Authorities discontinue Amber Alert for child abducted in Southeast Texas.
GROVES, Texas (KWTX) - UPDATE: The Amber Alert issued Saturday afternoon for Jaiceon Robertson was discontinued late Saturday night.
Authorities provided no further information.
An AMBER Alert has been issued for a toddler abducted in East Texas.
Jaiceon Robertson, 4, was last seen at 4:50 p.m. June 4 in the 2700 block of Boyd Ave in Groves where he was taken Blake Robertson, 34.
Law enforcement believe the child to be in grave or immediate danger.
The toddler is described as a Black little boy who is 3′6″ tall, 70 lbs. with black hair and brown eyes and wearing a gray Timberland shirt and black shorts with scars on arms, stomach and legs.
Robertson is described as a Black man who is 6′, 222 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes and has several tattoos on upper body.
In a report by KHOU, Robertson picked up the child on June 4 and return him June 5 that lead to the mother of the child attempted to reach out text the suspect and Robertson’s friends and family to see if they knew where he was.
“Groves Police learned Blake Robertson lived with his mom in Houston, so Houston Police were sent to her residence to see if they could find him. Their attempts were unsuccessful,” states the report.
Robertson threatened to kill police and their son if law enforcement got involved, according to the mother of the toddler.
Anyone with information is to call 9-1-1 or 409-722-4965.
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