LINCOLN COUNTY, Oregon — Unified Police said the subject and suspect in an Amber Alert issued earlier this week have been sighted near Roseburg, Oregon and they're likely headed for another Oregon city.
Emily Jolley, 43, is suspected of abducting her son, 6-year-old Terran Butler, during a supervised on Saturday. Police said another Utah woman, Bonnie Jackson, is suspected of aiding and abetting Jolley in the kidnapping.
“We do believe they are headed to the town of Yachats, Oregon and those two are together. We have also been able to confirm that Emily is a member of an extremist group so our concern is obviously very high in wanting to get this little guy home as soon as possible," said Unified Police spokeswoman Melody Cutler.
Terran and the two women are now believed to be traveling in a blue 2015 Honda Civic with Utah license plate X371WW.
Terran is Caucasian, 4 feet tall, 40 pounds, with blond hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing black gym shorts, hiking boots and a green t-shirt with blue sleeves.
Jolley is 5 feet 8 inches tall, 140 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. No information on her clothing was immediately available.
Unified Police are working with the FBI and the Lincoln County, Oregon Sheriff's Office to locate Terran, Jolley and Jackson. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is urged to call 9-1-1.
UPD is also asking the public to contact them if there is any additional insight that could aid in the investigation.