Amber Alert Issued in Oklahoma
An Amber Alert has been issued in Oklahoma after three children were abducted. Raziel Aranda (8 years old), Areli Aranda (8 years old) and Zamirah (11 years old) were the victims. They were all taken from the McLester area Friday morning. The children were last seen around 7.30am, local time, on Daisy Road. The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is investigating. Visit the Oklahoma Highway Patrol website for more information.
The Amber Alert was issued by the Pittsburg County Sheriff’s Office and Oklahoma Highway Patrol for the missing children. The child was with his mother, Alexandria Aranda, and her boyfriend, Moises Hamon. The suspect is described as a black male with a ponytail. The children were last seen in a gold-colored 2010 Chevrolet Equinox. Areli’s mother has not been located. Authorities also found the vehicle of the suspect.
Amber Alerts are also responsible for the search for missing children. Oklahoma’s Amber Alerts are responsible for locating missing children. The entire state is notified when one child is reported missing. This means that the entire community will be informed. This alert is valid for three hours. The message should be broadcast again within three hours. Pictures will be posted as soon they become available. To learn more about the case, visit the Oklahoma Highway Patrol website.
Donny Jackson, father of the two missing children, said he is determined to find his daughters. Activists demand that the Kansas City police chief is fired. Police say that a vehicle matching the description was seen near the 26 mile marker of Interstate 40. The Highway Patrol has located the car. There’s also a possibility it was the suspect in this case.
AMBER Alerts need to be supported by a national network. The originating investigative law enforcement agency should receive the alert data and enter it into the NCIC system. The alert is counterproductive and ineffective if it is not entered into the NCIC system. It could also lead to an increase of child abductions. If the alert were launched sooner, the child would have been recovered. This would have been possible because law enforcement was able to pull the car out of the ditch within 60 minutes of the crime.
In Canada, Amber Alerts are distributed through the Alert Ready emergency alert system. This system interrupts the programming for people who live in the affected area. Alert Ready alerts are available on supported mobile devices. They have a distinct sound and a link to more information. Amber Alerts can’t be deactivated in Canada. They activate in silent or do not disturb mode, and may trigger multiple alarms. As such, Amber Alerts are recommended by authorities in the area.
Brixton Sisk, a missing girl, has received a new AMBER Alert. The girl, who is 5 years old, is 75 pounds in weight and wears gray sweatpants. She was last seen with a blue blanket. After Danielle Banzet, a social worker at the school, took her hostage. The suspect may be fleeing the area. If found, Sisk will be returned to her family.