Found Deceased FL - Taylor Rose Williams, 5, Jacksonville, 6 Nov 2019

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    Noted from the presser:
    • At 7:22am patrol officers responded to 661 Ivy St regarding a missing child, 5 year old Taylor Williams, missing from her bedroom
    • She was not wearing shoes
    • Amber Alert issued
    • Back door was unlocked
     
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    I just went back on the last 6 cases of youngsters this age missing after 12 am or about. I fear for this child. So close to home..
     
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    The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is upgrading its missing child alert to an Amber Alert for missing 5-year-old Taylor Rose Williams, who was last seen in the Brentwood area Wednesday morning.

    FDLE, however, has not upgraded its missing child alert and told First Coast News that it is working with JSO at this time. AMBER ALERT: Hundreds searching for missing 5-year-old Jacksonville child

    Amber Alert issued for missing 5-year-old Florida girl who was last seen in her bedroom

    Very confusing. We all know that an Amber Alert cannot be issued unless there is a suspect vehicle or other credible evidence that she is in or was in a moving vehicle? All these news orgs are saying police have issued one and yet, she is not listed with FDLE as having an amber alert, just a missing child alert and she is of course not listed on Missingkids.org as an amber alert.

    Watching to see how this case develops. Unusual that she was just, there in her room at midnight and poof not in the morning.

    She was reported missing at 7:22 this morning per this presser Wondering what time she was first noted as missing and how long adults looked around the general vicinity and house before placing that call.

    ETA she has now been listed as an amber alert via FDLE

    Here are their criteria

    FDLE says to activate an AMBER alert, five criteria must be met:

    • The child must be under 18 years of age.
    • There must be a clear indication of an abduction.
    • The law enforcement agency's preliminary investigation must conclude that the child's life is in danger.
    • There must be a detailed description of child, abductor and/or vehicle to broadcast to the public.
    • The activation must be recommended by the local law enforcement agency of jurisdiction
    minor child - check
    clear indication of abduction - unknown
    LE feels she is in danger - check due to her age it is presumed she is not safe
    Detailed description of Child, abductor and/or a suspect vehicle - we've got description of child but neither of the other two items that we know of
    activation by LE in jurisdiction - check
     
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    I got the Amber Alert on my phone a few minutes ago for whatever that’s worth, so it’s apparently for real.
     
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    Each state has their own requirements for issuing an Amber Alert. Florida does not require a description of a suspect vehicle and will issue an Amber Alert so long as they have a detailed description of the child and/or abductor.
     
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    How far is this Amber Alert reaching right now? I got it here in Miami (about 350 miles away). Is anyone in Alabama, Georgia, or Louisiana getting it?
     
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    I'm in Jacksonville and got it about 45 minutes ago. I hate that I feel this way but I get a Haleigh Cummings vibe and that makes my heart extra sad. I hope I am wrong and Taylor is found safe and sound very soon! I will be following this one closely...
     
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    I got mine in central florida.
     
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    Can someone please make a stickied topic about issuing amber alerts? Especially stating that every state/country has other requirements for them?

    It seems to cause confusion on every thread concerning a minor, it seems.

    If I wasn't of mobile and knew how to open a thread like this, I would do it myself :)
     
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    Maybe some locals can weigh in, but according to bestplaces.net, this is a high (violent) crime area :(
     
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