Mother, Grandmother Charged in False Amber Alert Case

As we all predicted the mother and grandmother who were in possession of the child Lisa Jordan claimed had been kidnapped are being charged with conspiracy to file a false police report. Good. Have fun in jail, ladies:

PICKENS COUNTY — The mother and maternal grandmother of two babies reported kidnapped last month have been charged in connection with the case.

The children’s mother, Keyly Martay Wade, 20, of 2225 Cannon Bottom Road, Belton, is charged with four counts of conspiring to file a false police report and two counts of unlawful neglect of a child in reference to the false reports of kidnapping and burglary.

Keyly Wade was arrested on December 29, 2010.

She has been released on a $20,000 surety bond, police said.

The grandmother, Belinda Wade, 47, also of 2225 Cannon Bottom Road, Belton, is charged with four counts of conspiracy to file a false police report, warrants state.

Belinda Wade was arrested on December 29, 2010. She has been released on a $16,000 surety bond.

Read more: The Easley Progress – Mother grandmother arrested in false Amber Alert case

The child was found safe in Ohio. The Easley Progress has mugshots of all three and I’m going to assume drugs were involved on this one. They have that too many oxys look to them. Thank the gods the cops found the kid before they sold her.

Missing Upstate Children Found Safe in Ohio

Apparently Lisa Jordan’s false kidnapping report was part of a scheme she hatched with he biological mother (who does not have custody) to steal the babies from the father. Way to help your sister learn how to be a good parent Lisa!

From Fox Carolina:

Investigators said 2-year-old Alexis London Marie Manley and her sister, 1-year-old Kynadi Leigh Grace Manley, were riding in a car with their mother, Keyly Wade, and their grandmother, Belinda Wade.

Police in Bazetta, Ohio told FOX Carolina that someone in the community called in a tip on Thursday afternoon to say that the girls, their mother and their grandmother were spotted at a Walmart in the area. Bazetta police said they went to the Walmart and discovered the car with all four people inside. Officers said the girls were safe in their car seats, their grandmother was driving and their mother was in the front passenger’s seat. Bazetta police then contacted the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.

An Amber Alert had been issued for the toddlers early Wednesday morning, after their aunt, Lisa Jordan, reported that someone broke in to her home on Old Easley Bridge Road and kidnapped the children, Pickens County deputies said. Several hours later, officers said they determined Jordan had filed a false report about the burglary and kidnapping. Officers said the mother does not have custody of the girls and that Jordan helped the mother and grandmother get the girls. Even though the girls were still missing at that time, deputies said they determined the children were likely safe with their mother and grandmother, so investigators canceled the Amber Alert.

Ohio child services took the kids and I assume will be returning them to the father. Hopefully the mother, aunt and grandmother will be denied visitation.

Lisa Jordan Files False Kidnapping Report – So Where are the Children?

I took yesterday off so I did a quick update on my promotional FB page about an Amer Alert issued for 2-year-old Alexis London Marie Manley, and 1-year-old Kynadi Leigh Grace Manley. The children’s aunt, Lisa Jordan, apparently tried to pin this on the kids mother and grandmother.

Now the cops say Jordan was lying:

But where are the children? As of yet there isn’t a report of motive for this crime so the whereabouts of the children is only speculation. Best case scenario: Jordan turned the kids over tot the mother then filed the report to get the woman in trouble for some reason. If that’s the case the kids are probably safe and sound.

But if it’s not, where are the children?

Bomb Goes Off in Central Complex Apartment Parking Lot

The ATF are investigating but so far little is known. According to the Independent Mail the front bumper was blown off a 2007 Honda Civic parked in the lot of The Summit at Cross Creek Apartments. The blast occurred before 9;00am and has been confirmed ot be a bomb. No one was hurt in the blast.

Anyone with any information about the explosion to call the Central Police Department at (864) 639-4020, the SLED Arson Hotline at 1-800-922-7766 or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME SC

Clemson University Police Charge Joshuoa Quenton Black in Home Invasion Robbery

From The Easley Progress:

CLEMSON — Clemson University police charged a man with armed robbery and first-degree burglary in connection with an incident early Tuesday at Lightsey Bridge apartments.

Joshuoa Quenton Black, 21, of Clemson was arrested Wednesday during a joint investigation by university police and the City of Clemson Police Department. He was being held at the Clemson city jail pending a bond hearing. Black is not a Clemson student.

Two Clemson students told police they were robbed in their apartment at 12:45 a.m. Tuesday by two men. They said one of the men had a handgun.

The robbers took a small safe, a television, an iPhone and credit and debit cards, police said.

Lightsey Bridge apartments are student residences located on the Clemson campus.

Police do not believe the robbery was a random act and are continuing to investigate and look for the second suspect.

“Not a random act”  as in drug deal gone south no doubt. I remember about a decade ago NYU students were being warned not to let “friends” from the area into their dorms after a rape and several robberies. These “friends” were local dealers delivering weed and other drugs, and taking advantage of the naive and unprepared kids who think letting some hood from the street into their building is a great idea.

Tell your kids about stories like this before they go to college.