The Dallas Police Department needs our help in locating a missing 4-year-old.
Dallas police say Fermin Fuentes, white 4-year-old male, was last seen tonight (Sunday) around 6:00pm in the 2200 block of S. Buckner Blvd. The young child was inside of a vehicle that was stolen.
He is a white male aged 4 with black curly hair and brown eyes. He is approximately 3′ tall and weights 45 lbs. He was last seen wearing a grey shirt and brown shorts.
The vehicle that was stolen is described as a silver 2006 Ford 500 with Texas license plate BRR1097. The vehicle has a Texas Rangers bumper sticker on the truck.
If you spot the missing child or the vehicle, call 9-1-1 IMMEDIATELY. It is not known if an Amber Alert has been issued.
*UPDATE – Police have located the vehicle. Child is still missing. Dallas Police Air-1 is over the scene where the car has been located off Murdock Road in southeast Dallas.
Update – An AMBER ALERT has been issued.
UPDATE: Fermin Fuentes has been located and is safely with his mother, according to DPD.
Update from Dallas PD regarding the Amber Alert
“Fermin Fuentes has been located and is safely with his mother. During the course of the investigation it was determined that the father, Mr. Fuentes, had inconsistencies in his report of the incident. It was initially reported by Mr. Fuentes that the mother was in Mexico with no way to be contacted. After further investigation the mother was located with the child in her custody. It has been determined that Fermin Fuentes was with his mother and was never in any danger or in the vehicle when it was initially reported stolen. Mr. Fuentes has not been taken into custody at this time and it has yet to be determined if Mr. Fuentes will be changed with an offense.”
Multiple emergency responders, water rescue teams, and rescue boats are working a search and rescue operation on the Brazos River near Pecan Plantation.
Reports indicate at least one kayaker is unaccounted for at this time. Pecan Plantation Fire/EMS, Granbury FD, deCordova Bend Estates Fire Rescue, Texas Game Wardens, and others are on the scene.
The Brazos River Authority has decreased the release of water from Lake Granbury’s deCordova Bend Dam from 10,000 cubic feed per second down to 880 cubic feet per second to aid in the search and rescue situation.
We will update when information is released.
Update – Reports indicate one person was rescued, but another person has drowned. A rescue boat overturned, but all rescuers are safe.
The Grand Prairie Police Department is investigating the death of a 20-year-old motorcyclist who died last night in a major accident.
Officers and fire/EMS personnel from Grand Prairie responded to the scene at 7:53pm in the 700 block of N. Belt Line Road at Tarrant Road. A truck hauling a travel trailer on southbound Belt Line turned in front of a northbound motorcycle, causing a major crash.
The motorcyclist was transported to the hospital, but was declared deceased.
An investigation revealed the truck and trailer did not yield to the motorcycle, who had the right of way. The driver of the truck was driving without a license and taken into custody. He has been charged with Manslaughter.
Just before 5:00am this morning, Hurst Police and Fire were Dispatch to a major accident in the 700 block of W. Hurst Blvd near Precinct Line Road.
Upon arrival, Hurst police officers located a vehicle that had struck a tree. The driver was located unresponsive outside of the vehicle and later pronounced deceased by EMS. Medical Examiner records indicate the victim, identified as a 38-year-old male, died at Texas Health HEB Hospital.
Preliminary investigative efforts revealed the vehicle was traveling westbound on Hurst Blvd when it struck the passenger side of another vehicle. After striking the passenger vehicle, it veered into oncoming traffic and struck a tree along the eastbound side of the roadway. The second vehicle stopped and is cooperating with the investigation.
Multiple agencies responded to a serious car accident around 3:54pm Saturday afternoon on FM 51 near County Road 2224 about a mile northeast of Decatur in Wise County.
A preliminary investigation by DPS troopers indicates a pickup truck was traveling southbound on FM 51 when it had a tire blowout. The truck veered into the oncoming lanes of traffic and struck a northbound vehicle.
The driver of the northbound vehicle, identified as a 69-year-old man from Decatur, died at the scene. The driver of the southbound pickup was airlifted to JPS Hospital with serious injuries.
Wreckage from the head-on collision was struck by a third vehicle, but no one was injured in that car.
There are no other details to provide at this time.