AMBER ALERT: Three Lubbock Children Missing - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/27/08

AMBER ALERT: Three Lubbock Children Missing

LaShawnda Annice Theriac LaShawnda Annice Theriac
Jasmine Nichole Bazan Jasmine Nichole Bazan
Angel Contreras Angel Contreras
Kenneth M. Wilcox Kenneth M. Wilcox

Lubbock Police have issued an alert for three children. The two youngest are siblings, but all three reside in the same apartment.

  • LaShawnda Annice Theriac
        Black Female, age 14
  • Jasmine Nichole Bazan
       Hispanic Female, age 11
  • Angel Contreras
        Hispanic Male, age 8
  • Captain Greg Stevens says a man, who lives at the same apartment complex as the three, was supposed to be taking them to Six Flags over Texas in Arlington along with his son over the weekend. They believe the man left his son in Amarillo and then headed east, spending some time in Arlington. Police believe the man was headed to East Texas or Shreveport, Louisiana, with the children.

    Stevens says the three children were last seen in Lubbock on Friday, and last heard from on Saturday.

    Based on information received, Lubbock Police believe the children are in danger.

    Person of Interest
    Kenneth Michael Wilcox

    DOB: 9/23/1967

    White Male
    5' 3" & 150 pounds
    Blue Eyes
    Blonde Hair w/ Gray Stripe

    Possibly driving:
    2004 Blue Ford Focus
    California 5GTX 090

    If you have any information on his whereabouts,
    please call Lubbock Police at (806) 775-2865.

    Stay with NewsChannel 11 and KCBD.com for the latest details.

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