It’s a video viewed by more than 1.7 million people. A concerned father sat in his hot car and baked to show others what it is like to leave your children inside on summer days.
This is actual police helicopter video of an alleged suspect who pointed a laser device at an Orange County Sheriff’s helicopter in Florida. According to a press release, the chopper was in the air around 3 a.m. when a suspect allegedly used the laser. The 10 minute video shows a chase before an arrest was made.
Just a note, it is against the law to point a laser at any aircraft.
The NYPD announced late Monday they’ve identified a young mother who allegedly abandoned her child at a subway station. The 20-year-old has been detained reports CNN.
Police said the child, estimated to be about seven-months-old, was left at the Columbus Circle train station. Apparently the child’s mother, opened the subway door at 59th street, pushed her her stroller on the platform, before getting back on the train.
Video was released of the mother at the station. She was last seen going northbound on the No. 1 train and had recently moved to the New York area, reports indicated.
If you have any information about this child or her parents, please contact the NYPD directly: 800.577.TIPS
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Project ALERT is a special group of retired local, state and federal officials who give their time to the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to assist with cases.
The volunteers donate their time and expertise have a variety of specialized investigative training and can give a helping hand to law enforcement agencies across the country to assist with missing children cases.
According to NCMEC, their elite team is assisting on a special case in Columbus, Ga. where the body of a female was found below Interstate 185. Investigators believe the victim was between the ages of 14 – 21 and had been dead at least 24 – 48 hours before she was found.
It’s been a mystery since Dec. 2005, but a forensic artist with NCMEC completed a composite sketch of the girl.
This case is one of many cases the team is helping with. NCMEC says members from their elite squad met with the Columbus Police Department to work on this case and to offer insight.
The Los Angeles Police need your help finding a missing woman who vanished in the spring. According to a police press release, on March 20, 42-year-old Lisa Lewis vanished without a trace.
Around noon on the day she disappeared, authorities say she was las seen in the 3800 block of Sepulveda Boulevard, Culver City.
Lisa is a Caucasian female who stands 5 feet 7 inches tall, she weighs about 110 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you know anything about Lisa’s case, or if you recognize her face, please contact the Missing Person’s Unit, Detective Saiza at (213) 996-1800.
It’s a miracle in Houston, TX. An 8-month-old was taken by a suspect when her mother’s car was stolen early Monday morning.
Houston Police believe the suspect dumped the baby in a field, leaving her overnight by herself, and then ditched the vehicle in another location quite a distance away.
The baby who has been identified as Genesis Haley was left in a running car asleep as her mom ran into a convenience store for only a matter of moments to grab a soda.
At a police press conference Monday, investigators said the mother locked three of the four doors and kept the driver’s side door unlocked. She didn’t venture far into the store, and her vehicle was within seeing eye distance.
When the mother came out of the store, that’s when she spotted serious trouble. Police said Genesis’ mom saw an African American suspect jump into her Saturn and he took off. He was in such a hurry to flee that the driver’s side door was still left open.
Investigators in Houston, TX are working to find an 8-month-old who was abducted.
Houston Police say Genesis Haley was inside her mother’s car at a gas station on North Sam Houston Highway when the vehicle was stolen. Genesis was inside.
Since the incident, and according to the official Amber Alert, police say they’ve found the car, but the baby is missing.
Genesis was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, white pants and she had four barrettes in her hair.
As for the vehicle, it was a green Saturn Ion, green in color.
If you know anything about this case, please contact the Houston Police Department: 713.308.3600