This seems to be a common article I've written over the last week and it's very disturbing. The Gem County Sheriff's Office is reporting three missing children and asking for our help.

I saw this beginning to trend online and I clicked through pretty fast. It's when I read deeper that it really made me scratch my head and wanted to post quickly.

In a press release that went out Tuesday evening, the Gem County Sheriff's Office is looking for any information leading to where three children might be. All of these kids went missing from the same place in Emmett, Idaho.

  • Tristan Conner Sexton (17) was last seen on September 10, 2020.
  • Taylor Summers (14) was last seen on October 19, 2020.
  • Taryn Summers (8) last seen on April 12, 2021.

The Gem County Sheriff's Office posted a missing report on Tristan Sexton back on October 5, 2020, with a posting on Missing Juveniles & Adults in Idaho's Facebook page. Tristan was lat seen near Airport Road in Emmett just like the two other girls Tristan has red hair, blue eyes, and weighs approximately 185 lbs at 5'7".

This is definitely disturbing and the fact that each one of these kids went missing on the same road. Pay very close attention to these three children real fast.

I watched a Dateline special about kidnappings and how people don't pay close enough attention. They posted a wanted poster all over the store that you couldn't miss it. The business was busy as the missing girl walked into the store obviously under duress. The shocking part of this special was that nobody recognized her and people looked right by those posters.

This is all the information that we have for right now. April is child abuse prevention month and it's just important we keep an out for these kids. If you see something it's your responsibility to say something.

We pray for a safe return for all three children. Please call the Sheriff's Office with any information leading to finding these kids at (208) 365-3521

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