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The search is continuing for eight year old Sandra Cantu who is missing from Tracy, California. She is among the (18) 8-year-old children Case Type: Endangered Missing listed at the NCMEC.  However, she is the only one not believed to be with a non-custodial parent or grandparent.

Sandra Cantu
Missing Since: 3/27/09
Age Now: 8
Missing from: Tracy, Ca

Of the (55)  missing children, currently 8-years-old, listed at the NCMEC most are victims of  Case Type: Family Abductions. Often viewed differently by some because the abduction involves a family member, yesterday’s tragic deaths of Duncan and Jack Connolly at the hands of their father reminds us how volatile these relationships may be.

Two of the children, both missing since 2001, are victims of  Case Type: Non-Family Abduction

Jarkeius Adside
Missing Since: 10/18/01
Age Now: 8
Missing from: Miami, Fl

Jacqueline Vasquez
Missing Since: 5/6/01
Age Now: 8
Missing from: Avondale, Az

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Recently AMBER Alerts were issued for  Haleigh Cummings and  Dominick Wesley Arceneaux .

There are 17 victims of Non-Family Abductions listed for Florida at the NCME.  Most of them are cases where the child is now well over 18-years-old however, they went missing prior to turning 18 and thus still listed. These are the children under 18 years of age.

Case Type: Non-Family Abduction

Jarkeius Adside
Missing Since: 10/18/01
Age Now: 8
Missing from: Miami, Fl

Bryan Dossantos-Gomes
Missing Since: 12/1/06
Age Now: 2
Missing from: Fort Myers, Fl

Trenton J Duckett
Missing Since: 8/27/06
Age Now: 4
Missing from: Leesburg, Fl

Kamiyah Mobley
Missing Since: 7/10/98
Age Now: 10
Missing from: Jacksonville, Fl

Case Type: Missing

Dalay Toranzo
Missing Since: 8/15/08
Age Now: 6
Missing from: Miami Gardens, Fl

Arianna Rice
Missing Since: 11/16/05
Age Now: 5
Missing from: Fort Myers, Fl

In Arkansas, the only child listed as a victim of a Case Type: Non-Family Abduction is Morgan Nick.

Morgan Chauntel Nick
Missing Since: 6/9/95
Age Now: 20
Missing from: Alma, Ar

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Morgan Nick AMBER Alert activated

Missing from Satsuma Florida

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A week after he was reported missing, America’s Most Wanted will air the story of a missing Immakolee, Fl. Authorities do not believe he was abducted but instead wandered off after playing with friends.

Adji Desir:

a 6-year-old developmentally disabled Florida boy, has been missing since Saturday, Jan. 11, 2009. Police need your help to bring him home to his family.

 

Jarkeius Adside
Missing Since: 10/18/01
Age Now: 8
Missing from: Miami, Fl

Amy Billig
Missing Since: 3/5/74
Age Now: 52
Missing from: Coconut Grove, Fl

Bryan Dossantos-Gomes
Missing Since: 12/1/06
Age Now: 2
Missing from: Fort Myers, Fl

Trenton J Duckett
Missing Since: 8/27/06
Age Now: 4
Missing from: Leesburg, Fl

Keith Dean Fleming
Missing Since: 4/28/77
Age Now: 45
Missing from: Cocoa Beach, Fl

Tinze Lucinda Huels
Missing Since: 10/27/84
Age Now: 41
Missing from: Hillsborough County, Fl

Danny Randall Jackson
Missing Since: 8/25/89
Age Now: 31
Missing from: Gainesville, Fl

Maurice Laron Jefferson
Missing Since: 11/30/83
Age Now: 41
Missing from: Fort Lauderdale, Fl

Martha Jean Lambert
Missing Since: 11/27/85
Age Now: 35
Missing from: Elkton, Fl

Katheryne Lugo
Missing Since: 1/8/94
Age Now: 19
Missing from: Riviera Beach, Fl

Jennifer Sophia Marteliz
Missing Since: 11/15/82
Age Now: 33
Missing from: Tampa, Fl

Kamiyah Mobley
Missing Since: 7/10/98
Age Now: 10
Missing from: Jacksonville, Fl

Mary Opitz
Missing Since: 1/16/81
Age Now: 45
Missing from: Fort Myers, Fl

Colleen Emily Orsborn
Missing Since: 3/19/84
Age Now: 39
Missing from: Daytona Beach, Fl


