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CA EMMA & DARLA YONKO: Missing from Riverside, CA - 30 July 2019 - Age 8 mo and 20 mo *Found Safe*

Discussion in 'Located/Resolved' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Aug 1, 2019.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Search On For 2 Riverside Sisters Abducted By Mother’s Boyfriend


    Authorities are searching for two young sisters who were allegedly abducted out of Riverside by their mother’s live-in boyfriend Tuesday night following a domestic violence incident.

    At 3:45 a.m. Wednesday, California Highway Patrol issued an advisory for 20-month-old Darla Yonko and her sister, 8-month-old Emma Yonko, who were allegedly kidnapped by 24-year-old Joshua Adle.

    The three could be headed to Michigan, Riverside police said.
    “There was a domestic altercation that occurred, from what we gather, nothing involved the children, but we don’t know his state of mind or anything like that,” Riverside Police Officer Ryan Railsback told CBS2 Wednesday.

    Adle kidnapped the two girls sometime after 10 p.m. Tuesday from their home in the 3100 block of Grace Street. Railsback said Adle sent some alarming text messages right after taking the children. Investigators have been unable to track his cellphone, however.

    “She’s been paranoid and terrified over not knowing where her children are,” Railsback said.

    The mother says Adle is not the girls’ biological father, but has been in a relationship with their her for a couple of years. However, Adle’s family contends he is the biological father and the children are in no danger. Officials are not yet calling the situation an Amber Alert because they are unsure if there is a threat to the girls.

    According to police, between 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tuesday, there was a physical altercation between the girls’ mother and Adle that precipitated the abductions. The mother put the girls to bed and left the home. When she got back just before 11 p.m., the girls and Adle were gone.

    “She left just for a little while to kind of help cool the situation down, and when she returned, the kids and the boyfriend were gone,” Railsback said.

    Along with kidnapping the girls, Adle also took their social security cards and birth certificates, police said. At some point, Adle allegedly told his girlfriend he was taking them to a local business, but never returned. He is from the Detroit area, and investigators believe he could be trying to head to the Michigan area.

    “If he’s just, in the heat of the moment type thing, and upset, ‘I’m gonna take the kids for a little bit,’ why would he take all this other documentation?” Railsback asked. “So that’s also concerning and leading us to believe that he intends to, or was intending to, keep these kids away from their mom more long term.”


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    There are more questions surrounding a pair of missing girls in Riverside.

    The girls went missing after their mother’s boyfriend drove off with them after an argument Tuesday night. Authorities say he is not the father. People claiming to be his relatives say he is the father, but Officer Ryan Railsback with Riverside Police tells KTLA-5 they’re not helping.

    ”They are not making any attempt to arrange the safe return of these kids to law enforcement or CPS. They just keep stalling us all day.”

    He says 24-year-old Joshua Adle could be traveling to Texas or Michigan driving a blue, 1982 four-door Cadillac with a white top. Police believe he has 18-month-old Darla Yonko and 8-month-old Emma Yonko and their government IDs.

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    Kimster Director Staff Member

    So his family appears to be assisting in the abduction?
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    Kidnapped Riverside Sisters Found In Utah, Father In Custody

    Riverside police confirmed that Utah State Highway Patrol Thursday found 24-year-old Joshua Adle, his parents and his live-in girlfriend’s two daughters in a white Dodge van on the Interstate 15 in Cedar City.

    They said the van wasn’t even on their radar because they originally believed Adle was driving a Cadillac.

    In a press conference Thursday, Riverside police Det. Christian Vaughn said he had been in contact with Adle’s family throughout the day. Vaughn said there were cultural barriers in their communication. The Adle family said investigators needed to consult with their council of elders to negotiate terms for returning the children.

    “They were imploring us to listen to them and do things the way they wanted to,” Vaughn said.
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