Abduction of Woman From Miami Tire Store Caught on Security Footage, Now Safe

Alan Cheung
By Alan Cheung
February 11, 2019USshare
Abduction of Woman From Miami Tire Store Caught on Security Footage, Now Safe
Snapshot of security footage of woman getting abducted from a Miami tire shop. (Screenshot/CNN)

A security camera caught a woman getting abducted from a Miami tire store, Miami police has now confirmed that she is safe, Fox News reported.

The Miami police said on Feb. 10 that the woman has been found and is in good condition as authorities continue to investigate the incident.

Officials didn’t release any further information.

Police release footage on Twitter of a woman getting abducted in a “newer model white Nissan Altima with a paper tag” on Feb. 9.

Authorities said that the woman asked the employees of the tire shop to call emergency services because she was hiding from a man that was “going to kill her,” WSVN reported.

Shortly after the woman went into the restroom, a white Nissan was parked behind other parked cars.

A man got out of the vehicle, grabbed her, took her out of the restroom, and beat her.

“He was running over here. He takes her from the restroom and hit her like, I don’t know, 20 or 50 times,” said a witness who was not identified, “and then he wanted her to drive the car, so he put her in the driver’s seat. He hit her 20 more times with the door,” WSVN reported.

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6-Month-Old Baby Boy Missing Since New Year’s Eve, Parents Uncooperative: Police

Officials in Southern California are looking for six-month-old Culver City baby who hasn’t been seen in more than a month.

Jacsun Manson was last seen by witnesses on Dec. 31 in Culver City, reported ABC7. He was with his parents, Adam Manson and Kiana Williams, sitting in a blue 2006 PT Cruiser with a missing bumper after it was allegedly stolen by the two.

MISSING INFANT: Culver City police are asking the public's help finding a missing 6-month-old boy whose parents were arrested last month and remain in custody.

Gepostet von ABC7 am Donnerstag, 7. Februar 2019

Days later on Jan. 3, the couple were arrested for car theft. They were reportedly trying to break into cars, and investigators think the PT Cruiser they were in was also stolen.

Both Manson and Williams were arrested by Los Angeles police but Jacsun was not with them. Since their arrest, the couple have refused to tell the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) where their baby is, KTLA reported. They are still in the custody of the county sheriff’s department, the report said.

DCFS decided to report the child as missing on Jan. 25.

The family had been living at the Upward Bound House in Culver City, a family shelter for homeless and struggling families, KTLA reported.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said Jacsun weighs about 20 pounds, is 18 inches tall, and has brown hair and brown eyes.

Police told an NBC affiliate that Manson has at least two aliases, including Adam Owens and Adam Jackson.

Gepostet von Nancy Grace am Freitag, 8. Februar 2019

Culver City police Lt. Troy Dunlap said, “We have contacted family members and friends, and they have been cooperative,” CrimeOnline reported. “But none of the information they have given to us has actually led to the location of Jackson,” he stated.

Dunlap added that he is “hoping for the best” in finding the boy but he’s still “preparing for the worst.”

A neighbor of the couple, who only gave the name Sandi, told CBS2 that she doesn’t “think they hurt the baby.”

A car tied to the mysterious disappearance of a 6-month-old boy whose parents are incarcerated was found.

Gepostet von NBC 7 San Diego am Samstag, 9. Februar 2019

“I really don’t,” she said. “I really believe they have him somewhere and they just refuse to tell.”

She described Williams and Manson as loving parents.

“I never saw anything but that little boy being showered with love and affection, that’s all I ever saw. They were always doting parents,” the woman said.

Those with information about the case are urged to contact Detective Raya at 310-253-6318. A watch commander can be reached at 310-253-6202 during non-business hours.

Epoch Times Reporter Jack Phillips contributed to this article

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