The Clermont, Florida Police this week celebrated the closing of the case that began in September 2007 with the kidnapping of Jacqueline Hernández, who by then was a 6-year-old girl who lived with her mother, Angélica Vences-Salgado, in that city. .
The victim’s father, Pablo Henry Hernández, has a “current” arrest warrant as a suspect in the kidnapping of the minor, Sergeant Erin Razo, from the Clermont Police Department, told EFE on Tuesday.
According to a 2007 Florida Department of Law Enforcement alert, the “alleged” kidnapper is her father, who would have taken her to Mexico.
Thanks to social media, a Latina mother managed to find and reunite with her daughter who was kidnapped 14 years ago in Florida.
Jacqueline Hernández was abducted by her own father when she was 6 years old and since then she had not had contact with Angélica Salgado, her mother. pic.twitter.com/aRy2PZXfn1
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The Clermont Police explained that at the beginning of September the Mexican called them to tell them that a woman who said she was her daughter had contacted her through social networks to meet at the border with Mexico.
The woman told him she was in Mexico and requested that he meet her at an entry point to the United States in Laredo, Texas, on September 10, Clermont Police said.
Federal, state and local authorities coordinated a plan to “intercept” the alleged victim and determine his identity.
On the afternoon of September 10, mother and daughter, now 20, were finally able to reunite after 14 years of being abducted from their home.
The Clermont Police stressed that, based on the documentation provided by the various agencies, “they determined that the woman was indeed Jacqueline Hernández, who was abducted from her mother in 2007.”
The authorities detailed that this reunification was possible thanks to the collaboration of federal authorities and those of Florida and Texas, including the Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the Laredo Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office. of Orange County (Florida).