Dorothy Delilah Scofield

Missing Since: 7/22/76
Age Now: 45
Missing from: Ocala, Fl

Jason Townsend
Missing Since: 5/20/80
Age Now: 32
Missing from: Fort Lauderdale, Fl

Angela Loraine Westberry
Missing Since: 12/1/84
Age Now: 41
Missing from: Jacksonville, Fl

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It is a term you often hear from law enforcement regarding missing children. In the disappearance of Adji Desir there has been no shortage of manpower by authorities in their efforts to find him. But if there is even a fifty-fifty chance he may have been abducted, should an AMBER Alert be issued?

When an AMBER Alert is activated it may only reach a portion of the general public. There are four active AMBER Alerts in Fl. where the child was believed to have been abducted or missing under suspicious circumstances. Should there have been five?

FBI, John Walsh join search for 6-year-old Adji of Immokalee

A 17-person FBI Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team is tracking down leads in the search for 6-year-old Adji Desir of Immokalee.

QuantcastLocal, state and federal officials continue investigating the possibility the boy – missing since Saturday – was abducted.

On Thursday, the number of officers searching for Adji doubled to 300 and the search area in all directions expanded an additional 4 square miles to 16.

AMBER Plan Statistics

Successful Recoveries 432
Total Plans Nationwide 120
Statewide Plans 53
Regional Plans 29
Local Plans 38

Updated December 5, 2008

An AMBER Alert wasn’t issued for Adji Desir because he was believed to have wandered off and not to have been abducted. Now there is speculation he may have been abducted as he has been missing five days.

Trenton Duckett (Click to view the flyer)

Missing since: 8/27/2006

Trenton was last seen in the area of Lady Lake Saturday afternoon. He was last seen wearing a shirt, blue denim shorts, and no shoes. Anyone seeing Trenton’s mother, or her vehicle in the vicinity of the Ocala National Forest or the Orlando area on Saturday or Sunday 08/26/2006 or 08/27/2006 is urged to call. Trenton is biracial; he is Asian and white.

Zachary Bernhardt (Click to view the flyer)

Missing since:  9/11/2000

Zachary was last known to be sleeping in his bed on the night of September 10, 2000. At approximately 4 a.m. on September 11, 2000, he was discovered missing, and is missing under suspicious circumstances. He goes by the nickname Zach. He has a scar under his chin, a scar between his eyes on the bridge of his nose, and on the right side of his top lip

Jarkeius Adside (Click to view the flyer)

Missing since: 10/18/2001

Jarkeius was abducted by three unknown males during an early morning home invasion robbery.

Bryan Dossantos-Gomes (Click to view the flyer)

Missing since:  12/1/2006

Bryan was last seen in the area of Estero, Florida. He may be in the company of a heavyset white/Hispanic female, approximately 28-30 years old, long straight black hair, wearing blue jeans and a black blouse. They may be traveling in a two door black Ford Explorer SUV. The companion is armed and should be considered dangerous.

 

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Jarkeuis Adside

Jarkeius was abducted by three unknown males during an early morning home invasion robbery.

Zachary Michael-Cole Bernhardt

Zachary was last known to be sleeping in his bed on the night of September 10, 2000. At approximately 4 a.m. on September 11, 2000, he was discovered missing, and is missing under suspicious circumstances. He goes by the nickname Zach. He has a scar under his chin, a scar between his eyes on the bridge of his nose, and on the right side of his top lip.

Bryan Dossantos-Gomes

Bryan was last seen in the area of Estero, Florida. He may be in the company of a heavyset White Hispanic female with long straight black hair, wearing blue jeans and a black blouse. They may be traveling in a dark blue or black two door Chevy Blazer or Ford Explorer with dark peeling window tint. The vehicle may contain a baby seat. The companion is armed and should be considered dangerous.

Trenton Duckett

Trenton was last seen in the area of Lady Lake Saturday afternoon. He was last seen wearing a shirt, blue denim shorts, and no shoes. Anyone seeing Trenton’s mother, or her vehicle in the vicinity of the Ocala National Forest or the Orlando area on Saturday or Sunday 08/26/2006 or 08/27/2006 is urged to call. Trenton is biracial; he is Asian and white.

