February 20, 2009

Amber Alert Issued for S.C. sisters after mother is stabbed

Authorities said they originally thought Reyes-Campos headed to Monroe, N.C., but now think he went south toward Columbia, S.C. He may be driving a 1992(other reports say a 200), tan Isuzu Rodeo with South Carolina tag BJD-238 (other reports state 287-HYN).

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South Carolina authorities said they believe Gerardo Reyes-Campos, 29, stabbed his common-law wife, Diane Madisol Trejo, 22, in the neck and hands during a fight at a Lancaster County home Thursday evening.

Deputies came to the home after a neighbor called 911 around 9:15p.m.

Trejo was flown to Palmetto Health Richland Hospital in Columbia and was in critical but stable condition.  She suffered a 21/2 to 3 inch-long stab wound on her neck.

Authorities say Reyes-Campos then took their children, 1-year-old Destiny and 3-year-old Melanie Reyes, along with a 5-year-old boy Gerado Hurto.

Officials reported Friday morning that they found the boy safe, but Lancaster County authorities later declined to confirm that.

Destiny Reyes, 1, is described as a white/Hispanic female, about 2 feet tall and 25 pounds.  She ha brown hair and brown eyes.

Melanie Reyes is a 3-year-old white/Hispanic female, about 3 feet tall and 45 pounds.

Authorities say Gerardo Reyes-Campos, 29, abducted his children.  He is described as a white/Hispanic man, 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds.  He has brown hair and brown eyes.  He is considered dangerous.

Anyone with information  should call Lt. Brown with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division immediately at 803-896-7133, or call 911 or *HP (*47) on cell phones.

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