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Woman wanted for abandoning or endangering a child in custody

Kelisha Yvonne Kothe is wanted by Randall County officials (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office) Kelisha Yvonne Kothe is wanted by Randall County officials (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office)
Kelisha Yvonne Kothe is wanted by Randall County officials (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office) Kelisha Yvonne Kothe is wanted by Randall County officials (Source: Randall County Sheriff's Office)
RANDALL COUNTY, TX (KFDA) -

A woman wanted for abandoning or endangering a child is now in police custody.

Kelisha Yvonne Kothe, 34, has a felony warrant out of Randall County for two counts of abandoning or endangering a child.

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Kothe is described as 5-foot-6, 120 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.

If you know where she may be, call the Randall County Sheriff's Office at (806) 468-5800.

If your information leads to her location and arrest, you could receive a reward from Amarillo Crime Stoppers.

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