Police Issue Amber Alert After Man Uses Stun Gun - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Amber Alert 11/10/03

Police Issue Amber Alert After Man Uses Stun Gun

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Police have issued an Amber Alert after they say a man entered his estranged wife's home in Grand Prairie and took his son by force using a stun gun.

Charles Leon Wood, 37, used the stun gun against the boy's mother in the 500 block of Luscino, police say. He is wearing a light gray sweat shirt.

The missing boy is 7-month-old Braeden Thomas Wood, who was last seen wearing a blue, long sleeve jumper with a teddy bear emblem.

The suspect may be driving a brown sport utility vehicle, possibly a tan Ford Explorer or Lincoln Navigator. A license plate is currently unavailable.

Police say the suspect has vowed not to be taken alive and may have made threats to kill his wife and himself.

Anyone with information is urged to immediately contact police.

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