Missing Khennedy Parker found safe – On Wednesday, some hours after it was initially issued, the Amber Alert that had been issued for Khennedy Parker, who was 1 year old, was rescinded. The police in Milwaukee have reported that she has been located and is safe and five suspects were arrested. The suspect arrested after she was found safe were only identified by age and gender as 48-year-old woman, 29-year-old man, 25-year-old woman, 25-year-old woman, 18-year-old man.
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The Amber Alert was issued a few minutes before 1 o’clock in the afternoon. The girl’s last known location was in the vicinity of 50th and Meinecke, when she was spotted with a man named Khijuan Parker, who is 29 years old. Their relationship was not stated by the officials who are currently investigating the incident. In the final moments before the Amber Alert was cancelled, a large number of law enforcement personnel cordoned off and surrounded the area at 50th and Meinecke.
What happened to Khennedy Parker?
Missing 1-year-old Khennedy Parker was found safe and has returned back to be with her family members. The Metropolitan Police Department has verified that five people have been arrested as a result of the inquiry, and that the case has been turned over to the office of the district attorney. The names of the 48-year-old woman, 29-year-old man, 25-year-old woman, 25-year-old woman, 18-year-old man are yet to be released to the public.
The most severe child abduction situations result in the activation of AMBER Alerts. An AMBER Alert is intended to quickly mobilize the local community to aid in the search for and safe return of a missing child, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
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