Amber Alert cancelled, missing children located

The Amber Alert issued for nine-year-old Lillyanna Ramires and three-year-old Martin Angel Rosales was lifted Saturday morning after the children were recovered in Sacramento, Calif.
Amber Schenck, the children’s mother, who does not have custody, was with them when they were recovered around midnight. Martin Cisneros Rosales, the father, who also has no custody over the children, was not with them and has yet to be found.
Schenck was not arrested, and the children were put in the care of Child Protective Services, said Police Captain Will Lehmann of Elko, Nev.
California and Nevada police worked together through the night to confirm the children’s recovery and cancel the Amber Alert.
Elko police are working with the District Attorney’s office to file charges against Schenck, said Lehmann.
The children were taken Wednesday, and police believed they might be in physical danger, as the father, also known as Martin Cisneras, has an apparent violent history.
The vehicle first connected with the Amber Alert was a dark blue Ford Mustang.
Contact Annalise Porter at or 702-383-0264.


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