2 women sought for kidnapping of three juveniles, NOPD says

2 women sought for kidnapping of three juveniles, NOPD says
Denisha Hilton, 25, and Denise Hilton, 24, are both wanted on three counts of simple kidnapping that happened Friday in the 5100 block of Douglas Street involving three juveniles. Source: NOPD

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - The New Orleans Police Department has obtained arrest warrants for  two women on kidnapping charges.

Denisha Hilton, 25, and Denise Hilton, 24, are both wanted on three counts of simple kidnapping that happened Friday in the 5100 block of Douglas Street involving three juveniles.

According to the report, around 2 p.m., the victim told police she dropped her 4-year-old juvenile daughter off to her 15-year-old juvenile sister for child care while she worked for the evening.

At the time of the drop off, the 15-year-old sister was being supervised by the victim's other sister, identified as Denisha Hilton.

The victim had agreed to pick up her child the next morning, July 7, at 9 a.m.

According to the report, the victim told police that on July 7, she reached out to the 15-year-old sister to arrange a time to pickup her daughter.

The victim said she was told that Denisha Hilton and her other sister, identified as Denise Hilton, would bring her daughter to her once they finished running errands for the day.

Since the conversation, the victim has not heard from the 15-year-old  sister who was babysitting.

When the victim was able to reach Denisha and Denise Hilton, they allegedly advised that they were not returning her daughter at the moment and would not disclose the child's location, but said that the child was safe, NOPD said.

In addition to the 4-year-old child, Denisha and Denise Hilton have also refused to return the 15-year-old sister and an 8-year-old to their legal guardians as well, police said.

Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of Denisha Hilton, Denise Hilton and/or the three juveniles reported to be with them is asked to contact Fifth District detectives at 504-658-6050 or call anonymously to Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111 or toll free at 1-877-903-7867.

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