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10-01-2016 LSU Pregame

Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Child Believed To Have Been Kidnapped By His Mother

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Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Child Believed To Have Been Kidnapped By His Mother

Lewis County, MO  (KTRS)  An Endangered Person Advisory is in effect for a missing rural Missouri boy. Authorities say four-year-old Jhul Min is believed to be with his mother, Janelle Min, who does not have custody of the boy. Janelle Min took him from her parent’s home in Ewing, Missouri near Hannibal Monday afternoon, according […]

Endangered Person Advisory Issued For Child Believed To Have Been Kidnapped By His Mother

Lewis County, MO  (KTRS)  An Endangered Person Advisory is in effect for a missing rural Missouri boy.

Authorities say four-year-old Jhul Min is believed to be with his mother, Janelle Min, who does not have custody of the boy. Janelle Min took him from her parent’s home in Ewing, Missouri near Hannibal Monday afternoon, according to police.

Jhul Min is in the care of the Lewis County Juvenile Court and is in the custody of the Missouri Children’s Division. Jhul Min has been staying with his biological maternal grandparents.

Janelle Min was previously arrested for possession of a controlled substance. After attending court on Monday, Janelle Min became involved in an argument with her father at his home. Janelle Min entered the home where the child was staying without permission and took Jhul Min.

They may be headed to the St. Louis area in a Black 2014 Chevrolet Traverse bearing Missouri plates, HC4 J5W.

Jhul Min, is  described as a white male, 4-years of age,  3’10” in height,  weighing 50 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.  He was last seen wearing a blue and white striped shirt and blue jeans.

Janelle Min is described as a  40-year-old white female, 5’05” tall,  weighing 125 pounds, with short brown hair and blue eyes.  She was last seen wearing a black jacket, white shirt, and black pants.

Anyone with any information is asked to call the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department at 573-767-5287.

 

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