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AMBER ALERT UPDATE

TARRANTCOOEM: CHILD ABDUCTION-AMBER ALERT CONTINUES.THE SAN ANTONIO PD STILL SEARCHES FOR JONATHAN JOSE GUILLEN JR. CONTACT THE POLICE DEPT WITH INFO

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From: alerts@amberalert.com
Sent: December 17, 2012 7:10 PM
To: dfwalerts@live.com
Subject: UPDATED AMBER Alert : Jonathan Guillen Jr. – San Antonio, TXDate: 12/17/2012 19:09:33 CST

          UPDATED AMBER Alert : Jonathan Guillen Jr. – San Antonio, TX 
  Sent At: 12/17/2012 19:09:32 CST  
  Issue Date: 12/17/2012 
  Incident Time: 00:00 CST
  Missing From: San Antonio, TX at 
  If you have any information please CALL San Antonio Police Department  at 210-207-7660
 
  Incident Summary: THIS IS A CHILD ABDUCTION ALERT ISSUED BY THE TEXAS AMBER ALERT NETWORK The SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT is searching for JONATHAN JOSE GUILLEN JR, HISPANIC, MALE, 11 MONTHS old, 01302012 DOB, 2 FT 6 INCHES, 25 LBS, BROWN HAIR, HAZEL EYES and LAST SEEN WEARING BLUE JEANS AND A RED HOODED SWEATSHIRT. Police are looking for JONATHAN GUILLEN SR, HISPANIC, MALE, 23 years old, 11221989 DOB, 5 FT 8 INCHES, 185 LBS, BROWN HAIR, BROWN EYES AND WEARING A WHITE MUSCLE SHIRT WITH BLACK OR RED SHORTS, IN HIS abduction. The suspect is driving a BLACK, 2002, CHEVY, TRAIL BLAZER with a TEXAS License Plate Number of 7CZTJ. The suspect was last heard from in SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Law enforcement officials believe this child to be in grave or immediate danger. If you have any information regarding this abduction, call the SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT AT 210 207 7660. News Media Point of Contact is SAN ANTONIO POLICE DEPARTMENT at 210 207 7579. END OF MESSAGE. 

  Victims
                 
      Jonathan Jose Guillen Jr.
          Hispanic Male
    
          Age: 11 Month(s)
          Height: 2 ft 6 in
          Weight: 25 lbs
          Hair: Brown
          Eyes: Hazel
         
          Identity Features: No Information Provided
          Clothing Features: blue jeans a red hooded sweatshirt         
       

  Suspects
                 
      Jonathan  Guillen Sr. 
          Hispanic Male
    
          Age: 23 Year(s)
          Height: 5 ft 8 in
          Weight: 185 lbs
          Hair: Brown
          Eyes: Brown
         
          Identity Features: No Information Provided         
          Clothing Features: white muscle shirt with black or red shorts
   
         
  Vehicles
 
      2002 Black CHEVROLET TRAIL BLAZER
          License Plate: TX 7CZTJ         
          Description: No Information Provided
             

  This is an activation of the AMBER Alert System.
  We have just received this important information regarding an  abducted child in San Antonio, TX Bexar County.
   San Antonio Police Department is looking for a child who was last seen at  San Antonio, TX and is believed to be in danger.
      The child’s name is :
    Jonathan Guillen Jr., he is a 11 month(s) old Hispanic  Male with Brown hair and Hazel eyes. He is believed to be  2 ft and  6 in,  weighing 25 lbs.  He was last seen wearing blue jeans a red hooded sweatshirt.       Authorities say that the child may be in the company of  Jonathan Guillen Sr.   he is a 23 year(s) old Hispanic  Male with Brown hair and Brown eyes. He is believed to be  5 ft and  8 in,  weighing 185 lbs.  He was last seen wearing white muscle shirt with black or red shorts.   They may be traveling in a  2002 Black CHEVROLET TRAIL BLAZER vehicle, with license plate: TX #7CZTJ .
      If you have any information on the whereabouts of this child please call 911 or contact  210-207-7660 immediately.
 

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

AMBER ALERT

LINK TO FULL STORY

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

ABDUCTED CHILD ALERT via NOAA

Click HERE for more on this Amber Alert.

