February 25, 2021

1-Year-Old Boy from Ohio Found Safe after an Amber Alert Was Released When He Went Missing

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An amber alert put out for a 1-year-old boy in Ohio has been called off after the toddler was safely found. The suspect responsible for kidnapping the boy has since been taken into custody.

The authorities at the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office recently experienced a significant win after an amber alert put out for a 1-year-old boy who was reported missing was called off after he was safely found.

The sheriff’s office shared the great news on social media and explained that the toddler was found safe and appeared to be unharmed. While he is being examined, the toddler has since been reunited with his mother.

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The FCSO also found the suspect responsible for the kidnapping. 50-year-old Williams Henry Hannah has been taken into custody. The little boy was taken from his home in Madison Township, Ohio, on Tuesday. 

According to reports, it happened that at the time the kidnapping was going on, the boy’s mother was in an argument with Hannah. Shots were fired, and the mother was reportedly assaulted in the process. 


Before the authorities took Hannah in, he was reported as dangerous and driving a black GMC Yukon with an Ohio state license. He also has tattoos on his upper left arm and his inner wrist.

Two children kidnapped while in their father’s Honda Odyssey minivan were found in safe conditions.


In a similar vein, 3-month-old J’Trevion A. Jeffers was reported missing weeks ago by the Portage County Sheriff’s Office and the Akron Office of the FBI but was soon found by the authorities days after.

Jeffers was placed in emergency custody by Portage County Job and Family Services after a judge gave an order. Also, his parents were summoned to appear before the Portage County Juvenile Court. 


Earlier this month, two children kidnapped while in their father’s Honda Odyssey minivan were found in safe conditions. It happened that the kids, Winnifred and Sean, were in their dad’s van while he made a food delivery.

The car was then stolen, and the thief drove away with the kids from Jackson and Latina Streets, where their father was making the delivery. It was around 8:47 pm, and the suspect was a Hispanic male who was armed. 

By 11 pm of that fateful day, authorities put out an amber alert to cover the area of Santa Clara, San Francisco, San Mateo, Alameda. And Marin. About three hours later, the kids were found to the delight of their father.