According to the Dallas Morning News, a reward is being offered in the alleged abduction of Daisja Weaver. An Amber Alert: 8-Month-Old Reportedly Taken was issued in Dallas, Tx earlier this week. Daisja was last seen on June 10, 2009. She may be in the company of an adult male.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for the safe return of a missing 9-month-old girl whose parents said she had been kidnapped late Tuesday from their Far North Dallas apartment.
If Daisja Weaver is the victim of foul play, the reward offered for six months as of Friday by Schepps Dairy will be given for information leading to the arrest and indictment of those responsible, police said.
Investigators have said the parents gave conflicting accounts of the events surrounding the baby’s disappearance. The mother said a man entered the apartment in the 5800 block of Preston Oaks Road and tried to sexually assault her before taking her child.
Officers have combed the area surrounding the apartment. Searchers also focused on a second apartment the family was moving into that night.
The mother, who is pregnant, said her attacker said nothing as he took her child. Police said she was unable to give a detailed description of him.
Daisja is black and has black hair and brown eyes. She weighs about 20 pounds and is about 2 feet, 4 inches long. She was last seen wearing purple clothes and a diaper.
Anyone with information can call 214-671-4268 or 214-671-4250.
Update 06-15-09: Father Arrested In Amber Alert Case
A Dallas father whose daughter has been missing since Tuesday night is in jail, charged with tampering with evidence in the case.
20-year-old Alandus Weaver is the father of 9-month-old Daisja Weaver, whose disappearance launched an Amber Alert Wednesday morning.
Update 06-16-09: Affidavit: Baby’s Dad Threw Her Body Into Lake
DALLAS (CBS 11 News) ― According to court documents, the mother of missing nine-month-old Daisja Weaver says the baby’s father dumped the child’s body into Lake Lewisville the day after she died.
Dallas police arrested the baby’s father, Alandus Weaver, on Saturday and charged him with tampering with evidence in the case. He is in jail in lieau of a $100,000 bond.
Late Monday morning, police arrested the baby’s mother, Tamaira Creagh, and charged her with the same crime. She is being held in the Dallas County Jail and hasn’t had bond set
Both Weaver and Creagh are charged with tampering with evidence, but police say more charges are likely, pending the outcome of the search and investigation.
Read Full Post »