Montana is officials issued an Amber Alert on Monday evening for a missing Anaconda girl believed that she has been taken by her non custodial parents. The alert says Adrianna Carreia at the age of 11 got into a red vehicle driven by a man with dark hair after she was dropped at school on Monday morning around to be 8 a.m. Adrianna Carreia is 5 foot 2, 130 pounds with brown hair and gray eyes. Atlastshe is seem to be wearing a Griz sweatshirt, maroon sweat pants, purple boots and a red coat. She was carrying shoes and a red backpackon her hands.
The Suspected persons
In this case they are suspected by the two persons they are Justin Taylor at the age of 30 and Amanda Carreia at the age of 31. Taylor is 5 foot 9 and his weight was at 155 pounds with brown hair and gray eyes. Amanda Carreia is 5 foot 5 and his weight was at 200 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. Both parents also use the last name Gangi Stamps.
They are believed to be in a red 1995 Toyota Camry with Washington license plate number BUU3550. Anyone with information is asked to contact to the police at 406-563-5241 or 911. An AMBER Alert has been issued for 12 year old Rihannon McGuire from Lakeside who was abducted by her non custodial mother Michelle Ferguson.
Similar missing case in Montana
Montana Crime Lab results show that the body was that of 41year old Tammy Salle. Salle was reported missing on December 26, 2013 and is believed to have been murdered by her boyfriend, who took his own life shortly after she went missing said by the authorities. The crime lab in Missoula released the autopsy report Monday to Anaconda police had confirmed that the identity of the body, said Anaconda police detective by Ken Walund.
Investigators suspect said Salle was killed by her boyfriend John Goldberg, who dumped her body in the river near Galen. Goldberg was at the age of 38, committed suicide by shooting himself a few days after police first questioned him about Salle’s disappearance in late December. He left a note but it that he did not mention anything about Salle’s death or her whereabouts. Barkell said the vehicle was discovered about six or seven miles from where the body was found in the river.