Amber Alert Cancelled: 9 month old Andrews boy found - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/15/09

Amber Alert Cancelled: 9 month old Andrews boy found

Jesse Jaramillo (Source: Andrews Co. Sheriff) Jesse Jaramillo (Source: Andrews Co. Sheriff)

ANDREWS, TX (KCBD) Late Wednesday afternoon, the Texas Department of Public Safety issued an Amber Alert out of Andrews. About five hours later the alert was called off, with a happy ending.

Nin-month-old Jesse Jaramillo Jr. was recovered in Hobbs, New Mexico Wednesday night. According to the DPS, the child was abducted by Jesse Jaramillo, 28. 

The elder Jaramillo is still on the run.  He is described as 5'6" and 180 pounds. He is also described as having a tattoo on his neck, and mutliple tattoos on his arms. The suspect's vehicle is described as a White 1993 Nissan Maxima with New Mexico license plates: KWF-247 or KBK-966. 

Please call police if you can help.  In Lubbock you can call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000 or the police dept front desk at 775-2816.  You can also call Andrews Police Department at (432) 523 5545.

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