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Amber alert issued for 2 year-old Georgia boy after father killed three family members

An Amber Alert was issued for 2 year-old King Crockett of Macon, Georgia. It has been reported that the abductor was last seen today on I-75 in the area of Gainesville, Florida.

Crocket has been missing since March 31, 2020 according to authorities following a shooting incident that killed three people.

The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting incident that was reported to have occurred in the 500 block of Moreland Avenue, Tuesday evening.

Police looking for 29 year-old Caesar Crockett

Deputies arrived on the scene and found three people shot in the house and one female with injuries. It was reported that there was an altercation between 29-year-old Caesar Zamien Lamar Crockett Jr. and his child’s mother, 30-year-old Jamila Augustine French. During the altercation, Crockett pulled a firearm and shot French’s mother, 67-year-old Janet Samuel, and stepfather, a 69-year-old James Samuel, and sister 47-year-old Lechasta Childs killing them. French was treated for her injuries she sustained during the physical altercation and released.

Crockett then fled the scene with his 2-year-old son King Cane Crockett.

Caesar is driving a 2007 Pontiac G5 black in color with a drive-out-tag (S0325629) on it. If anyone knows the location of Crockett and his son please call the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office or 911.

Caesar Crockett is wanted for three counts of Murder, and one count of Kidnapping.

Caesar has family in both Florida and California.

Caesar is six foot one inch tall weighing between one hundred and eight to two hundred pounds, he was last seen wearing a black long sleeve shirt, black shorts with red and white stripes on the side.

King Crocket last week wearing a black t-shirt, blue jogging pants with white strip, black and white hoodie with blue Superman logo.

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