A missing, endangered, 14 year-old girl was found unharmed in La Paz County, and a suspect was arrested.
On Friday at around 8:12 pm, deputies with the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department were notified of a possible Amber Alert vehicle traveling on Highway 72 in the Bouse community toward the town of Parker. The suspect vehicle had been detected by a FLOCK safety camera that is operated by the La Paz County Sheriff’s Department.
The Amber Alert had been issued in Casper, Wyoming for a 14-year-old female, who was listed as missing and endangered.
A Sheriff’s deputy located the vehicle on Highway 95 near mile marker 138. The driver was identified as 36 year-old James Warren Martin of Casper, Wyoming.
FLOCK cameras, used by law enforcement agencies, use machine learning algorithms to flag listed suspect vehicles by license plate, vehicle make, color, type, and other identifying features. They can even work if license plates are missing or covered.
Martin was taken into custody for an outstanding felony custodial interference warrant. The girl was located, unharmed, in the suspect’s vehicle. The case was turned over to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Impressive machine! Should be in everywhere city. Thank goodness they found her alive and ok.
Great job, guys!
So happy she was found.safe.
Dawn McGuire I absolutely love that thing 😂❤️
Amen glad she’s safe.
Too many Big Brother cameras invading our privacy. Are you being watched right now through your TV? When will it end???