The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency issued an alert for four missing boys, who were apparently taken from their grandparents’ Tennessee home on Saturday.
AL.com reports that Ian Simmons, 11; Nicholas Simmons, 5; Alexander Simmons, 4; and Corbin Simmons, 1, disappeared from their grandparents’ home in Arab on Saturday night. Authorities believe that the children’s biological parents, 29-year-old Carrissa Renee Cummings and 39-year-old Marcus Eugene Simmons, took the children from the home without permission.
Please RT: 4 brothers from Arab missing since Fri: 1-yr. old Corbin Simmons, 4-yr. old Alexander Simmons, 5-yr. old Nicolas Simmons, 11-yr. old Ian Simmons, taken by relative w/o permission. May be in 2003 white Ford Windstar w/tag 8AJ1511.
Call (256)586-8124 if you have any info pic.twitter.com/UYh1vWAOXS
— MikeDubberlyGDA (@MikeDubberlyGDA) December 10, 2017
The boys’ grandparents had temporary custody of the boys, as part of a “safety plan” for their well-being, and their biological parents weren’t allowed to take the boys away. Police stated that the boys could be traveling to North Carolina in a 2003 white Ford Windstar with Alabama license plate number, 8AJ1511.
- Corbin Simmons is 2 feet tall, weighs around 25 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
- Alexander Simmons is 2 feet 6 inches tall, weighs around 30 pounds, with strawberry blonde hair and brown eyes.
- Nicholas Simmons is 3 feet tall, weighs around 35 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
- Ian Simmons is 4 feet 5 inches tall, weighs around 86 pounds, with strawberry blonde hair and blue eyes
Anyone with any information is urged to contact the Arab Police Department at 256-586-8124.
[Feature Photo: Simmons brothers/Handout]