UPDATE: MADISON PARISH, La. (KTVE/KARD) — Louisiana State State Police have released more information about the missing Tallulah girl that was found safe.
State Police say that the Madison Parish Sheriff’s Office asked for their help with a Level II Endangered/Missing Child Advisory on Monday, January 4, 2021.
According to deputies with the Madison Parish Sheriff’s Office, the 11-years-old girl from Tallulah “was last seen around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 3.”
Investigators say they were given information that lead them to search for the girl in Grant Parish.
An investigation and search ensued resulting in the successful recovery of Emma Carter Ezell.
According to the Louisiana State Police, “LSP CID/SID, along with Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office and the FBI were able to locate the girl at a residence in Grant Parish.”
Deputies say the girl was found with a 22-year-old man.
Investigators identified the man as Angel Ramirez.
Ramirez was arrested and charged with aggravated kidnapping, as a fugitive from Madison Parish.
The 22-year-old man is in the Grant Parish Jail on a half a million dollar bond.
The investigation remains active and further charges are possible in this case.
UPDATE: MADISON PARISH, La. (January 4, 2021 9:24 am) — The Louisiana State Police have announced that the 11-year-old Tallulah girl reported missing on Monday has been found safe.
ORIGINAL: MADISON PARISH, La. — The Louisiana State Police issued a Level II Endangered/Missing Child Advisory on Monday morning on behalf of the Madison Parish Sheriff’s Office.
11-year-old Emma Carter Ezell was reported missing from her home in Tallulah.
Emma is a white female with brown/blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands approximately 5’6″ tall and weighs 130 pounds.
Emma was last seen wearing a Carhartt pullover, grey/black leggings, a possible “hoodie” style sweatshirt with white FILA brand tennis shoes.
If you have seen Emma or know where she is at, please call the Madison Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-574-1831.
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