Missing child’s mother tells great aunt she gave up baby for adoption in newly released recording
SAN ANTONIO – The great aunt of a child last seen several months ago has shared a recording of a conversation she says she had with the baby’s mother about the child’s whereabouts. Mariesol Gomez says the mother, D’Lanny Chairez, admitted to giving up baby James Chairez for adoption. When she was taken into custody on Monday, police said Chairez told them she had wanted to give up the child for adoption. However, there is still no word on baby James’ whereabouts. Hear the audio conversation by clicking on the video in the player above.
Toddler’s body found in Guadalupe River in Kerr County, officials say
KERR COUNTY, Texas – A search in Kerr County ends tragically after a 20-month-old child drowned in the Guadalupe River in Kerr County, according to the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Rusty Hierholzer confirmed to KSAT 12 that the child’s body was recovered at about 6:30 p.m. Sunday. The accident happened on the Guadalupe River between Hunt and Ingram. The accident happened on the Guadalupe River between Hunt and Ingram. The Kerr County’s Sheriff Office is not handling the case, Hierholzer said.
Mother of 2-year-old arrested after boy’s body is found in dumpster, police say
WACO, Texas – Laura Sanchez, 34, has been arrested and charged with first-degree felony injury to a child after 2-year-old Frankie Gonzales’ body was found in a dumpster near 27th Street and Alice Avenue in Waco, according to a news release from Waco Police Department. A report from WFAA states that Sanchez led Waco police to the boy’s body Tuesday morning, the same day the Texas Department of Public Safety discontinued the Amber Alert for Frankie. Sanchez called Waco Police Monday afternoon to report that her son Frankie had disappeared from a restroom in Pecan Bottoms in Cameron Park, according to a press release. Previous Report: Waco police believe body found in dumpster is 2-year-old Frankie Gonzales“The information found throughout the investigation confirmed that Frankie was never taken to Cameron Park, and the missing child report that was initially called in was a diversion to Frankie’s actual whereabouts,” the press release states. Sanchez was booked into McLennan County Jail Tuesday.
Waco police believe body found in dumpster is 2-year-old Frankie Gonzales
WACO, Texas – Update: The Texas Department of Public Safety has discontinued the Amber Alert for Frankie Gonzales. Original Report: Waco Police announced Tuesday morning that they discovered the body of a small child in a dumpster that they believe is 2-year-old Frankie Gonzales. LIVE: Body found in dumpster believed to be Waco boy #BREAKING - Police found a body in a dumpster. They believe it is the body of Frankie Gonzalez. The child’s mother had initially contacted police to say the child disappeared at a Waco park when she briefly turned away, according to KWTX.
Waco police searching for missing 2-year-old believed to be in grave, immediate danger
WACO, Texas – Waco police are searching for a 2-year-old boy who they believe is in grave or immediate danger. Police are searching for Frankie Gonzales, who is 2 feet and 6 inches tall, has black hair, brown eyes, was last seen wearing a gray shirt and gray pants with Mickey Mouse on them and had black and white Nike shoes. Police did not give information on a suspect or suspect vehicle. Call Waco police at 254-750-7685 if you have any information.
Missing 10-month old San Antonio girl found safe
SAN ANTONIO – A missing 10-month-old girl from San Antonio has been found safe. Rhiannon Sullivan is now in custody of Child Protective Services, the state agency’s spokeswoman, Mary Walker, said. There is no word on how authorities located the toddler. San Antonio police ask for help in search for missing 10-month old girlPolice issued a public appeal for the whereabouts of Rhiannon, who authorities said may have been with her biological mother. Rhiannon’s mother was recently ordered to turn her over to Child Protective Services, police said.
San Antonio police ask for help in search for missing 10-month old girl
Published: May 27, 2020, 5:01 am Updated: May 27, 2020, 8:31 amSAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a missing 10-month-old girl. Police are searching for Rhiannon Sullivan, who they believe may be with her biological mother. Police said Rhiannon’s mother was recently ordered to turn her over to Child Protective Services. Rhiannon has brown hair and brown eyes, and weighs about 20 pounds, police said. She has straight hair to her ears and was wearing a pink onesie.