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Hannah Anderson: Please Call 858-565-5200 with any information

Missing from: Alturas, California   Gender: Female

Hair: Blonde   Eye color: Blue   Race: Caucasian   Age: 16   Height: 5 feet 7 inches

Weight: 115 lbs.

Suspect: James DiMaggio   Gender: Male

Hair: Brown   Eye color: Brown   Race: Caucasian   Age: 42   Height: 5 feet 9 inches

Weight: 150 lbs.

Vehicle: 2013 Blue Nissan Versa 4 door sedan  License Plate:  California 6WCU986

 

Latest Updates:

Sunday, August 11, 2013

THE AGONY AND THE ECSTACY

Hannah Anderson is reuniting with her father today as her extended family members celebrate her safe recovery while mourning the murders of her mother and brother.

As CNN reports, Hannah was rescued in the Idaho wilderness after an FBI agent shot and killed the family friend suspected of killing her mother and brother, burning his own house down, and kidnapping the 16-year-old girl.

Photos show kidnapping suspect James DiMaggio, murder victim Ethan Anderson, and kidnapping victim Hannah Anderson

 

 

 

 

 

 

James DiMaggio’s death and Hannah’s rescue late Saturday afternoon ended a frantic weeklong manhunt. The girl did not appear to have significant physical injuries, authorities said.

“It’s now healing time,” the girl’s father said in a text message to CNN.

Fox News reports San Diego Sheriff William D. Gore said the teen’s father was “very relieved and very excited and looking forward to being reunited with his daughter.”

Speaking by phone on Fox News’ “Justice with Judge Jeanine” Saturday night, Brett Anderson further articulated his emotions, saying “I’m ecstatic [about] my daughter…we will be reunited. I’m still saddened for my life and son, and I’m worried about what my daughter has been put through.”

The vehicle of kidnapping suspect James DiMaggio is towed away after being discovered hidden by brush in a wilderness preserve in Idaho.

 

In the photo above, suspect James DiMaggio’s Nissan Versa is towed away after being found hidden in brush in Idaho. 

There had been false sightings earlier in the week because police didn’t specify which model of Nissan Versa it was.

FBI officials from Washington State are now investigating the circumstances of the confrontation with DiMaggio as a standard procedure to any incident where an agent fires his weapon.

 

Saturday, August 10, 2013 

BREAKING NEWS: SUSPECT SHOT DEAD – HANNAH RESCUED ALIVE

Kidnapped California teen Hannah Anderson has been rescued and is recovering in a hospital in Idaho. Her abductor, James DiMaggio was shot dead by law enforcement officials. The pair’s campsite was spotted from a plan after a tip from a man who met them during a trail ride on Wednesday, but wildfires made for poor vision and unsafe flying conditions.

Law enforcement officials disembark a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol helicopter near the town of Cascade in central Idaho to join the search for missing California teen Hannah Anderson.

 

Two FBI hostage rescue teams were helicoptered in, but steep terrain made landing impossible, so they were dropped into the wilderness preserve and had to hike over two hours to quietly surround the campsite. The agents waited until DiMaggio and Hanna were separated and moved in. First, Hannah was rescued, then agents confronted DiMaggio, who apparently resisted, and he was shot dead.

About 270 officers from the FBI, the Valley and Ada County sheriffs’ offices, Idaho State Police, the U.S. Marshals Service, and U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, aided by experts from federal land management and wildlife agencies, worked around the clock to figure out the best way to track DiMaggio and the teen in the roadless area.

 

Friday, August 09, 2013

BREAKING NEWS: SUSPECT AND HANNAH SIGHTED IN IDAHO WILDERNESS ON WEDNESDAY – VEHICLE FOUND

The massive manhunt has now moved to Idaho. CNN reports that horseback riders saw a man and a girl fitting the description of James DiMaggio and Hannah Anderson wearing backpacks and carrying a tent on Wednesday in a wilderness area in Idaho, about six miles outside Cascade, Idaho. Unaware of the manhunt at the time, they reported what they saw to law enforcement Wednesday evening after seeing a news report about the case.

As a result, that enabled investigators to find the suspect’s car hidden by brush in the remote ‘River of No Return’ wilderness area near Cascade. Police continue their danger warning and advise anyone seeing the suspect not to approach as he is considered possibly armed with explosives.

