11 year old Alexis Cartwright is missing in New Kent County, VA since Sunday, January 3, 2010. Alexis Cartwright was last seen at the Cumberland Children’s Hospital in New Kent, and may be in the custody (abducted) of her father, 55-year-old Lemuel Cartwright. Alexis Cartwright is believed to be in danger. Alexis Cartwright could be headed to Bath, N.C. with a 55-year-old man.
On today’s date at approximately 3:00 p.m. Mr. Lemuel Cartwright of Bath County, North Carolina visited his 11yr old daughter at Cumberland Hospital which is located in New Kent County, Va. Mr. Cartwright’s daughter, Alexis Cartwright is currently in the custody of North Carolina Social Services and was placed at Cumberland Hospital due to certain medical needs.
She was removed from the facility by her father without the permission of North Carolina Social Services or the hospital.
Alexis Cartwright Description:
- white female – 11 years old
- 5 foot 3 inches
- weighing 137 pounds
- sandy blond hair
- and blue eyes
- last seen wearing a blue Aeropostale coat, yellow/green shirt and blue jeans.
Lemuel Cartwright Description:
- white male – 55 year old
- 6 foot 7 inches tall
- brown eyes
- brown hair
- He may be driving a blue 1993 Dodge Ram pickup truck with North Carolina plates XYZ – 8450.
Virginia State Police issue endangered child alert for 11-year-old Alexis Cartwright
If anyone has any information, please contact the police at 1-800-822-4453 or (804) 966-9500 or the Virginia State Police at 1-800-VACHILD (822-4453).
UPDATE I: Police find missing Alexis Cartwright, abduction suspect in Manning and Lemuel R. Cartwright
An 11-year-old girl and the man suspected of abducting her have found in Manning, according to a State Law Enforcement Division press release.
Lemuel R. Cartwright, 56, is accused of abducting his daughter, 11-year-old Alexis Cartwright, on Jan. 3.
Manning police found the two at 3:20 p.m. Wednesday in the parking lot of a CVS Pharmacy. The girl was in good condition, according to the release.
Police are searching for an 8 month old Arizona boy Gabriel Scott Johnson who has been missing since December 26, 2009. Gabriel Scott Johnson was last seen with his mother, 23 year old Elizabeth Johnson. Her car has not been found, it is a white, 1995 Oldsmobile Delta 88, with Arizona license plate AGZ4214.
Tempe, AZ Police media release regarding missing Gabriel Scott Johnson
Authorities do not know why Elizabeth Johnson, 23, was in San Antonio over the course of five days with her son Gabriel, said Sgt. Steve Carbajal, a spokesman for Tempe Police. Police are concerned for the safety of the boy, 8 months old, because his mother made previous threats against him.
On Wednesday, Johnson was arrested in Miami Beach, Fla.,. Gabriel was not with her.
She left Arizona with her son on Dec. 18, arrived here on Dec. 22 and left around Dec. 27, according to a police press release.
Johnson failed to appear on Dec. 28 for a custody hearing in an Arizona courthouse and a warrant was issued for her arrest for custodial interference, Carbajal said.
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
- Missing Date: Dec 27, 2009
- DOB: May 3, 2009
- Age: 8 Month(s)
- Sex: Male
- Race: White
- Height: 2’0″ (61 cm)
- Weight: 20 lbs (9 kg)
- Hair Color: Lt. Brown
- Eye Color: Blue
If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of Gabriel Scott Johnson, please call Tempe Police at (480) 350-8311 or Silent Witness at (480) 948-6377.
UPDATE I: Mother Elizabeth Johnson has been arrested in South Florida
Elizabeth Johnson, the 23 year old mother of missing 8 month old Gabriel Scott Johnson who was last seen on Dec. 26 has been arrested by Miami Beach police in Florida.
Elizabeth Johnson, 23, of Tempe, Ariz., was taken into custody Wednesday by Miami Beach police.
Authorities said Johnson disappeared with her 8-month-old son, Gabriel, on Dec. 18 — but the boy remains nowhere to be found.
Officials said they were concerned, because Johnson reportedly made threats to harm the boy in the past.
UPDATE II: 23 year old Elizabeth Johnson Charged with Felony Kidnapping, Child Abuse and Custodial Interference
Courtney Beard, a mother of two who was kidnapped while going to work at the Green Oak Township Olive Garden by her ex-boyfriend 23 year old Brandon Jay Smith of South Lyon from the parking lot at about 5:20 p.m. Friday after a “physical altercation” occurred as the woman was heading to work.
Kidnapped Courtney Beard found injured by alive
It was first believed Smith had a gun, but witnesses said he had a knife, police said.
Antrim County sheriff’s deputies found Beard at about 5:49 a.m. Saturday at a remote hunting cabin north of Mancelona that Green Oak Township Police Chief Robert Brookins said belongs to a Smith family member.
There is good news in the end from this story as Courtney Beard was found injured but alive in Antrim County early Saturday morning. Courtney Beard suffered from wounds and hypothermia.
Beard had been injured and was suffering from hypothermia from reportedly walking for several hours in the snow to reach the cabin. She was flown by helicopter to Otsego Memorial Hospital in Gaylord for emergency medical treatment.
The nature of her other injuries was not immediately known. The reason for the altercation also was not immediately known, but police said Smith was on electronic tether from a domestic violence case involving Beard. His criminal record also includes a misdemeanor conviction for assault and battery.
Brandon Jay Smith was also at the cabin with Courtney Beard and was taken into custody and arrested. It is reported by police that Brandon Jay Smith is on probation in connection with a recent assault against Courtney Beard. Beard’s family says he was ordered to stay away from Courtney Beard, but apparently removed his tether before the alleged kidnapping. The judicial system needs to throw this individual in jail before this stalking winds up in murder.