Kristian Justice and Kaylah Hunter: Two children missing after mother found murdered

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UPDATE 11/22/17 – Alicia Fox’s mother believes the children are alive and living out of state with a family member or close friend of Erin Justice, who is serving 47-80 years in his wife’s death.  Erin Justice pleaded guilty to her murder in September 2015 after he was brought back to Michigan from Georgia, reports Detroit News.

UPDATE 9/22/15 – Justice was sentenced to between 45 and 80 years in prison.  He never spoke about the children, and they are still missing.


UPDATE 9/4/15 – Justice has been charged with killing his estranged wife and has pleaded guilty to a reduced murder charge. He faces 45 to 80 years in prison for the murder charge when sentenced Sept. 22, 2015.  Kristian and Kaylah are still missing.


UPDATE  7/16/ 15 – Erin Justice has been charged with killing his estranged wife.  Kristian and Kaylah are still missing.   Jones, who pleaded guilty to being an accessory testified against Justice, saying that he helped move Fox’s body and that the children were alive when he last saw them.

                                                   Kristian Justice, 8 months old, and Kaylah Hunter, 6, from Detroit.

Authorities realized they were missing after they found the body of their mother Alicia Fox shot to death on June 9 in a vacant house in Penrod.  They believe she died sometime between May 25 and May 27 in her home on Ardmore.

Fox’s husband, Erin Justice, and the father of Kristian, has been arrested on murder charges in connection with her death and is being held in Georgia, waiting extradition to Michigan.  Timothy Jones, 27 was also charged for accessory after the fact.

There was blood found in the home, but they do not know if it is Alicia or her children till they receive test results.

“We believe that he has information on the children’s whereabouts,” Detroit Police Chief James Craig told the Detroit Free Press.  

There is a reward for information on their whereabouts.

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