Shoot Out With Police Ends Amber Alert For 9 Yr. Old Texas Girl

Amber Alert: Caitlyn Williams image source: kwch.com

An Amber Alert was issued early Tuesday morning for 9-year-old Caitlyn Elizabeth Williams, of Benbrook TX, believed to be with her uncle, 24-year-old Jessie Nicholas Williams, of Arlington. The girl’s parents believed she was headed to a friend’s house for the weekend, but according to police she never showed up. Police believe Jessie took Caitlyn on Friday. Both Caitlyn and Jessie were spotted twice over the weekend, once at a hotel on Alta Mesa Boulevard at Interstate 35W and later at a hair salon on Bryant Irvin Road in Fort Worth TX.

Benbrook Police Officer Sandy Eubanks said Tuesday afternoon that a tip led them to a hotel room in Bossier City.  Officers staked out the room and eventually made entry, where Jessie engaged law enforcement. An officer was also injured in the exchange.

Missing 9-year-old Caitlyn is alive and safe in Bossier City, Louisiana and her uncle is dead after a shootout with law enforcement, officials say. Officials declined to elaborate on Caitlyn’s condition, but she is expected to be returned to her parents in North Texas soon

More as the story develops.

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Joining the U.S. Air Force right out of high school, Jon had the opportunity to experience many different parts of the world and different cultures. His post military career path, both white collar and blue collar, allowed him to work alongside both CEOs and average Joes. "Writing was never a goal or even vaguely contemplated as a career choice, it just happened, an accidental discovery of a talent and a passion." A passion that has taken him in many directions from explorations of the zombie subculture and writing zombie stories to politics and News. He is an avid "people watcher," political junkie and has a ravenous appetite for history and current events alike.
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