is unable to get away.
She’s thrown into the back of the car and the vehicle rocks back-and-forth for about 30 seconds before it pulls away. During that time, police said the woman broke out the both rear windows of the car trying to escape.
Another car can be seen driving up the street as the struggle takes place, but eventually backs out of the street.
A witness told NBC10 he walked past the woman shortly before hearing her scream. He then ran back to find her being forced into the sedan.
There is now a $15,000 reward offered in the search for Carlesha Freeland-Gaither.
The Fraternal Order of Police put an additional $5,000 Tuesday saying if an arrest is made today, they will pay up immediately.
Philadelphia Police have launched a full-scale investigation into the abduction on West Coulter Street in Germantown.
“Just let my daughter go. Whatever it takes, I don’t care. Just let her go,” father Carl Freeland said.
Authorities have found the woman abducted in Philadelphia alive in Maryland, and they have arrested a man in connection with the investigation, police and the FBI announced Wednesday evening.
FBI Philadelphia Special Agent in Charge Ed Hanko announced at 7 p.m. Wednesday that a tip to their Richmond office led investigators to identify an individual and his car, which they tracked to the 7200 block of Waterloo Road in Jessup.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives went to the location, which was a shopping center parking lot, and said agents immediately recognized the car as the one for which they’d been looking.
“It did have the right rear window kicked out of it, which was similar to the information that we received from the Philadelphia Police Department,” said ATF agent Timothy Jones.
“Tonight, the FBI and Philadelphia Police Department have great news that Carlesha Freeland has been rescued, her abductor has been arrested in Maryland,” Special Agent Hanko said.
The suspect is identified as 37-year-old Delvin Barnes.
Barnes is currently being held on a warrant based out of Charles City County, Virginia sheriff’s office for attempted capital murder, assault, malicious injury with acid, explosive, or fire.
Hanko says he will then be charged federally with crimes in Philadelphia
Anyone with information is asked to call the Philadelphia Police. Tipsters in Philadelphia should call 911, and those outside of the city should call 215-686-TIPS.
10 Year Old Alexandra Greenwall Missing Since 10/30/14 in Rio Rancho, NM (Update: FBI & National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Join Search)(Update: Alexandra Greenwall Returned Home Safely)
10 year old Alexandra Greenwall has been missing since Thursday, October 30, 2014 in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Alexandra was last seen at her home in the neighborhood of Western Hills and Idaho Creek. when her parents tucked her into bed Wednesday night around 10:00. However, when they awoke, she was gone. Hmm … Greenwall’s family says it appears she changed out of her pajamas in the middle of the night, stuffed a set of clothes into her backpack and took off through the family’s back door. Just curious, how would they know that?
Alexandra Greenwall’s mother believes that her daughter may be on her way to her dad’s house in Madrid or may be wandering the neighborhood.
Alexandra Greenwall is a 10-year-old white female, light complexion, freckles and long dark hair. According to information from the police, she was possibly wearing pink tennis shoes but no other clothing description is available.
Missing – Alexandra Greenwall
Alexandra Greenwall’s mom says she put 10-year-old Alexandra to bed at around 10:00 Wednesday night and that was the last time she saw her. Greenwall’s family says it appears she changed out of her pajamas in the middle of the night, stuffed a set of clothes into her backpack and took off through the family’s back door.
Her mom says she may have run away because she was mad at them for punishing her. She says just Wednesday they took away some of her stuffed animals because she wasn’t behaving.
She believes Greenwall may be on her way to her dad’s house in Madrid or may be wandering the neighborhood. Rio Rancho police have been searching all day for her, looking in neighbor’s backyards and homes and showing everyone that passes through the neighborhood her picture.
“Horrified and just at a loss I have no idea what to think I just want to hope for the best and hope that she’s hiding somewhere and that she’s ok and I just hope to god that nobody has taken her,” Greenwall’s mother Katherine Allen said.
The mother told the station the girl may have run away because she was mad because she had been punished. The mother told the station she believes Alexandra may be wandering the neighborhood or on the way to her father’s house in Madrid, New Mexico, about 60 miles away from her home in Rio Rancho.
The FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are now involved in the case.
Greenwall’s mother Katherine Allen told the station she was “horrified and just at a loss.”
“I have no idea what to think I just want to hope for the best and hope that she’s hiding somewhere and that she’s okay and I just hope to god that nobody has taken her,” Allen said.
UPDATE III: Missing Rio Rancho girl returns home safely.
Alexandra Greenwall has returned home safely.
Rio Rancho Police said the 10-year-old girl returned to her home Saturday evening around 7 p.m.
It’s unclear at this time where she went. Officers will conduct an interview with Greenwall to determine here whereabouts during her disappearance.
If anyone has any information regarding Alexandra Greenwall’s whereabouts, please call call 505-891-7226.
Three Missing American Teenage Girls from Denver, CO Detained by FBI in Germany in Attempting to Join ISIS
It started out as a missing persons runaway report, with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, and then turned into something more bizarre and sinister …
Three America teens from Denver, Colorado who were reported missing have been found. According to FOX News, the three teens have been detained by the FBI in Germany attempting to travel to Syria to join ISIS.
