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State Police issue endangered child advisory for 18-month old boy

Freeman Travis Powers-Messina (Source: State Police) Freeman Travis Powers-Messina (Source: State Police)
Crystal Rivera (Source: State Police) Crystal Rivera (Source: State Police)
SUV similar to the one Rivera may be driving (Source: State Police) SUV similar to the one Rivera may be driving (Source: State Police)
CALCASIEU PARISH, LA (WVUE) -

The Louisiana State Police have issued a Level II Endangered/Missing Child Advisory on behalf of the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office for 18-month-old Freeman Travis Powers-Messina.

The child was last seen on, on Houston River Road, in Westlake, Calcasieu Parish. Freeman is believed to be traveling with his biological mother, Crystal Rivera, who may be driving a light grey or silver 2008 Dodge Caliber four-door vehicle bearing Texas license plate BD9W689. 

Law enforcement has reason to believe that Freeman is in imminent danger. He is described as having blond hair and green eyes.  He is approximately 30” tall and weighs 30 pounds. 

Crystal Rivera is a 31-year old white female with brown hair and blue eyes.  She is approximately 4’9” tall and weighs 105 pounds.

Anyone with information on this endangered missing child case is urged to immediately contact the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office at 337-491-3605, Sgt. Stacey Pearson of the Louisiana Clearinghouse for Missing & Exploited Children at 337-962-2605 or stacey.pearson@la.gov, or 911.

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