Infant boy who sparked an Amber Alert in Carter County found safe, no arrests made: Police
Leighton Williams, the four-month-old child has been taken away by a man named Danny Gordon. Gordon may be the child's father. The man was seen driving a 2015 black Dodge Challenger with the license plate no. BQS057 and is considered armed and dangerous.
Update: Leighton Williams, the missing 4-month-old infant who was the center of an overnight Amber Alert has been found safe, according to the authorities. It was reported that he is in good condition and is now in protective custody. Danny Gordon, his father, has not been arrested as of now.
The authorities in Carter County have issued an Amber Alert for a 4-month-old infant boy who was allegedly taken by a 33-year-old man who may be armed and dangerous.
Danny Gordon has been described as a black male driving a 2015 black Dodge Challenger with the license plate no. BQS057. According to the Carter County Sheriff's Office, the vehicle also has tinted windows. The infant, who may be Gordon's son, has been identified as Leighton Williams.
Leighton was last spotted wearing a red-and-blue Superman costume. He has a birthmark in the middle of his back and one on the right leg, close to his buttocks. According to the alert that was sent by the Carter County Sheriff's Office, deputies have been in contact with Gordon, who allegedly tried to run over the baby's mother with his vehicle after he took the child at around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12. Deputies also said that Gordon has told them he will not be bringing the baby back to his mother.
Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Gordon or Leighton is asked to call 911 or contact the Carter County Sheriff's Office at 580-223-6014.