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Sheriff's office finds two missing kids

Sheriff's office finds two missing kids



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UPDATE: The two missing brothers in Carbon County have been located and turned into DCFS. At this time, there is little information available on how or where they were found, but tune in to Eyewitness News on Friday morning for the latest details.


(KSL News) The Carbon County Sheriff's Office has issued an Endangered Person Advisory for two missing brothers.

Isaac Ochoa is 6 years old. He has brown hair and eyes. He is 3 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 50 pounds. Isaac is missing his right arm and has a tracheotomy tube.

His 4-year-old brother, Patrick Raymond Gonzales, also has brown hair and brown eyes. He is 3 feet tall and weighs 45 pounds.

The children were taken out of the Price area yesterday by their mother, Davi Ann Martinez. She is 25 years old, about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs approximately 135 pounds.

The Division of Child and Family Services has a warrant for custody of both children and was attempting to take custody when their mother fled with them.

The sheriff's office did not release any vehicle description.

If you have any information on where these boys might be, you are urged to call the Carbon County Sheriff's Office at (435)637-0893.

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