Amber Alert Missing newborn’s: Armaidre Antwan Marquie Argumon Bio, Wiki, Age
It’s been three days since Texas infant Armaidre Argumon was last seen, and volunteer searchers are hoping to find anything that will lead to him.
1-month-old Armaidre Antwan Marquie Argumon was last seen on September 18 in Wells, Texas, close to the 500 Block of Old Forest Road at around 7:30 a.m. The following day, authorities found the truck the baby was last seen in and detained his father, Deandre Argumon, for questioning.
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Posted by East Texas Center for the Missing on Monday, September 21, 2020
The East Texas Center for the Missing reports that the boy’s father was possibly the driver of the truck that police located.
Family members and community volunteers are now scouring the surrounding areas in hopes of finding something that will lead to the missing baby.
“The reason we’re doing it here is that it’s the area where he was last seen, so we started at home and worked our way out,” the baby’s cousin Jakeiah Argumon told ABC 9..
Searchers expect to find something out of place, including baby clothes, items, or disturbed areas.
“Maybe something that was just put in there fresh, not something that has been there many, many months,” added Jakeiah Argumon.
Deandre Argumon remains behind bars on unrelated charges. He is currently not charged with kidnapping and claimed he gave Armaidre to the baby’s mother.
“He said he gave the baby to [the baby’s mother] and that it is nowhere to be found. He left town for whatever reason, ”he said. “They are consecutive stories. He pointed with his finger. We can’t deal with them, so we have to find out where this baby is. “
Authorities have not yet confirmed or denied the validity of Jakeiah Argumon’s statements about the boy’s mother. However, officials believe Armaidre is in immediate danger.
Meanwhile, Cherokee County Crime Stoppers is offering a “substantial” reward to anyone with information leading to the Armaidre. Anyone with information about the baby should contact the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office at 903-683-2271 or Crime Stoppers at 903-586-7867.
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