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Update at 8 a.m. On January 27, 2021- Law Enforcement reported receiving a tip regarding the 10 year-old girl, Breanne Marie Jones, missing from Sampson County. 

According to officials, Breanne was found safe with her father, Jonathan Jones the suspect in the case. Both suspects in the case were arrested.

Update at 8:00 pm on January 26, 2021 – Photos have been released in connection with the AMBER Alert published earlier today. Breanne Marie Jones, the missing 10-year old is seen alone in one photo. Another image of Breanne shows her with suspected abductor, Jonathan Jones. Officials also released a photo of the female suspect in the abduction of Breanne, Christina Renee Edge, and the 2004 Chevrolet Impala, red, passenger car they may be traveling in. They were last seen on January 26, 2021, in Turkey, NC.

Photos of Christina and the car are featured below as well as details published earlier today.

Jonathan Jones is described as a white male, 5′9″ tall and 190 lbs. He has brown hair and brown eyes, a cross tattoo on his left cheek and a “Breanne” tattoo on his left hand. He was last seen wearing a blue t-shirt, grey carpenter pants and brown boots.
Christina was last seen wearing black pants, tennis shoes, and a pink and black jacket. She has a spider web tattoo on her left neck and “Jayquan” tattooed on her hand.

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According to reports, an AMBER alert is currently issued for a 10-year-old female in Sampson County. AMBER stands for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response.

Last seen with the child was an adult male 5′ 9″ in height and weighing around 190 pounds going by the name Jonathan Lewis Jones who is 38 years of age, and an adult female, Christina Renee Edge, who is around 5′ 2″ in height weighing around 150 pounds.

The missing girl, Breanne Marie Jones, was last seen wearing a grey and pink Adidas hoody, red leggings, and white, Adidas shoes with white and pink stripes. She is described as white in color, light brown hair with green eyes, around 3′ 4″ in height, and weighs about 75 pounds. She goes by the name Breanne Marie Jones and wears glasses. Breanna was had a Jansport book bag with black ink stains with her the last time she was seen. 

Jonathan has brown hair and eyes with a tattoo of a cross on his left cheek and a tattoo on his left hand with the child’s name “Breanne”. According to reports, he was last seen wearing a blue shirt, grey carpenter pants, and brown boots.

Christina was last seen wearing black pants, tennis shoes, and a pink and black jacket. She has a spider web tattoo on her left neck and “Jayquan” tattooed on her hand.

Anyone with information, please contact the Sampson County Sheriff’s Department at (910) 592-4141, or dial 911, or * H.P. More information will be published as soon as it becomes available for more information dial 511. 

No photo is available at this time. The North Carolina Department of Public Safety page for this Amber Alert is currently unavailable. 

January 13, 2021, was AMBER Alert Awareness Day. According to the N.C.’ website, ALL of the following statutory criteria (G.S. §143B-499.7) must be met before the N.C. Center for Missing Persons will activate an AMBER Alert.

The child is:

  • 17 years old or younger
  • believed to have been abducted,
  • not taken by a parent (unless the child is in danger)
  • not believed to be a runaway or voluntarily missing
  • and the abduction has been reported to and investigated by a law enforcement agency.

The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons is the only agency that can activate an AMBER Alert and will do so ONLY at the request of an investigating law enforcement agency. It is then the responsibility of the Center to determine whether there is sufficient identifying data to justify AMBER Alert activation. For instance, there must be sufficient descriptive data on the child, abductor and/or abductor’s vehicle for the public to be on the lookout for something. It does no good to activate an AMBER Alert if sufficient information can’t be provided to the public.

If the abduction of the child is known or suspected to be by a parent of the child, the Center may disseminate information through the AMBER Alert System if the child is believed to be in danger of injury or death.

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