|Sergeant Paul Shavack
AMBER ALERT CANCELLED FOR MISSING 5 MONTH OLD
****Update July 28, 2011 4:10 p.m. AMBER ALERT CANCELED***
DSP News Release: AMBER ALERT CANCELED FOR MISSING 5 MONTH OLD
Newark- New Castle County Police have located 5 month old Ba’sai Bultron and he is reported to be safe and good condition.
Taysha Bultron is still missing and the “Gold Alert” for her remains in effect.
NCCPD continues to investigate with updates to be released when received.
The Delaware State Police wish to thank our media partners for their assistance and support with our Amber Alert Activation.
DSP News Release: AMBER ALERT ISSUED for 5 Month Old Infant, Newark, DE
This is an AMBER ALERT ACTIVATION
The Delaware State Police have issued an AMBER ALERT for the New Castle County Police Department.
DATE: Thursday, July 28, 2011 3:45 p.m.
New Castle County Police are searching for a 19 year old Newark girl who fled the residence with her five month old son after a domestic dispute.
Taysha Bultron was last seen Thursday (7/28) at 11:35 a.m. in the area of the Brookside Shopping Center with her infant son Ba’sai Bultron. She is missing from the unit block of Martindale Drive in the community of Brookside.
Bultron was last seen wearing a pink tank top, black hair bonnet with dark blue scrub pants and carrying a black and green diaper bag. She is a black female with black hair, brown eyes, light complexion and she weighs 100 pounds and stands 5’5”.
Bultron’s mental condition is such that there is a real concern for her welfare and that of the 5 month old infant. Police have searched a number of locations, but have been unable to locate the teen. The emergency phone service “A Child is Missing” has also been activated.
The New Castle County Police will be the point of contact for further information and continued updated release of information.
To offer information regarding the location of Bultron, please call 911 immediately, or the New Castle County Police Department at (302) 573-2800 or visit our website at www.nccpd.com or call Crime Stoppers at (800) TIP-3333. Citizens can also text a crime tip to: CRIMES (274637), then type TIPS702, leave one space and then begin typing the information.
Released: 072811 1545