Jessica Smith: Amber Alert for 11-year-old

UPDATE:  Jessica has been found. 
A press release from the Fort Worth Police Department gives further details:

“Based on tips investigators received, New Mexico State Police has been canvassing the state of New Mexico for the past few days. Today, February 12, 2012 at approximately 1:00 p.m., New Mexico State Police Officers located Jessica and Kimberly in their vehicle nine miles South of Tres Piedras, New Mexico which is an area on the edge of Carson National Forest. Both Kimberly and Jessica appeared to be very exhausted and hungry; they were both immediately transported to a local hospital in order to receive further medical attention. 11 year old Jessica did not appear to be physically injured at the time she was located.
Jessica when she was younger and
Kimberly Smith

Kimberly will eventually be extradited to Fort Worth on her two felony warrants; Aggravated Assault and Endangering a Child. Both are from Tuesday’s investigation that revealed these acts of violence that took place the day prior.”

UPDATE:

A message appeared on Jessica’s Facebook page and a text message was sent to her friend that said not to worry about her.  Authorities do not believe that the messages were actually from Jessica.

An amber alert has been issued for Jessica Smith, 11, who police believe may have been taken by her mother from her Fort Worth, Texas home.

Kimberly Smith 42, Jessica’s mother is going through a divorce and had been arguing with relatives in the home.

Police believe Kimberly took Jessica when she left the home on the 300 block of Indiana Avenue sometime during the night or the following morning and took Jessica.

Jessica is 5’1″, 120 pounds with brown hair.  Kimberly is 5’2″ and 150 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.  She has a coos tattoo on the back of he neck and another tattoo on her back.

Kimberly drives a 2007 silver Mazda CS-9 with plates BMZ-390.  The car has tinted windows with a Harley Davidson pink and green decal on the era window.

If you see either one of them, please call 911.d

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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