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Missing child from Florida found living with biological father in Alabama

Missing child from Florida found living with biological father in Alabama. (Photo: Alexander Farmer/Source: Jackson County Sheriff's Office)

A child reported missing from Florida found living with biological father in Alabama.

Summerdale Police Department received a tip that six-year-old, Alexander Farmer who was reported missing from Marianna, Florida in February was staying with his biological father in local RV park .

The report revealed that the child was indeed listed as missing from Marianna Florida since February of 2018 by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

According to the report, Police Corporal, Vince Miller located the suspect, Justin Jentz while on routine patrol.

The report states investigators were lead to find the suspect in a different RV park than initially reported by the given tip.

Six-year old Alexander Farmer was found safe and in good health, and efforts are being made to return him to Florida with assistance provided by the Florida Department of Children and Family and the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, says the report.

The report states, Justin Jentz, Alexander’s biological father, reportedly was using a false identity while staying at RV park in Summerdale Alabama.

According to the report, Jentz was taken into custody by an Arrest Warrant issued out of Florida and will be held in Alabama until the pending extradition proceedings charges are resolved in Florida.



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