4 Women Arrested, Charged with Kidnapping Infant

By: Florida Highway Patrol Email
By: Florida Highway Patrol Email
Four women were pulled over along I-10 in Madison County on Sunday evening and charged with kidnapping a Jacksonville-area infant.

Clockwise from Top Left: Jakevia Rodriguez, Lakeysha Robinson, Precious Seymore, Latoya Rodriguez

News Release: Florida Highway Patrol
August 18, 2014

MADISON COUNTY, FL. -- Four women were pulled over along I-10 in Madison County on Sunday evening and charged with kidnapping a Jacksonville-area infant.

FHP says that troopers were informed of a "Be on the Lookout" notice for a white Chevrolet occupied by four black females and a ten-month-old child in reference to a kidnapping in St. John's County, Florida.

Aound 11 p.m. Sunday, Officials say a trooper observed the vehicle matching the description passing him headed westbound on I-10.

The trooper stopped the vehicle near the 255 mile marker and advised the occupants that the child's clothing matched the description of the notice. The trooper then took custody of the child until representatives from the Florida Department of Children and Families arrived.

Jakevia Rodriguez, 30, and Latoya Rodriguez, 31, both of Colquitt, Ga. along with Precious Seymour, 23, of Miami Gardens, Fl. and Lakeysha Robinson, 29, of Satsuma Fl. were arrested and charged with Kidnapping.

The suspects were taken to the Madison County Jail without incident.

FHP did not disclose any possible motives for the kidnapping. No further details are available at this time.


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