Fears are mounting for a baby boy who vanished after three of the child’s loved ones were found murdered.
Police believe King Crockett, 2, was taken by his father, 29-year-old Caesar Crockett, who is now accused of killing his girlfriend’s mother, stepfather and sister in Macon, Georgia on Tuesday night.
Crockett allegedly got into an argument with Jamila French, the child’s mother, before shooting Janet Samuel, 67, James Samuel, 69, and Lachasta Childs, 47, who were identified by the Macon Telegraph.
‘Crockett then fled the scene with his 2-year-old son King Cane Crockett. Caesar is driving a 2007 Pontiac G5 black in color with a drive-out-tag on it,’ the Bibb County Sheriff’s office said.
‘Caesar Crockett is wanted for three counts of murder and one count of kidnapping. Caesar has family in both Florida and California.’
Police described Crockett as being approximately six feet, one inch tall and weighing about 180 to 200 pounds. He was last week wearing a black long sleeve shirt and black shorts with red and white strips.
King Crockett was reportedly wearing a black shirt and blue jogging pants with a white strip on the side, as well as a white hoodie with a blue Superman logo on the front.
The sheriff’s office said the child is believed to be in extreme danger. Anyone with information regarding the case has been urged to call police in Bibb County.
Authorities in Georgia have since issued a Levi’s Call for the two-year-old, which is the state’s Amber Alert System.