Amber Alert released for Georgia toddler trust to be in ‘extreme danger’ – New York’s PIX11 / WPIX
April 11, 2016 - Finding Carter
DORAVILLE, Ga. – An Amber Alert has been released for a toddler abducted allegedly by his father and who is believed to be in “extreme danger,” law coercion central said.
Carter Willis Johnson, 18 months, was final seen Apr 1 with his father Willis Johnson, 31, in Doraville, Georgia, about 20 miles north of Atlanta. The Amber Alert was released Apr 8. As officials pleaded for assistance for anticipating a father-son duo, they pronounced a child is believed to be in “extreme danger.”
The child is described as carrying black hair and brownish-red eyes, station about 3 feet high and weighing about 40 pounds, according to a alert.. His father is described as a black male.
The span is believed to be roving in a dim brownish-red 2010 Range Rover with Georgia permit image No. 20110689, according to a alert. It’s not transparent where they might be going.
Anyone with information in a box should call 911 or a Doraville Police Department during 770-455-1000.