After a four hour standoff with police cops say Jada was released.
Infant Released, Father Surrenders
After a four-hour standoff, police say Almutah Saunders
released his 4-month-old daughter Jada and her mother Erika Turner.
More than 3 hours later, Almutah Saunders finally surrendered to police.
Hair (Color, Description, Facial Hair):
Other Possible Locations:
- New Jersey
- Altumah Saunders may possibly be heading towards the George Washington Bridge, via the city of Newark.
Vehicle To Look For:
- Police say Almutah Saunders fled in a 2001 grey or silver Honda Accord, with a New Jersey registration RJD-75V.
Last updated April 12, 2005
Apr 11, 2005
Jada Released After Four-Hour Standoff
After a four-hour standoff, police say Almutah Saunders has finally released his 4-month-old daughter Jada and her mother Erika Turner.
Negotiations were continuing with Almutah Saunders.
Erika Turner, holding her baby, Jada Saunders, left the driver's side of the car shortly after 3 p.m., walked to one of the police cars surrounding them and got in. The police cruiser left skid marks as it backed away from the scene.
Both mother and daughter were checked by medical crews and appeared to be unharmed, according to the New Jersey State Police who is set up in a nearby command post.