(WIAT) — UPDATE: 05/18/2017 7:15pm All three persons of interest are now in custody in connection with the kidnapping of 7-year-old Kingston Frazier.
UPDATE: 05/18/2017 11:31am One person of interest is in custody in connection with the kidnapping of Kingston Frazier and authorities are looking for a second person who is wanted for questioning, according to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department.
Major Pete Luke said they are looking for 18-year-old DeAllen Washington.
Luke said 18-year-old Dwan Wakefield was taken into custody before 11 a.m. Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Washington is asked to contact the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office.
Left to Right: Washington, Wakefield
UPDATE: 05/18/2017 10:53am The Jackson Police Department (JPD) says that a multi-jurisdictional investigation is underway to find the person or persons responsible for the death of the child, as yet unidentified, found in the backseat of the car stolen from the parking lot of the Kroger on I-55 in Jackson. The vehicle was found in the Madison County town of Gluckstadt.
UPDATE: WJTV reports that Jacksonville Police Department Commander Tyree Jones says 7-year-old Kingston Frazier was found dead in the back seat of the vehicle.
UPDATE 9:56 a.m.: According to our sister station WJTV, The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has canceled the Amber Alert that was issued for Kingston Frazier.
An AMBER Alert has been issued for a missing child in Jackson, Mississippi.
7-year-old Frazier Kingston was last seen at the Kroger Grocery Store at 4910 I-55 North. Kingston is a black male with black hair, brown eyes, 3’9″, and 40 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white tank top shirt, khaki pants, and black and gold Jordan tennis shoes.
He was last seen in a gray Toyota Camry. The license plate is #HYX 783. A second vehicle believed to be involved is a light-colored, two-door sedan. It is possibly a Honda Civic with a dent on the rear passenger side.
If you have any information on his whereabouts, contact the Mississippi of Bureau Investigation at 855-642-5378.