Police in Texas have issued an AMBER Alert in Texas for a missing 11-year-old but it isn’t clear if she is still missing. The NCMEC has no active alerts nor is she listed as a missing child in Texas. There are two missing children listed missing from Tyler, Tx. One is an Endangered Runaway while the other is the victim on a Non-Family Abduction.
Update 1-27-09: Iridian Julissa Rodriguez has now been added at the NCMEC as a missing child but not as an AMBER Alert activation.
Missing Since: 1/23/06
Age Now: 16
Missing from: TYLER, TX
Megan Elizabeth Garner
Missing Since: 3/27/91
Age Now: 21
Missing from: TYLER, TX
Should you be aware that Texas activates their AMBER Alerts via Beyond Missing, then you would know Iridian Julissa Rodriguez is missing.
State authorities issued an Amber Alert late Sunday evening for 11-year-old Iridian Julissa Rodriguez of Tyler. Police are concerned for her safety because Rodriguez left a note stating she could no longer live at home, and she would rather be dead, or be in Mexico.
Authorities suspect she is with 23-year-old Enrique Vasquez. Police say Rodriguez has been sneaking out of her home at night to see Vasquez. The two could be riding in a blue, 1999 Pontiac Firebird with Texas License place T31-NJW. The car is missing the passenger side door mirror.
If you see either Rodriguez or Vasquez, you’re urged to call the Tyler Police Department at (903) 531-1000.
Update 01-29-09 Police seek missing Tyler girl in Irving
The search for an 11-year-old Tyler girl missing since Saturday has turned to Irving.
Investigators from Tyler were headed to Irving on Wednesday after officers there reported a multivehicle wreck involving a car associated with the missing girl.
DALLAS (AP) — Advocates for missing children want Texas’ Department of Public Safety to reconsider its policy for issuing Amber Alerts after the agency refused to send one out for a missing 11-year-old girl believed to have run off with a convicted felon.
Police in Tyler, about 100 miles east of Dallas, requested the alert after the girl’s mother reported her missing. She was last seen Jan. 24.
The girl’s mother, Maira Macias, was at police headquarters late Friday when her daughter called her and told her she was in Mexico, police said. They believe the girl is with 23-year-old Enrique Vasquez, who was convicted of burglary in 2006.
TYLER, TX. (KSLA)- A Tyler, Texas teen that had been missing for a week, has now been found.
Iridian “Julissa” Rodriguez was located in Monterrey Nuevo Leon, Mexico Saturday and is now safe with relatives, according to the Tyler Police Dept.
Tyler Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Enrique Vasquez, the man believed to be accompanying Iridian Julissa Rodriguez, an 11-year-old Tyler girl who left home late Saturday and has not been seen since, according to Tyler Police Public Information Officer Donald Martin.