UPDATE 8/1/17 – Priscilla has been found after a police pursuit. The Montgomery County authorities chased a silver pickup truck that was evading police into San Jacinto County. It crashed into a DPS Tahoe and the police took the male into custody. The female in the truck turned out to be a 13-year-old that an Amber Alert was activated on.
“Just after 9am Tuesday a vehicle believed to have been involved in the Amber alert from Hildago County rammed a US Marshal at SH 242 and US 59, a pursuit started with several Montgomery County units . The chase of the silver dually pickup continued north at speeds of over 80mph. Liberty County,, Cleveland PD and Cleveland ISD Police then got involved. It continued into San Jacinto County. That is when a DPS Trooper attempted to spike the fleeing truck. The truck tried to swerve from the spikes, lost control and slammed into the DPS Tahoe. The contents of the troopers vehicle were spilled onto the highway as his rear hatch was open. Officers approached the truck and took the male into custody. They alspo detained a female passenger who at first appeared to be an adult. That young woman was the girl that a statewide amber alert was issued for. She is unharmed. US 59 traffic will be heavy for awhile as it had been shut down for the crash. It is now reopened however a very heavy backup”.
Original Story: An Amber Alert has been activated in Donna, Texas. Priscilla Martinez, 13, was last seen on Wednesday, August 9, 2017. It is believed that Priscilla is with Rudolf Nuncio, 41. They may be traveling in a silver 2015 Dodge Ram with Texas plate NFW-2831.
Nuncio was last heard from in Dallas, according to the Hidalgo County Sheriff’s Office, and the authorities are stating that Priscilla is in grave danger.
Priscilla is 5’11” tall and weighing 160 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair. She was last seen wearing black-rimmed glasses.
The vehicle has mud flaps with an image of a horse with wings on them.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of either Martinez or Nuncio is asked to call the Hidaldo County Sheriff’s Department at 956-383-8114.