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Amber Alert for missing 7-month-old Oklahoma baby

Jody Mingarez

Amber Alert Oklahoma Jody Minjarez

Police have arrested Victor and he is facing charges of murder and desecration of a corpse. When he was arrested on Wednesday the police found the baby, Jody Minjarez deceased.

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Jody Minjarez, 7-months-old, was taken from her mother and the Norman Police Department has activated an Amber Alert.

Jody was taken by his father, Victor Manuel Minjarez after he attacked Jody’s mother at her residence in the 1500 block of Lakecrest Drive in Norman, Oklahoma, on February 19, 2018.  A Victim Protective Order was issued to the mother on February 23, which also ordered Victor to be returned to his mother.  Victor responded by sending a text message to a friend saying that the mother would never see Jody again.

Norman police officials posted this regarding the Amber Alert:

“The timing was based on the investigation, along with the father’s legal rights to the child and similar incidents with those involved. Up until today, the case didn’t meet the criteria for an Amber Alert. We are working to locate the child and ensure his safety and well-being.”

Victor may be driving a light blue BMW for-door sedan or a white 2008 Cadillac Escalade, with the Oklahoma license plate 128KNQ.  He is homeless and there is no known location where he or the baby would be staying.

Victor Minjarez
Victor Minjarez

He is described as having black hair and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of 7-month-old Jody Minjarez or 31-year-old Victor Minjarez are asked to immediately call 911 or the Norman Police Department at 405-321-1444.

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