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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Zaria Marceo, 7 Parent Abduction 9/1/08 CA

Mother Makes Urgent Plea for Return of Missing Daughter

Written by Jason Lewis, Sentinel Staff Writer, on 09-18-2008 00:00

Father Primary Suspect in Child's Disappearance

Racquel Butler has been franticly searching for the whereabouts of her seven-year-old daughter Zaria Marceo, who has been missing since September 1.

Zaria spends every other weekend with her father, Dahnje Marceo, who was supposed to drop Zaria off at the police station for Butler to pickup. Marceo never showed up with Zaria, and they have not been seen since.

Butler and Marceo separated before Zaria was born, and Butler has claimed that Marceo has been making her and Zaria’s lives a struggle ever since. Butler claims that Marceo can be abusive, and that Zaria has expressed that she did not want to spend weekends with her father.

Butler was awarded full custody of Zaria, who attends Baldwin Hills Elementary School. Butler claims that Marceo not only harasses her, but also her 17 year-old son, who has a different father.

It would appear that Marceo might have help because he is a triple amputee, and according to Butler, he is unemployed. He does not pay child support. Butler says that Marceo has ties in the Belizean community, and in the past has threatened to take Zaria to Belize.

Butler cried out for community help at a tearful press conference in front of the Sentinel.

“If anybody sees her, please, please call the police, please return her safe,” Butler said. “Just call 9-1-1. He might be violent.

Since he is a triple amputee his mind is starting to deteriorate. He’s kind of a danger to others. If you see him do not approach him. Just follow him and call the police.”

Residents with tips on the case can contact the Los Angeles Police Department’s South West Division at (213) 485-2586.

“We’d like the public’s help in locating this child,” said Detective Allen.

“Anyone would want their child returned to them if they were missing. This is somebody who would definitely stick out in the community if you saw him.”

Marceo is missing both legs and one arm. He has artificial limbs and is using public transportation to travel.

Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks secured a $25,000 reward for information that leads to returning Zaria home safely.

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Amanda White,Jeremiah York AMBER Alert, 10/16/08 MI.

Police Issue Amber Alert for Missing Teens
Teens May Have Suicide Pact

Last Edited: Thursday, 16 Oct 2008, 2:55 PM EDT

Created: Thursday, 16 Oct 2008, 2:55 PM EDT

Farmington Hills Police and Canton Police are investigating the case of a runaway 17-yr-old male from Canton and a runaway 15-yr-old female from Farmington Hills. Police have issued an Amber Alert on the 15-yr-old female.

They believe the couple may harm themselves and that they may have made a suicide pact.

They both attend school at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park. They were last seen after school Wednesday.

The girl was last seen at the school around 3pm, and the boy received a call and left his house in Canton around 3:30pm.

The girl's name is Amanda Joy White, and she's described as a white female, 15 years old, about 5'4" 120 lbs, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans with white stitching, flat style shoes and a camouflage backpack.

The boy's name is Jeremiah Andrew York. He's described as a white male, 5'11" 135 lbs, with curly brown hair. He was seen wearing a red hooded zip-up sweathshirt with skateboards on it, and black sweatpants.

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Jessica Alvarez, AMBER Alert, Unk Abductor 10/16/08 NJ

Jessica Alvarez, AMBER Alert, Unk Abductor 10/16/08 NJ

ELIZABETH, N.J. (CBS) ― An Amber Alert has been issued in New Jersey for a 3-year-old girl allegedly abducted while she was shopping with her mother in Elizabeth, CBS 2 has learned.

State Police say at about 11 a.m. Thursday, the victim, identified as Jessica Alexandra Alvarez, was seen on surveillance video being led out of a store at the Unique Thrift Store on 116 Broad Street by an unidentified woman while the girl's mother was shopping.

Alvarez is described as a Hispanic girl standing 3-feet tall and weighing 30 pounds. She was last seen wearing a white hooded sweatshirt, a white t-shirt with a picture of a dog or cat on the front, and tan/beige pants.
She also has a gold chain with her name (Jessica) on it and her hair is in pigtails. The child only speaks Spanish.

The suspect is described as a black female, in her late 40s or 50s, about 135 pounds, with long curly black hair believed to be a wig, and wearing a teal/blue/green jacket and a dark colored shirt.

There is no vehicle involved at this time.

If you have any information regarding this abduction you are urged to call 911 immediately.

Dial 9-1-1 to report any information regarding this abduction.
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