As a police search for a missing Oak Park child continues, a Cook County judge has issued an arrest warrant for the missing girl’s mother, who is accused of taking her daughter out the back door of a restaurant kitchen during a supervised visit.
On Monday, Cook County domestic relations Judge Regina Scannicchio issued an arrest warrant for Wendy Jarvis, 41, of the 1100 block of South Boulevard in Oak Park.
Authorities said Jarvis took her daughter, Zoe Stegmeyer, 6, out the back door of the Wild Onion Tied House, 1111 South Blvd. in Oak Park, at about 11:15 a.m. Saturday during a supervised visit. The court-appointed supervisor told police that Jarvis said she was taking her daughter to the restroom but instead took the child out through a rear door of the restaurant’s kitchen.
In an order, Judge Scannicchio said “the court is extremely concerned for the minor child’s physical safety.” The
UPDATE: Sarah Marcella Jordan, the mother of 10-year-old Angelia Jordan who has been missing since Tuesday, has been arrested and taken into custody. According to authorities, she was arrested in Florida. The children, Angelia and her two other sisters identified as 13-year-old Aleshia and 16-year-old Marcella, are are currently in the custody of Child Protective Services.
Thursday, 11:30 a.m. update: A 10-year-old girl, who authorities think had been abducted by her mother from Oak Hill Elementary School in Southwest Austin, is “out of Texas heading east,” according to court documents.
10-year-old Angelia Jordan has been missing since Tuesday, after investigators say her mother took her from Oak Hill Elementary School in southwest Austin.
A warrant for arrest has now been issued for Angelia’s mother, Sarah Marcella Jordan.
Angelia and her two other sisters, identified as 13-year-old Aleshia and 16-year-old Marcella are listed as missing by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The girls had previously been placed into foster care by CPS due to alleged abuse.
Staff at Oak Hill Elementary were reportedly aware Jordan might attempt to take Angelia. Tuesday afternoon, a school employee tried to prevent Angelia from going with her older sister, but she was grabbed by her mother and they ran to a nearby van.
They drove off in a vehicle described as a grey or green 2002 Ford van. The license plate number is BSD3195. Authorities believe the girls have been taken out of the state.
In a letter to parents Tuesday night, Principal Lori Komassa said Angelia Jordan, 10, has not yet been located and said the girl’s mother is being charged with interference with child custody. School officials did not identify the woman.
Cleveland County authorities are on the lookout for a one-year-old girl and two suspects in an alleged kidnapping case.
An Amber Alert, and later an arrest warrant, was issued after Bracie Schivers was reported missing late Friday.
Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office authorities believe Schivers, who was last seen in Norman, is traveling with Bryant Dwight Schivers Jr. and Tara Springfield in a white Chevrolet pickup truck with the license plate BQQ657.
According to the alert issued by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the parental rights were removed from the suspects on Aug. 4. This was due to evidence of child endangerment.
They are known to be heavy drug users, according to the alert, and it is believed Schivers is in “immediate danger.”
An arrest warrant was issued for Schivers Jr. for kidnapping by CCSO. Additionally, CCSO reports that three more children may be traveling with Schivers Jr. and Springfield.