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Vincent Moore missing from Wichita #Kansas
On or around June 5, the mother dropped off the 4-month-old and a 2-year-old child with their father for visitation. After a few days, the mother’s attempts to contact the father were unsuccessful “and continued efforts to reach the father and locate the whereabouts of the children were also unsuccessful.” On Wednesday, the father was stopped by Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputies in the 5500 block of West 21st Street, near Sedgwick County Park, and was arrested and booked into jail on unrelated warrant When he was arrested, Moore had the 2-year-old with him, but not the 4-month-old. The 2-year-old has since been returned to the mother.
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