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Dream number 12346 21 November 2019 3 psychic prediction
Missing child Audrey Westfall found safe in a car here, Bret Harte by school.

Dream number 12346 21 November 2019 3 psychic prediction

Missing child Audrey Westfall found safe in a car here, Bret Harte by school.

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brian2030   [Nov 27, 2019 at 10:07 PM]
The mother at the center of an Amber Alert issued this week out of Clinton won’t face criminal charges in Utah, the Clinton Police Department said Friday night. Taylor Webb had claimed she was the rightful guardian of her infant child and that they were safe together in California. But the Amber Alert issued two days earlier remained active until Friday evening, when it was canceled. Clinton police had said earlier in the day that until they could personally verify that Taylor Webb’s child was safe, the alert would remain active. “Before we can dismiss the Amber Alert we have to be able to verify the child’s safety, where she’s at, and that she’s with the appropriate state-appointed guardian,” said Clinton Police Sgt. (...) Murdock. The Amber Alert was lifted just before 6:30 p.m. Friday. Later that evening, police said the Davis County Attorney’s Office had declined to file criminal charges after a “careful and thorough investigation.” The district attorney in Stanislaus County, Calif., had also “tentatively” declined to file charges, Clinton police said. Attorneys for Webb on Friday night praised law enforcement and the Davis County Attorney’s Office “for their diligence and willingness to review the facts and weigh in on the side of justice for Taylor and Audrey.” “Understandably, this is a severely trying time for Taylor Webb, a loving and caring mother who never posed any danger or adverse risk to her newborn baby,” said attorneys Joseph Weinberger and Robert Powell in a statement. “It is unthinkable to any parent to imagine your first newborn baby being unjustly removed from your care while fighting for your life in the days after a difficult childbirth.” Police had been looking for Webb, 25, and her 3-week-old daughter, Audrey Westfall, since Wednesday. Investigators said that sometime between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. Wednesday, Webb took Audrey from the grandmother’s home. Audrey was reported as missing to police about

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