AMBER ALERT UPDATE: 6-month-old girl found safe in Arizona

Laylani Mosley, the 6-month-old girl believed to have been abducted by her grandmother, has been located in Arizona within the last half-hour, says Lt. Bo Sendsbo of the Huntington Beach Police Department.


Amber Alert issued for 6-month-old baby from Huntington Beach

HUNTINGTON BEACH – A 6-month-old Huntington Beach girl believed to have been taken by her grandmother was located in Arizona today.

Lt. Bo Svendsbo of the Huntington Beach Police Department said shortly after 7 p.m. the girl, Laylani Mosley, had been located in Arizona ”within the last half hour.”

Svendsbo said he did not know the circumstances of the girl being found but said he had no reason to think she had been injured.

Svendsbo also said he did not know if the girl’s grandmother was with her.

An Amber Alert was issued earlier for the girl.

Police were told about the missing girl about 12:25 p.m., according to Huntington Beach police Lt. Mitch O’Brien.

The girl had last been seen about 9 a.m. with her grandmother, 57-year- old Carolyn Ferguson, who family members said had a history of mental illness and depends on medication, O’Brien said.

Ferguson was last seen about 10 a.m. in Fontana in a 2007 PT Cruiser, which has front-end damage and a license plate of 5UQZ701, O’Brien said.

Ferguson is white, about 5 feet 7 inches and 175 pounds, with blond hair and blue eyes.


EARLY STORY

HUNTINGTON BEACH – An Amber Alert was issued today, Wednesday, July 2, at 5:45 pm by the Huntington Beach Police Department for a 2007 white Chrysler PT CRuiser, CA License #5UQZ701.

The public is being asked to help locate the missing child, Laylani Mosely, and the suspect, Carolyn Ferguson. The suspect is the child’s grandmother. The suspect has a history of mental illness and is in need of medication. The child was last seen at her residence at 9 am with the suspect. The suspect is believed to be driving the white 2007 PT Cruiser. If you have any information regarding the child’s or suspect’s whereabouts, please contact the Huntington Police Department at 714-960-8825 or call 911 immediately.

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