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State Police described the girl as a black woman, 4 feet 6 inches, 75 pounds, wearing a red hoodie and blue denim shorts.
An orange warning was issued for a 10-year-old girl from New Iberia, Louisiana. Jalisa Lasalle was last seen on Sunday, February 7th at the 400 block on Fulton Street in New Iberia. State Police described the girl as a black woman who was 4 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 75 pounds. Jalisa, who was wearing a red hoodie and blue denim shorts at the time of her disappearance, is said to be in imminent danger.
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An Amber Alert is in effect for 10 y.o. Jalisa LaSalle of New Iberia, LA. Investigators say she was last seen getting into Michael Sereal’s vehicle, and they believe she’s in danger. Call police if you have any info. @wlbt/@Fox40News pic.twitter.com/WU9DdYVLQ8
— Symphonie Privett (@sprivett_tv) February 8, 2021
Officials revealed the 10-year-old was last seen in a gray 2012 Nissan Altima. They identified the driver and suspected it was Michael R Sereal, 33, from New Iberia and stated who was familiar with the boy’s family. Members. According to the KATC, Sereal was convicted of carnal intercourse with a minor in 2016 and is also listed on the community’s database of sex offenders.
The New Iberia Police Department has issued an arrest warrant against Sereal, indicting the suspect of aggravated kidnapping in connection with the kidnapping of 10-year-old Jalisa Lasalle. The department described Sereal as “a 5’9 black man weighing 224 pounds” and was last seen driving the “2012 Nissan Altima with license plate N472845”.
According to KATC, authorities initially issued a desperate / missing warning for Level II children on Sunday evening before updating it with an orange warning. State Police said the preliminary information was “too general” to qualify for an Amber Alert.
“The criteria for activating an amber alarm is very specific information about the kidnapper and / or the vehicle, such as the license plate number. The information given to the local police department was too general,” he said. State police said in a statement. “The general principle behind the Amber Alert System was to locate a specific vehicle with a specific license plate or a specific hijacker, not just a warning for every gray car. With the specific license plate number, the general public could see the car and that would give police the exact location instead of reporting every gray car seen, ”they added.
Previously, MEAWW reported how an orange warning was issued on the evening of February 6 in California for two young children who were in the van that was stolen while their father was delivering at the door. The father, Jeffrey Fang, said his two sons, Winnifred, 4, and Sean Fang, 1, were abducted by a stranger while he stood by for a minute to give birth.
San Francisco police later confirmed that the children were successfully placed in the Bayview neighborhood. The kidnapping allegedly took place around 8:45 p.m. on the streets of Jackson and Laguna in the Pacific Heights neighborhood. The suspect has been described as a “5 foot tall, armed, and dangerous Spanish man”.
On February 6, just before 11 p.m., an orange warning was issued covering counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda, Marin, and Santa Clara. A GoFundMe has been set up to help parents with conflicts with minibus spending.