UPDATE: PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. (1/3/2020 3:39 pm) — Police have canceled an AMBER Alert for a 6-year-old boy who was reported missing out of Sherwood, Arkansas after he was recovered safely and the suspect in his disappearance was arrested at a hotel in North Little Rock.
The alert was issued for 6-year-old Julian Boyd Friday morning after the boy was last seen around 6 a.m. Napoleon Haire, 33, was described as a suspect in Boyd’s disappearance and considered armed and dangerous.
Around 12 p.m., police say investigators with the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office told North Little Rock Police that the vehicle involved in the AMBER Alert had been located at the Quality Inn & Suites on W. 29 Street.
Officers with NLRPD immediately responded, and police say the coordinated effort lead to the safe recovery of the child and Haire’s arrest.
According to a post on the Arkansas Department of Corrections Facebook page, Haire is on probation for aggravated assault and tampering with physical evidence and that he also did prison time on several charges, including battery and theft of property.
ORIGINAL: PULASKI COUNTY, Ark. (1/3/2020 12:02 pm)— The Sherwood Police Department has issued an Amber Alert for 6-year-old Julian Boyd.
He is black, 4 feet tall, weighs 50 pounds, black low cut hair with brown eyes.
According to Arkansas State Police, Boyd went missing Friday morning (January 3, 2020) at 6:00 a.m. from Pulaski County.
The suspect he is with is considered armed and dangerous.
The suspect’s name Napolean Haire, 33. His last known address is 7515 Geyer Springs, Little Rock.
He is black, 5’11” with low cut, black hair, and brown eyes and his complexion is dark.
He may be traveling in a 2001 Grey Lexus 300 with Arkansas License plate 058YST
Anyone with information should contact Sherwood Police Department at 501-835-1425.
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