Amber Alert 5-10-06

Posted by pet | News.. | Wednesday 10 May 2006 8:29 pm

Update: 5-11-06
Brito was located with suspect, Juan Martinez-San Augestino at a gas station in Marietta, Georgia.

Child Information

Name: Marlene Brito
Gender: Female
Age: 13
Eye color: Brn
Hair color: Blk
Skin tone: Hisp
Height: 4′11
Weight: 88 lbs
Description: Blue jacket, white t-shirt, blue pants

Incident Information

Circumstance: The 13 year-old child may be with a 25 year-old male.
Last seen: 2006-05-07 at 00:00:00
Last seen address:

Windsor, FL
Point(s) of Contact

Contact person:
Contact organization: Alachua County Sheriff’s Office
Phone number: 352-264-6640
Phone type:
Email address:

Suspect(s) Information

Name: Juan Martinez-San Augestino
Gender: Male
Age: 25
Eye color:
Hair color:
Skin tone: Hisp
Suspect Vehicle Information:
Make: Plymouth
Year: 1994
Style: Van
Primary color: Grn
Secondary color:
Interior color:
License plate number: 9620400
License plate state: IL Police believe Brito may be in the company of Juan Martinez-San Augestino, a 25-year old Hispanic male. The pair may be traveling in a 1994 green Plymouth van with Illinois tag number 9-6-2-0-4-0-0.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Marlene Brito please call 911 or the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office at 352-264-6640.
She is seriously at risk..
If you have any info call!
Marlene Brito, 13, of Interlachen, was last seen Sunday afternoon on a blueberry farm in Windsor, which is the outskirt of Gainesville. The girl told relatives she was going to the restroom but didn’t return.

Investigators believe the teenager may be with another person who was working at the farm, Juan Martinez-San Augestino, 25. They may be traveling in a green, 1994 Plymouth van with the Illinois license plate 9-6-2-0-4-0-0.

Brito has long brown hair, is 4′11″ and approximately 90 lbs. She has brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing a white T-shirt, blue jacket and blue pants.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued a missing and endangered child alert for Brito Wednesday morning and then upgraded it to a statewide Amber Alert a few hours later.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of either Brito or Martinez-San Augestino is asked to call the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office at (352) 264-6640 or the Florida Law Enforcement Children Information Clearinghouse at (888) FL MISSING.

Florida Wildfires

Posted by pet | News.. | Wednesday 10 May 2006 3:29 pm

Florida Governor Jeb Bush declared a state of emergency as wildfires burned more than 25,000 acres across the state, destroying houses, forcing evacuations, and shutting down parts of Interstate 95.
Driving S. on I-75 today I saw a hugh bonfire burning merrily..
I guess the burn ban is only in effect if you notice it..

Those freakin idiots who throw cigarette butts out the window, way to go!
It’s a felony if a cop catches you…and we hope they will!

The emergency declaration allows the governor to stockpile supplies, order evacuations and activate the National Guard to provide aerial support to firefighters

We have measured 1/2 of an inch of rain in 46 days here in Summerfield…
Dry, hot and dangerous.. Be careful!

In God We Trust

Posted by pet | Faith, News.., Semi-Political | Wednesday 10 May 2006 9:15 am

I am a Christian.
I believe in the work done by Jesus Christ on the cross.I believe that Jesus Christ died so that I can have life eternally.
I believe in salvation, sanctification, redemption, propitiation, reconciliation, regeneration and justification.
I believe that the Word of God teaches us the mind of God.
I believe in grace.
I believe in having a relaxed mental attitude.
I believe that Christians have an infinite capacity to love.
I believe God’s perfect happiness. i.e. living heaven on earth is an attainable goal.

Thank God for Michael Newdow, he gives all believers the opportunity to stand and affirm their faith.

He is an atheist and an ordained minister of the universal life church. He is the founder of (FACTS), which advocates a strong separation of church and state in public institutions.

Newdow is most famous for a lawsuit filed on behalf of his daughter against inclusion of the words “under God” in public schools’ recitals of the United States Pledge of Allegiance. He lost that suit and filed on behalf of three other students and won.

He is at it again; he has decided that the motto “In God We Trust” is also unconstitutional.
For details go to stoptheaclu, thanks Jay for the tip!.
Blue Star Chronicles has a wonderful prayer today..
Read and think!

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