Amber Alert Cancelled, Children Found Safe - NBC 7 San Diego

Amber Alert Cancelled, Children Found Safe



    An Amber Alert issued Saturday for two Nevada children across several counties, including San Diego County, was deactivated after the kids were recovered safely in Sacramento, Calif.

    There were no details about whether their parents were in custody, the alert simply said it was cancelled refering people to Elko police.

    Police said Friday the parents took them against court order.

    The Amber Alert was in effect in San Diego County, as well as the following California Counties:

    Amber Alert Issued for Nevada Children

    [DGO] Amber Alert Issued for Nevada Children
    An Amber Alert was issued for two Nevada children believed to have been abducted by their parents. The alert included San Diego County, but has since been cancelled after the children were found safe in Sacramento, Calif. NBC 7's Dave Summers reports.
    (Published Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013)

    Sierra, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Yolo, Solano, Contra Costa, Alameda, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, El Dorado, Amador, San Joaquin, Calaveras, Alpine, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Mono, Mariposa, Merced, San Benito, Monterey, Madera, Fresno, Inyo, Tulare, Kings, San Luis Obispo, Kern, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Orange, Riverside and Imperial.

    The children were last believed to be in Sacramento, and investigators believed their parents were attempting to enter Mexico with the children. Again, the children were found in Sacramento, according to authorities.

    The children were in the custody of a district court in Nevada. A court order stated that the children were in “danger of serious physical harm or death.”

    Police said Martin Cisneras Rosales, a 33-year-old man, is the child’s father. He has an alias of Martin Cisneros. He was last seen with Amber Schenck, a 29-year-old white female and the mother of the two kids.

    The alert comes in the wake of a high-profile kidnapping case in San Diego that prompted California to issue its first statewide Amber Alert to cellphones.

    Some NBC San Diego viewers were asking on Facebook why they did not receive a notification on their cellphones, like when San Diego teen Hannah Anderson went missing last week.

    Authorites said Friday's Amber Alert is a regional one and that the cellphone alerts are only deployed statewide.

    The children involved in this case were Lillianna Ramirez, a 9-year-old Hispanic female, and Martin Angel Rosales II, a 3-year-old Hispanic male (pictured above).

    Martin Rosales has violent tendencies when dealing with police, the Amber Alert read.

    There is also a restraining order keeping him away from his son issued July 26, 2013.

    Please call 911 if you have any any information.

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