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Amber Alert issued for Dallas-area teen

Aron Lavon Jones Aron Lavon Jones
Tarvarus Stuckey Tarvarus Stuckey

From Texas Department of Public Safety:

The Texas Department of Public Safety has issued an Amber Alert for Aron Lavon Jones, 16. Jones was last seen in Dallas on March 26th at 6:00 p.m.

His description is as follows:

Race: Black

Gender: Male

Weight: 160 lbs.

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Black

DOB: August 8, 1996

The suspect in the abduction is 24-year-old Tarvarus Stuckey. He was last seen driving a 2005 Gold Landrover with the license plate: DN2B787.

His description is as follows:

Race: Black

Gender: Male

Weight: 185

Height: 6'4"

Eyes: Brown

Hair: Black

DOB: March 26, 1989

If you have any information about this case, please call DPS at 214 671-4065.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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