Note: Father and son found, Amber Alert canceled

According to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, police received an anonymous tip from someone who saw a vehicle that matched what they had seen on a billboard in the area that displayed information related to the Amber Alert.

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There are 169 missing children listed at the NCMEC for the State of Florida. The Case Type: Non Family Abduction has 18 “children” listed with the youngest being 1-year-old Bryan DosSantos-Gomes, 3-year old Trenton Duckett, 7-year-old Jarkeius Adside and 9-year-old  Kamiyah Mobley  (abducted as an infant). The rest are over 18 with the oldest being 51-year-old Amy Billig, who went missing in 1974.

Rilyah Wilson  is listed as Case Type: Endangered Missing and is one of  434 missing in the “care” of the State.

News Release

FDLE and Partners Commemorate National AMBER Alert Awareness Day

~ North Florida Child Abduction Response Team is first in country to earn national certification ~

January 11, 2008

Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey joined Florida’s local, state, federal, and private partners today to commemorate National AMBER Alert Awareness Day. Each year, on January 13, the U.S. Department of Justice remembers the abduction and brutal murder of nine-year-old Amber Hagerman that occurred 12 years ago in Texas, and for whom the AMBER plan was named after.   During today’s commemoration, the U.S. Department of Justice formerly recognized the North Florida Child Abduction Response Team (CART) as the first team in the country to earn national certification. 

“In a child abduction, time is a key factor,” said Commissioner Bailey.  “The AMBER program and Florida’s CART teams focus on responding fast, responding efficiently, and drawing in the right resources.  This program is our best chance for a positive resolution – that’s already been proven.”

To earn certification, CART teams must meet rigorous performance standards in such areas as rapid activation and response, Incident Command Structure, command post operations and leads tracking. The certification comes following the North Florida team’s full-scale exercise in October that was observed by assessors from Fox Valley Technical College.  Fox Valley is contracted by the Justice Department to train and assess CART teams throughout the United States. 

Administrator Robert Flores with the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention said, “I applaud the efforts of so many communities, and particularly the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, for playing a leadership role in creating a safer environment for children and developing appropriate responses to abducted children.”
Florida first created Child Abduction Response Teams in 2005 and now has 13 teams in place across the state.  CART is a multi-agency team designed to immediately mobilize assistance and investigative resources to the lead investigative agency when a child goes missing under suspicious circumstances.  In 2005, Florida’s CART teams received the prestigious ChoicePoint Award from the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

In conjunction with National AMBER Awareness Day, advertisers with the Florida Outdoor Advertising Association have donated space this weekend on 43 digital billboard displays located throughout the state. In addition, the Florida Department of Transportation and Florida Highway Patrol will be promoting the awareness day on their road signs and the Florida Lottery will display messages on their 13,000 lottery machines.

Each year, approximately 49,000 children are reported missing in Florida, with the majority of those being runaways. In 2007, the FDLE Missing Children Information Clearinghouse issued 11 AMBER Alerts. Since the program’s inception in 2000, 42 children have been located as a direct result.

When a child goes missing, the public plays a vital role in helping law enforcement to safely recover that child. FDLE, in conjunction with the Division of Emergency Management and the Florida Association of Broadcasters, Inc., established the Florida AMBER Plan in 2000. Florida was the second state in the nation to take the partnership for AMBER Alerts statewide. Since that time, the AMBER Plan has expanded to include billboards, dynamic road signs and lottery machines.  More than 23,000 citizens have signed up at www.missingchildrenalert.com to receive AMBER Alerts via e-mail and cell phone text messages.  There is no charge to receive alerts.

To learn more about Florida’s AMBER Plan or to sign up to receive alerts, visit www.missingchildrenalert.com or www.fdle.state.fl.us.

Since the Department of Justice launched the AMBER Alert program, more than 375 children have been saved as a result of AMBER Alerts. Within 14 months of the launch of the DOJ AMBER Alert Program, all 50 states, the District of Columbia and territories had established AMBER Alert Plans. Mirroring Florida’s Child Abduction Response Teams, DOJ launched a CART initiative two years ago and have trained more than 100 teams

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