Amber Alert: Milwaukee teen Terrence Trammell kidnapped by four unknown African American males
The teen was allegedly forced inside the vehicle by the abductors as he was taking out the trash
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN: Authorities in Milwaukee have issued an Amber Alert for a 13-year-old boy who went missing on Thursday, August 19, after being last seen near 59th and Center around 8:40 in the evening. According to officials, Terrence Trammell’s mother was the one who last saw him. The mother also alleged that the 13-year-old was kidnapped by four unknown African American males.
It has been said that while Trammell was taking out the trash, a silver, possibly a Kia or Impala, sedan, stopped in front of his mother’s house. The alert said that the four alleged kidnappers came out of the vehicle and forcefully took the child inside before driving northbound on 59th Street. Reports also stated that one of the accused was wearing black Nike Dookies Air Force Ones.
Trammell’s description has been given out as an African American male with 5'3" height and 120-pound weight. He has black hair and brown eyes. He went missing while donning a Nike shirt that featured "Run it Up" or "Run it Gang" in red letters, black BB Simon pants with rhinestones, and white Nike Foamposite shoes with blue lines on them.
Anyone with information about Trammell’s alleged kidnapping or leads that would take police to the suspects has been asked to call Milwaukee Police Department at 414-935-7360.
The recent Amber Alert came soon after another one was issued in the case of a six-week-old baby from Cleveland, Ohio. The alert was issued early Wednesday morning, August 18, for little Cannon Tatum, described as a White male infant with gray eyes and black hair, and 14 pounds weight.
The toddler was allegedly taken by a family friend. Cannon’s mother, Champell Tatum, also alleged that the accused took away her vehicle with the child in the backseat around 11 pm on Tuesday, August 17. The alleged abductor along with the little one was last seen in the area of West 85th and Madison in Cleveland.
The Cleveland authorities have identified the accused as TaShanee Dumas. The 23-year-old suspect’s description is a Black female of height 5’2″ and weighs 210 pounds. Dumas is a resident of Everett Avenue in Youngstown. She is reportedly driving a black 2006 Chevy Impala with temporary Ohio tag number M388569.
Reports said before fleeing away with the child, Dumas physically assaulted Champell. Anyone with information related to the case has been urged to call 911 or call the Youngstown Police Department. Informers can also call the Cleveland Police Department at 216-623-5200.