Sunday morning, a 16-year-old Indiana girl last seen Saturday morning had given an Amber Alert. She has discovered since then.
Madison Elizabeth Yancy Eddlemon was safe in Arkansas, said Chris Lavender, FBI Indianapolis ‘ government relations spokeswoman. A topic related to her disappearance is in custody. There was no release of their identity.
FBI Indianapolis officials were assisting the inquiry with the Deputies of Lake County Sheriff and Little Rock FBI officers, Lavender said.
Alexander Martin Curry-Fishtorn, 22, was recognized by authorities as a suspect when the Eddlemon Amber Alert had given.
According to a Crown Point Police Department Facebook article, Eddlemon’s vehicle had abandoned close to Magnolia and Sherwood drives.
According to the article, Eddlemon and her family have a protective order for stalking against Curry-Fishtown. Eddlemon’s mother Nichole Cain said in an interview that Curry-Fishtorn was very controlling, stabbed her in the past with a needle, and left bruises.
Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for an Indiana license plate number, 645 RIS, dark gray 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. If the suspect is spotted, police ask individuals not to approach him but instead call 911.
Madison’s vehicle had discovered abandoned early on Saturday morning at an intersection between Cleveland Street and Sherwood Drive. Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez Jr. said the kid might be in “severe risk.”
Nichole Cain, Eddlemon’s mom, told the outlet, “I just want her home and secure.” “If anybody understands anything, call the police, kindly. I want to go back to my daughter. That’s all I’d like.