Amber Alert issued for 3 children abducted from Wyoming home by non-custodial mother
ARAPAHOE, WYOMING: According to the Wyoming Amber Alert Facebook post, an Amber alert was issued on Monday, June 13, for three children who are reportedly missing and last seen at 4.10 pm the same day. The children have been identified as Marcelina Potter, a Native American female, 7, Harley Potter, a Native American female, 6, and Brodie Potter, 4, a Native American male, 42 inches. The post tells us that their non-custodial mother, who's identified as Serena Perea forcibly removed the children from their custodial grandparent's home in central Wyoming on the Wind River Reservation.
According to Wyoming Highway Patrol, "The mother, Serena Perea was reported to be with Shelia Blackburn, aka NoSeep. The suspect vehicle is described as a gray 2018 Ford Focus with no license plates." The Amber Alert was issued by Wyoming Highway Patrol on behalf of the Wind River Police Department for the three juveniles. No other information was provided further. MEAWW will keep you updated with every development in the story.
Brodie was last seen wearing a black shirt and red swimming trunks. Marcelina was last seen wearing a white shirt and black shorts and Harley was last seen wearing a red Volcom shirt.
Crime has somewhat been in the gray area in Aparahoe. Only recently a man named Elvin Wayne McClain pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon with intent to do bodily harm. Earlier this year, a man was charged with assault after shooting his on-and-off girlfriend in the shoulder and hitting her head with a handgun and is facing life imprisonment.
If you're holding any information, please call 911 or reach out to Wyoming Highway Patrol at 307-777-4301 or Wind River Police Department 307-332-3112.