Amber Alert issued for a 14-year-old Arizona girl "taken by a man who is also wanted for deserting military service and may be suicidal"
- Aubrey Gardner, 14, was reported missing from her home on Saturday in Arizona
- Police believe he is with Jonathan Ricarrdo Carson, 21, and was last seen in Surprise
- The pair may be in a 2015 Mazda and police say that Carson may be suicidal
- He is also wanted for an exceptional felony order for defecting from military service
An Amber Alert was issued for a 14-year-old girl who was reported missing at her home in Surprise, Arizona, by a 21-year-old man.
Aubrey Gardner was reported missing at her home on Saturday and is believed to be with a potentially suicidal Jonathan Ricarrdo Carson.
The couple was last seen near the cross streets of the Cactus and Reems roads. It is unknown where the two will go.
It is believed that they drive in a 2015 blue-gray Mazda Model 3 with Pennsylvania license plates from KKJ-4866.
Aubrey Gardner, 14, was reported missing from her home in Surprise, Arizona on Saturday. An Amber Alert has been issued. He is believed to be with Jonathan Ricarrdo Carson, 21
The pair was last seen at this intersection of the Cactus and Reems roads and is believed to be in a blue-gray Mazda Model 3 2015 with Pennsylvania license plates KKJ-4866
Gardner is described as 5 & # 39; 7 feet tall and weighing 110 pounds with long brown hair and brown eyes.
The last time they saw her, she wore a white T-shirt with the jeans of the Lilo and Stitch characters and slippers with roses on her toes.
Police say Carson has an arrest warrant for deserting his military service. His last known residence was Sierra Vista, Arizona.
It is said that Carson is 5 feet, 9 inches tall and 175 pounds. He has short brown hair and blue eyes.
Police say that Carson is the subject of an exceptional felony order for deserting military service and, finally, it is known to have a residence in Sierra Vista, Arizona. Carson is reported as "possibly suicidal."
Anyone with information should call the police immediately. The Surprise Police can be contacted at 623-222-8477. Suggestions can also be sent by email to CrimeTips@SurpriseAZ.gov.