CANCELAMBRALERT:Garland,TX VEH:98 Beige ChryslerAspen CHILD:2YO Hispanic/F Brown/Brown SUSPECT:38 YO Hispanic/F 5FT3 250LB Brown/Brown CALL 214-354-8692

NEW SILVER ALERT

ARLINGTON PD IS SEARCHING FOR DAVID EUGENE MUSSELMAN, DIAGNOSED WITH ALZHEIMERS, WHITE, MALE, 81yrs MORE INFO

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

AMBER ALERT

ACTIVE AMBER Alert: Kennedy McLaurin of Goldsboro,NC  CLICK FOR MORE INFO

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

AMBER ALERT (UPDATED)

In cooperation with the Truth or Consequences Department the New Mexico State Police is issuing the following Amber Alert on New Mexico based on the fact that the child may have been abducted by a family member. The Truth or Consequences Police Department is searching for Safrina Ugsang 15 who may have been abducted by her uncle Chris Salgado 48. The two were last seen in Truth or Consequences at 12:30 a.m. on September 13 2012. Chris and Safrina walked away from Safrinas home on Yucca Street in T or C and have not been seen since then. Chris and Safrina maybe in the company of Safrinas father Robert Ugsang in the listed vehicle. Safrina is believed to be in danger of being sexually perpetrated by her uncle. All of the people mentioned above may be traveling to the Pomona California area where they recently resided.

Incident Date: :

City: Truth or Consequences State: NM

VICTIM

Name: Safrina Ugsang
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Age: 15 Years old
Height: 5ft 2in
Weight: 117
Gender: Female
Description: No Information Provided Subject Believed to be Wearing : The child was last ween wearing a black shirt and black pants.

SUSPECT

Name: Chris Salgado
Hair: Bald
Eyes: Brown
Ethnicity: Hispanic
Age: 48 Years old
Height: 6ft 5in
Weight: 250
Gender: Male
Description: Very short black hair or bald the suspect has several tattoos on his body to include chest fingers arms and neck.

VEHICLE

Year: 0
Make: LINCOLN
Model: TOWN CAR
Color: Pearl White
License State: CA License
Text: Description: The vehicle is low to the ground and should be displaying California license plates.

Please contact Truth or Consequences Police Department with any information at: 575-894-1204

Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

Fort Worth, Arlington to enhance warning systems

BY SUSAN SCHROCK sschrock@star-telegram.com

Fort Worth and Arlington can already activate sirens to alert their communities about tornadoes and other emergencies, but both are working to get more detailed information into residents’ hands.

In October, Fort Worth is expected to become the first Tarrant County city to launch a hazard alert system designed to provide audio messages to blind residents and video messages in American Sign Language to deaf residents.

The city estimates that 50,000 residents could benefit from the free subscription service, which would send alerts to smartphones or computers.

“It will help us get a message to citizens who are not currently getting that warning,” said Juan Ortiz, the city’s emergency management coordinator.

Enrollment in the Accessible Hazard Alert System is expected to begin next month, he said.

Arlington is considering joining cities such as Fort Worth, Pantego, Kennedale and Roanoke that can send audio messages to home or business phones or text alerts to cellphones or e-mail accounts.

Emergency management officials are reviewing six systems and are expected to make a recommendation to the City Council by December.

The city began reviewing the notification systems after the April 3 tornado, which damaged more than 500 homes and businesses along Arlington’s western edge.

Two months earlier, several key thoroughfares were blocked after a Union Pacific train derailed downtown near City Hall.

“Be it man-made or a natural disaster, segments of the city could be impacted by something,” Fire Chief Don Crowson said. “The ability to provide a local impacted community with awareness of what is occurring may be a useful tool for us as we manage a response to a particular situation.”

No funding has been identified to buy a system, which could cost more than $100,000 a year, city officials said.

What are the

best uses?

The system does the reverse of what a 911 call does by sending warnings to the public. It gives cities an additional way to warn residents to take shelter, especially when hail, high winds or loud televisions and radios could make the outdoor sirens harder to hear.

Since the mid-1990s, Fort Worth has been able to send audio messages to all land lines or just those in a specific area, Ortiz said.
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Posted by: Jamie Schatten
Lead Reporter – DFW Alerts

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