Reported by VOA, the girls had vanished from their homes last week and traveled from Colorado to Chicago, and then Frankfurt. The girls have not been identified, but law enforcement officials said two are sisters, 15 and 17 years old, and one is 16 years old. The two sisters are from Somalia and the 16 year old is from Sudan.
The FBI says it is investigating the possibility that three American teenage girls were attempting to join the Islamic State in Syria when they were detained in Germany.
A law enforcement source told Fox News Tuesday that the girls are home in Colorado after they were tracked down in Frankfurt. The three girls are all under the age of 18 and are not expected to face charges. Two of the girls are of Somali descent and one is of Sudanese descent, according to the source.
ABC News reported that a law enforcement official said the girls were planning to travel to Syria to join militant groups. The official told ABC News the teenagers planned “to fulfill what they believe is some vision that has been put out on a slick media campaign.”
This is part of a worrisome trend of “disaffected youth” who are being radicalized, the official said, pointing to the wider phenomenon of foreign fighters converging on the conflict in the region.
There have been other cases of high school age kids trying to get to Syria that haven’t been made public, the official said.
The girls were persuaded to travel overseas and were in contact with someone in Germany, the official said, noting that someone close to them notified authorities.
They were turned around and sent back to the United States, the official said, noting that because they are minors it remains unclear whether they will be charged with anything or be “arrested.”
The FBI has spoken to the teens and interviewed their families, and the agency said at this point they are not facing any charges. WHAT!!! HOW ARE THEY NOT FACING ANY CHARGES!!! WHY, BECAUSE THEY ARE TEEN GIRLS?
15 Year Old Rebecca “Becky” Kemper Missing Since 9/23/14 in Bucyrus, OH (Update: Found Unharmed in Mansfield, OH)
15 year old Rebecca Kemper has been missing since September 23, 2014 in Bucyrus, Ohio. Becky Kemper was last seen Tuesday night at approximately 10:30 on September 23 in her family’s home on Crestline Road. When Becky Kemper’s mother went to her daughter’s bedroom, she noticed that the window was open and her daughter was gone.The FBI has joined the search for Kemper and has stated that she does not have a history of running away and at this point they don’t know if she left willingly or if she’s in danger. Authorities have said that Rebecca Kemper had been speaking with a man in Marion prior to her disappearance.
Officials said Becky’s mother noticed her daughter was not home and found an opened window that had previously been closed.
Police believe the teen is not a runaway and does not have a history of running away.
Officials describe her as 5′ and weighs 180 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen wearing a blue pajama set.
FBI and Marion County authorities won’t comment on why the vehicle belonging to a missing 15-year-old girl from Bucyrus was towed from the family’s home Friday afternoon.
When asked if Marion County authorities could comment, a spokesperson said, “Not at this point. I can’t.”
Speaking at a news conference, authorities did say they had believed that Rebecca “Becky” Kemper, 15, had been speaking with a man in Marion prior to her disappearance. They say he’s since been contacted and not identified as a suspect or person of interest.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of missing Rebecca Kemper , please contact the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office at 419-562-7906. Tips can remain anonymous
Kemper was found when the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office and the Mansfield office of the Federal Bureau of Investigations followed up on a lead from this weekend.
Shortly after 4 p.m. Monday, FBI agents reported that they had located Kemper at 146 S. Main St., Apt. 1, in Mansfield. Kemper will be reunited with her mother, officials said.
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6 Year Old Jenise Paulette Wright Missing in Bremerton, WA … Last Seen 10 PM Saturday Night 8/2/14, Not Reported Missing Until 10 PM 8/3/14 … Missing Person Case with “Suspicious Circumstances”(Update: Found Deceased)
Six year old Jenise Paulette Wright has was reported missing Sunday night at 10 PM on August 3, 2014 in Bremerton, Washington; however, had not been seen since 10 PM on Saturday night. She had last been seen by members of the family when she went to bed at her home in the 1400 block of Northeast Steele Creek Drive in East Bremerton. Jenise is is a mixed race of Caucasian and Filipino, 3 feet tall, weighs 45 pounds and has black hair. The search for Jenise began at about 1:30 a.m. Monday with deputies and volunteers in and around the Steele Creek Mobile Home Park. Searchers who were looking for Jenise Paulette Wright, including two tracking canines and a cadaver dog, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson stated that Child Protective Services took an 8-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl from the home Monday morning. Authorities are calling the little girl’s disappearance a missing person case with “suspicious circumstances.” Hmm, how do you not know where your six year old child is for 24 hours in this day and age?
Deputies and volunteers searched Monday for a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her Washington home and wasn’t reported missing for a day, while state child welfare workers removed two other children from the residence.
Child Protective Services took an 8-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl from the home Monday morning, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said.
Meanwhile, three dozen searchers were looking for Jenise Paulette Wright, including two tracking canines and a cadaver dog, he said.
Jenise was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. Her family noticed her missing Sunday morning but didn’t become worried and call for help until that night because she had left the home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood.
The missing girl’s parents have agreed to take a polygraph test.
