Children in AMBER Alert issued out of Seattle have been found safe, parents in custody
UPDATE 7:11 p.m. – The four children in an AMBER Alert issued out of Seattle have been found safe in Cheney, Washington. The parents are in custody and the kids are unharmed, according to Washington State Patrol.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE (KCPQ) – Washington State Patrol has issued an AMBER Alert for several children Seattle Police say are in “imminent danger” after they were allegedly abducted by their own parents Tuesday.
The suspect vehicle is a 28-foot, tan 1992 Bounder motorhome with a Washington plate number of “BPP8654” driven by 42-year-old Nicholas Antoine.
A judge recently ordered Antoine and his wife Crystal to turn their children over to Child Protective Services before the two allegedly abducted them and fled.
Caseworkers report that Antoine has threatened his family and might be withholding medication for the children.
Police believe the motorhome may be headed north.
Antoine is described as a white male, 6-foot-4, 250 pounds, with long hair and sometimes a beard. Crystal, 38, is described as a white female.
Seattle police describe the children as:
Charles Antoine, a white male, 13, described as 5’03” tall and 100 pounds with blond hair and brown eyes, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt
George Antoine, white male, 16, described as 5’6″ tall, 120 pounds, blond hair and green eyes wearing a black hooded sweatshirt
Sadie Antoine, a white female, 9, 4’0″ tall and 90 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes, wearing a black sweater
Rose Antoine, a white female, 7, 4’5″ tall and 80 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes. She was also wearing a black sweater.
If you see the vehicle or the suspect, call 911.