UPDATE: Two missing children in ‘immediate danger’ FOUND SAFE; police arrest mom for child abuse

UPDATE 6:40 p.m. (EST):

The San Miguel Sheriff’s Office announced Friday afternoon that an anonymous tip led them to two missing Colorado toddlers and their mother, who’s wanted on child abuse charges. According to KKTV, police arrested Felicia Mooneyham at a Family Dollar in Montrose. Her children are reportedly safe.


Colorado authorities announced Friday morning that they believe three children to be in “immediate danger” after they were reported missing with their mother, who is allegedly a known methamphetamine user who has an active felony child abuse arrest warrant.

27-year-old Felicia Mooneyham was last seen in Norwood, located in southwest Colorado, on Tuesday accompanied by her 1-year-old daughter Sirena Wade, and 3-year-old son, Loki Wade. Authorities believe a third son, 8-year-old Damian Banks, could also be with the woman, according to authorities.

The suspect is believed to be driving a white 1998 Subaru Wagon with Colorado license plate 692-ZRY.

While it is unknown where Mooneyham may be headed with the children, she has had contact with Utah authorities in the past, according to KDVR.

Anyone with information involving the family’s whereabouts is asked to call 911 or the San Miguel Sheriff’s office at 970-728-1911. Callers may remain anonymous.

[Feature photo: Felicia Mooneyham and her children, San Miguel Sheriff’s Office]