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AMBER Alert Cancelled, Abducted Teenager Located

By GQ Pan

Idaho State Police have cancelled the AMBER Alert for 16-year-old girl Bertonia ‘Toni’ Anne McFadden at 1:50 p.m. on June 30.

According to a news release, the AMBER Alert was canceled after both subjects were located.

Bertonia McFadden
Bertonia ‘Toni’ Anne McFadden. (Idaho State Police)

An AMBER Alert has been issued at 11:20 a.m the same morning for McFadden of Mountain Home, Idaho.

She was described as a white female with brown hair and brown eyes, being 5 feet tall and weighs about 140 pounds. Authorities said that she suffers from developmental delays and occasionally needs a wheelchair, which had been left at her house. She was also described as wearing a brace with purple skulls on her left leg from the knee down. The alert said that she had last been seen wearing black jeans and a pink shirt.

According to the alert, McFadden was believed to have been abducted by 24-year-old Erick Javier Miramontes Anaya. Police considered her to be in danger.

AMBER Alert suspect
Erick Javier Miramontes Anaya. (Idaho State Police)
suspect
Erick Javier Miramontes Anaya. (Idaho State Police)
Suspect
Erick Javier Miramontes Anaya. (Idaho State Police)

Anaya is described as a Hispanic male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is 6 feet tall and weighs about 175 pounds.

The Mountain Home Police Department believe that Anaya lured McFadden online and drove to her home in the early morning hours on Sunday, according to the alert.

The CNN Wire contributed to this report.