NEW SC AMBER ALERT ....The National Site of Missing Persons
|By: Alleyoops, 1:33 PM GMT on December 25, 2008||+0|
Many people end up missing in a year and this is a site that features some of those missing as well as those who have been found but due to circumstances, their cases have not been closed. You can help in bring closure for these families who have lost loved ones. If you have any information, please call your local police department or the phone numbers provided with the pictures.
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This is the FBI's Current Missing and Kidnapped Victims list that they are currently working on...
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CURRENT AMBER ALERT LIST
ALLIM DAVID DIETZ WEST COLUMBIA, SC 01/04/2009
Tangena Hussain Detroit, MI Michigan 10/08/2008
Xiomara Hernandez-Torres West Valley, UT Utah 09/02/2008
Pablo Hernandez West Valley, UT Utah 09/02/2008
Alicia Hernandez West Valley, UT Utah 09/02/2008
~~~~~~~~~~~~~New Amber Alert~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Missing From: WEST COLUMBIA, SC
Issued for: South Carolina: Statewide
Contact: If you have information, please contact WEST COLUMBIA POLICE DEPARTMENT, (803) 794-0721
Circumstances: Update: Child information updated AMBER Alert - SUSPECT IS ARMED - SHOTS FIRED DURING ABDUCTION
Mom Eva and Allim
Name: ALLIM DAVID DIETZ
Hair Color: Eye Color: Brown
Skin Color: White/Hispanic Age: 7MO
Height: 1FT Weight: 20LBS
Description: Wearing red shirt, brown pants
Name: DAVID DIETZ
Hair Color: Brown/Blonde Eye Color: Brown
Skin Color: White Age: 25
Height: 5FT11 Weight: 198LBS
Description: BLACK UNIFORM WITH "POLICE" ON BOTH SLEEVES AND BACK. SUSPECT IS ARMED - SHOTS FIRED DURING ABDUCTION
Suspect # 2 accompanying them.
Jamie Lynn Burgess.
She is described 5'0" and weighs 100 pounds with hazel eyes and short blond hair on top and dark hair on the sides. She was last seen wearing a white hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. She may also be wearing a black hooded coat with fur on the hood. She has a lip piercing and braces with the wires off.
Make: FORD Model: EXPLORER
Color: SILVER Interior Color:
License State: SC License Text: 516VTY
Vehicle Description: POSSIBLY MISSING A SIDE WINDOW
was last seen wearing a red shirt and a red pair of pants. Eva was last see wearing blue pants, a black jacket and a white shirt. She is described as 5'0" tall and weighing 120 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Capt. Seth Ziegler from the West Columbia Police Department said, "Upon our arrival, officers made contact with some witnesses that advised a lady and a child were forced into a vehicle, against their will, during which the suspect fired shots as he left."
Authorities say they are seeking 25-year-old David Dietz, Allim's father, as the suspect in this abduction. David is described as 5'11", weighing 198 pounds with brownish-blond hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a black uniform with "POLICE" written on both sleeves and the back of the shirt. SLED says Dietz is armed and that shots were fired during the abduction. Police are advising caution if you see Dietz.
"He showed a wanted disregard for people's safety, so I would say yes, do not approach him, immediately call law enforcement as soon as you see anything relating to this incident," Ziegler said.
Authorities say David was a former City of Columbia Police officer and a probation and parole officer.
His family says he was currently working for the Department of Social Services. He also worked at the YMCA right across from his house.
Donald Berry was David Deitz foster parent. He was too shaken up to speak on camera, but said David was a great son. Donald also said at times, Arce-Perez wouldn't let David see his son.
His foster brother, Matthew Barry, said he thought David seemed "harmless."
"He did not seem like he could do anything like that," Berry said.
Donald said police have already searched his Orangeburg home and David's home in Lexington. Police aren't saying if they found anything.
A fourth person involved in the incident has been identified as 17-year-old Jamie Lynn Burgess. She is described 5'0" and weighs 100 pounds with hazel eyes and short blond hair on top and dark hair on the sides. She was last seen wearing a white hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans. She may also be wearing a black hooded coat with fur on the hood. She has a lip piercing and braces with the wires off.
Officials aren't sure of Burgess' relationship to Dietz or the boy and his mother.
Police are looking for the group in a 2003 silver-colored Ford Explorer with the South Carolina license plate tag 516 VTY. They say the Explorer may have a missing side window.
If you have any information about where Allim or Eva might be, you are asked to call the West Columbia Police Department at 803-794-0721 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
|Updated: 11:58 PM GMT on January 04, 2009||Permalink | A A A|
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