 

Thursday, August 08, 2013

DANGER WARNING: Suspect May Be Armed With Improvised Explosives

DO NOT APPROACH

The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department has issued a warning that James DiMaggio, the suspect in the alleged kidnapping of 16-year-old Hannah Anderson, may be armed with explosives and may have booby-trapped the car he’s thought to be traveling in.

Police are also not ruling out that he may have abandoned the vehicle and are warning everyone not to approach the vehicle if sighted, but to call law enforcement immediately.

 

Reported Sightings:

Friday, August 09, 2013

Horseback riders saw a man and a girl fitting the description of James DiMaggio and  Hannah Anderson on Wednesday in a wilderness area in Idaho, about six miles outside Cascade, Idaho. 

Thursday, August 08, 2013

Washington State Patrol reports that`a driver near Bremerton, Washington reported seeing a blue Nissan hatchback with a male driver and a female passenger westbound at 7:45 a.m. Thursday on Highway 101 near the Jefferson-Clallam county line, about 40 miles northwest of Seattle.

A trooper checked the area and was unable to locate the car.

The  California Amber Alert was expanded to Oregon and Washington as law enforcement continue to search for DiMaggio and 16-year-old Hannah Anderson.

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

A possible sighting was reported near Lakeview in Southern Oregon.

Sunday, August 04, 2013

A possible sighting was reported in Alturas, California at a gas station. Authorities told CNN that police viewed surveillance video from two sets of security cameras but were unable to isolate a shot of the car.

 

The Backstory:

A massive manhunt has been underway since Sunday, August 04, 2013 after police found the remains of 44 -year-old Christina Anderson in the burned-out home of primary suspect James DiMaggio. An Amber Alert was subsequently issued for her children Hannah and 8-year-old Ethan, which remains in effect.

However other remains have been found in the burned-out home that are consistent with an 8-year-old child. Authorities are not confirming the remains are those of Ethan until DNA testing is completed and a positive identification has been made.

 

 

 

AbledKids Amber Alert graphic panel shows photos of Daphne Webb  and her father's SUV that she was abducted from.

 

Daphne Webb: Please Call 510-238-3821 with any information

Missing from: Oakland, California   Gender: Female

Hair: Black   Eye color: Brown   Race: African American   Age: 1-year-old   Height: N/A  Weight: N/A

Suspect: Unknown light-skinned African American female

 

Latest Update:

Thursday, August 08, 2013

Daphnee Webb has been missing since Wednesday, July 10, 2013 after being abducted from her father’s SUV while left in the company of her grandmother who suffers from dementia. The vehicle was parked in front of a liquor store  at 7838 International Boulevard in the city of Oakland, California.

Daphne was last seen wearing orange pajamas with pink hearts.

If you see Daphne, please call the Oakland police department at 510-238-3641.

 

Amber Alert graphic for Isaih Perez

 

Isaih Perez: Please Call 401-462-6237 OR 911 with any information

Missing from: Johnston, Rhode Island   Gender: Male

Hair: Brown   Eye color: Brown   Race: Hispanic   Age: 2-years-old   Height: 3′ 4″  Weight: 40 lbs.

Suspect: Unknown

 

Latest Update:

 

Sunday, August 10, 2013

BREAKING NEWS: ISAIH FOUND WANDERING THE STREETS IN PROVIDENCE

The Amber Alert for Isaih Perez has been cancelled after the boy was found shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday night by an off-duty police officer wandering the streets in the Chad Brown neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island. He appeared to be unharmed and was taken to Hasbro Children’s hospital for medical evaluation.

Police have two suspects in custody as they investigate a double homicide at the child’s home early Sunday morning.

 

Sunday, August 10, 2013

The 2 year old child was abducted after double homicide occurred this morning at 5:20 AM at 3 Oaktree Drive in Johnston, RI. The abductor fled from the scene with the 2 year old child, who was taken from the home. 

This morning, police issued an Amber Alert which named Malcolm W. Crowell, 22, of Johnston, as a suspect in this investigation. A few hours later, around 12:30 p.m., a spokesman for the Massachusetts State Police Department indicated Crowell had been taken into custody in Fall River.

A short time later, however,  the Massachusetts State Police spokesperson said they were being told the person arrested in Fall River is not involved in the abduction.

The Amber Alert for two year old Isaiah Perez remains active. 

 

 

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