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An AMBER Alert  in South Carolina has been issued for two missing children 1 year-old Destiny Reyes and 3-year old Melanie Reyes

Destiny and Melanie were last seen on February 19, 2009. They may be in the company of their father. They may be traveling in a tan Isuzu Trooper with South Carolina license plates BJD238. CAUTION IS ADVISED.

When to Activate the South Carolina AMBER Alert

  • As soon as an abduction is reported and the investigation reveals the following:
    The law enforcement agency believes that the child has been abducted (taken from their environment unlawfully, without authority of law, and without permission from the child’s parent or legal guardian).
  • The child is 17 years old or younger, and the law enforcement agency believes the child is in immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death; or if the individual is 18 years old or older, and the law enforcement agency believes the individual is at greater risk for immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death because the individual possesses a proven physical or mental disability.
  • All other possibilities for the victim’s disappearance have been reasonably excluded.
  • There is sufficient information available to disseminate to the public that could assist in locating the victim, suspect, or vehicle used in the abduction.

 

Amber Alert in SC, NC for 2 kids; mother stabbed

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Authorities continued to search Friday for a man suspected of stabbing his common-law wife in northern South Carolina and fleeing with the couple’s two children.

Authorities believe Gerardo Reyes-Campos stabbed Diane Madisol Trejo, 22, in the neck and hands during a fight around 6 p.m. Thursday in Lancaster, South Carolina State Law Enforcement Division spokesman Jennifer Timmons said…

…Reyes-Campos has a criminal record in South Carolina dating back to 1996 that includes arrests for drunken driving, public drunkenness, criminal domestic violence and cocaine possession. Authorities say he should be considered dangerous and urge anyone who sees Reyes-Campos to call 911 or the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office.

Reyes-Campos, who is in the country illegally, was deported to Mexico in September, according to Lancaster Sheriff’s Maj. David Belk. Authorities did not know he had returned to the U.S., Belk said.

Update 02-20-09 S.C. sisters found safe, alleged abductor at large

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