Amber Alert activated in New Mexico for three siblings FOUND

The Amber Alert was cancelled after Anderson and the three children were found in California.  The police were made aware of alleged physical abuse.


An Amber Alert has been activated in New Mexico for three siblings on Sunday Sept. 10, 2017.  Lloyd, 9, Lakai, 8, and Lexington Wyatt, 6,  of Albuquerque, New Mexico were last seen with their mother Laria Anderson, 28.

The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office is concerned for the children’s safety after Anderson allegedly threatened their lives and her own during a fight with the children’s father.

Prayers to this mother and her children💜😥
To everybody who is sharing this post for them to find this mother she took her kids only to protect them from their father:Laria Anderson (my sister) was being abused by the father of her children. 2 days ago he almost killed her. He bashed her in the face/head with a shower rod! He has been abusive for the last 10+ years ! She needed to get away ! She is unarmed and no threat to anyone

Along with the above post is a photo of Laria with a black eye.

She could be driving her silver 2009 Kia Spectra with plates AAYR80.

The Amber Alert is in effect for five counties: San Bernardino, San Diego, Riverside, Los Angeles and Orange.

Hopefully, Laria will go to the nearest police station with her children and resolve the situation.

 

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