The parents of a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her Washington home and wasn’t reported missing for a day have agreed to take lie detector tests and allow a search of the home, a sheriff’s spokesman said Monday.
Both the home search and lie detector tests were in progress late Monday, Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said. He said he doubted he would be able to discuss results.
The little girl’s disappearance was being called a missing person case with “suspicious circumstances,” Wilson said. Most missing children would have surfaced by now, he said.
Investigators, who now include the FBI and detectives from nearby police agencies and the Washington State Patrol, are “looking at the entire spectrum of possibilities: has the child sustained an accident? Has the child been abducted? Has the child come to harm?” Wilson said.
The FBI has resources “that we can only dream about — investigative tools, personnel that specialize in child abduction,” Wilson said. “We’re not calling it an abduction, but why not get those resources early on, examine all the possibilities.”
Jenise Paulette Wright : Pic- NBC News
According to her family, Jenise has left their home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood with siblings or friends, but checks in every few hours. When the family awakened Sunday morning and she wasn’t in the house, they assumed she was somewhere in the neighborhood.
“She is a social butterfly, she’s the youngest, she’s a spoiled little brat, and she’s the princess of the household and she gets her way most times than the others and the older ones can’t stand it,” said the girl’s father, Jim Wright.
Police said the family became concerned when they hadn’t heard from Jenise by 8:30 p.m. Jim Wright said when she didn’t show up for dinner, he organized a search and began going door to door in the mobile home park. When they couldn’t find her, they called 911 at 9:55 p.m. on Sunday, call records show.
As dog teams scoured the Washington state mobile home park where she lived, police searched cars and checked identification at the entrance to the community. But on Tuesday the entrance was closed completely to non-residents and the FBI stepped in to take over the search.
“This is heartwrenching. Our hearts just go out for this little girl, and were going to do everything we can to find her,” Kitsap County Steve Boyer told reporters Tuesday. “We’re going to hope for the very best.”
Investigators are going door to door, asking to search every trailer and out-building in the mobile home park, and were halfway done with the sweep by Tuesday afternoon. They said they would request search warrants for all who don’t comply voluntarily.
UPDATE II: James Wright, Father of Missing 6 Year Old Jenise Paulette Wright, Previously Charged with Molesting his Then 8 year-Old Stepdaughter.
Anyone with information about the girl’s location is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office via the Kitsap County Central Communications at 360-308-5400.
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Stand Off Continues as Armed Man With Child Hostages Barricaded Inside South Trenton, New Jersey Home (Killed Girlfriend & One Child) … Family Member ID Deceased Woman as Carmen Kelly (Update: Standoff Over)
The Hostage Standoff Continues in Trenton, NJ …
As reported by Reuters, an armed man with multiple hostages remained barricaded inside his South Ward home in Trenton, New Jersey, on Saturday after a standoff with law enforcement negotiators overnight. On Friday, officers were checking on the house. Police were called to the home before 3 p.m. Friday on reports that a man had barricaded himself inside and had discovered the partially decomposed body of the man’s girlfriend. However, they pulled back when they saw he had a gun. The Times of Trenton reported that one of the woman’s children was killed and that the man was holding three more of her children inside the house.
The newspaper also reported that one of the woman’s children was killed and that the man was holding three more of her children inside the house. A fifth child, age 19, was reportedly safe at another location with relatives.
Trenton Police Lieutenant Edelmiro Gonzalez told Reuters late on Friday that officers responding for a wellness check on someone at the house on Friday afternoon had encountered a man who barricaded himself inside.
He declined to confirm the girlfriend’s death or whether anyone else in the house had been killed. The identity of the suspect has not been released.
UPDATE I: The hostage sstandoff has now continued for over 20 hours. The man’s identity has not yet been released; however, State police were assisting in the response by providing a SWAT team, arson bomb unit, K-9 bomb unit, and hostage negotiators, said Sgt. Adam Grossman.
UPDATE II: 2 dead in New Jersey hostage standoff.
Law enforcement sources told The Times the suspect, who is not the father of the children, killed their mother and her fourth child prior to police arrival. A family member identified the woman as Carmen Kelly, 42, a mother of five.
Her cousin, Ray Kelly, said she had been living at the house on the 200 block of Grand Street with the man for about two months with her children.
Carmen Kelly’s oldest child, a 19-year-old autistic son, is safe with relatives, Ray Kelly said. Carmen Kelly also has two daughters, ages 17 and 14, along with a son in his early teens and a 4-year-old boy. Ray Kelly had not been told which of the children had been killed.
UPDATE III: After 3-day standoff with gunman in Trenton, 3 kids safe. Press Conference to take place Sunday morning.
A standoff with an armed man who took multiple hostages inside a Trenton home has ended, and three children are safe, police said early Sunday.
“The Trenton hostage situation is resolved, the three children are safe, and the area is secure,” state police Sgt. Adam Grossman told The Associated Press, delivering a joint statement also from Trenton police and county prosecutors.
Grossman said the standoff ended at 3:45 a.m. Sunday but refused to reveal any more details, including how it ended, what became of the gunman, any information about the children, and if there were any other hostages.