Four California Children Reported Missing From Home of Grandmother

Four California Children Reported Missing From Home of Grandmother

The California Highway Patrol sent out a statewide AMBER Alert about 5 a.m. Saturday morning after four children were reported as being missing from the home of their grandmother in Los Angeles, stated police investigators. Their parents, Enrique Felix and Rose Chairez, allegedly kidnapped all four children on Friday afternoon at around 12:30 p.m. from the maternal grandmother’s house which was located at the 1400 block of Indian Street in the neighborhood of Boyle Heights.

The Department of Children and Family Services had taken the four children away from the parents and put them all in protective custody with their grandmother. It is believed they were allegedly taken away inside a vehicle described as being gray, purple or black PT Cruiser. It had a missing right rear hubcap and had white paper license plate tags written in black.

Felix, age 28, was described as being a Hispanic male with brown eyes, and black hair. He is about 5 feet 10 inches tall and is thought to weigh about 225 pounds. Chairez has brown eyes and red hair. She is believed to be about 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 155 pounds.

Both Felix and Chairez had been ordered by child protective services to keep away from their kids and were only allowed to see them during specially supervised visits. Felix was also reported to have been physically violent against Chairez and the children, police also were reported as saying. The missing kids’ names and ages are as follows: Enrique Felix, age 7, Justin Felix, age 5, and twin girls Veronica and Janeth Felix, age 1.

The information the police received about the biological father was given to them from the maternal grandmother and she was the person who stated the he was reported to have been violent with the mother as well as with all the children, explained one of the LAPD officer’s assigned to the case .

Los Angeles Police Capt. Martin Baeza stated that he wanted the parents to know that he was asking them to do the right thing and bring the children back. He added that the reason the LAPD was reaching out to the public was because they were very concerned for the children’s well-being. The statewide AMBER alert was released for this very reason.

Anyone that might have information was requested to get in contact with LAPD detectives at 323-342-8900. If it was to be during the weekend or through non-business hours, then any calls need to be to be the number 1-877-LAPD-24-7 or 1-877-527-3247. Anything of suspicion that someone might see is urged to be reported.

The California Highway Patrol sent out a statewide AMBER Alert around 5 a.m. on Saturday morning after four children were reported as being missing from the home of their grandmother in Los Angeles, stated police investigators. Their parents, Enrique Felix and Rose Chairez, had allegedly kidnapped each of the four children on Friday afternoon at around 12:30 p.m. from the maternal grandmother’s house which was located at the 1400 block of Indian Street in the neighborhood of Boyle Heights.

By Kimberly Ruble

Sources:

NBC News

The N.Y. Daily News

FOX News

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