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Police: Search for runaway juveniles with baby

Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept. Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept.
Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept. Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept.
Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept. Provided By: Cross County Sheriff's Dept.

Cross County, AR (KAIT)- Deputies in Cross County need your help finding two teens who ran away with a 7 month old baby.

They say Charles Cody Alexander, 16, left his home in Parkin, AR driving 1996 Black Chevrolet Monte Carlo with dealer tag EX23528 back on Wednesday, July 21st at around 2:20 a.m. They say he drove to Colt, AR and picked up Samantha Paine, age 16 and her 7 month old infant.

Charles Cody Alexander is a white male, approximately 5'7 in height, 160 pounds, black hair and brown eyes with a D.O.B. of 09/23/93.

Samantha Paine is a white female, approximately 5'3 in height, 115 pounds, black hair, blue eyes with a D.O.B. 03/26/94.

Charles Cody Paine is a white male infant approximately 7 months old,

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of these juveniles please contact the Cross County Sheriff's Office Central Dispatch at 870-238-5700, open 24 hours a day, seven days a week or Cross County Criminal Investigations Office at 870-238-5766 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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