AMBER ALERT: 6-Year Old Jashayla Hopson


RePosted from a story online Tue 8:42 PM, Apr 30, 2013A A Reporter: Deana Day Email Updated: Wed 11:02 AM, May 01, 2013 Scooba, Miss.

Kemper County Sheriff James Moore says an AMBER ALERT has been issued in Mississippi and Alabama for 6-year old black female, Jashayla Hopson, who was apparently kidnapped from East Kemper Elementary School Tuesday.

Jashayla was last seen with an unknown woman, described as a black female, wearing a black and white dress, with tattoos of stars on one foot, and a butterfly tattoo on the opposite leg. The woman had hair braids pulled back in a pony tail and wrapped with a brown head scarf.

Authorities say they may traveling in a gray four-door mid-sized sedan.

Kemper County Sheriff James Moore told Newscenter 11 that the woman came to the school library and called the child by name and left with her. The librarian did not know the woman had not followed procedure and checked the child out through the office.

Anyone with information on the suspect or the whereabouts of Jashayla Hopson call the Kemper County Sheriff’s Department at (601) 743-2255 or (601) 743-2266.

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