Child Found Safe In Adair County, Okla.; Non-Custodial Mom Arrested

WASHINGTON COUNTY (KFSM) -- The Washington County Sheriff's Office (WSCO)  confirms that Connor Roland Cannon, 6, has been found safe in Adair County, Oklahoma and that the child's mother, Cathlina Rose Cannon, who does not have custody, has been arrested.

Earlier, an AMBER Alert has been issued by the WCSO for the child who had been missing  since 10 a.m. Saturday (Feb. 3).

Original Story:

WCSO posted on Twitter that the child is believed to be with his non-custodial mother, Cathlina Rose Cannon, 27.  She's described as a white female, 5' 03" in height, with blue eyes and brown hair.

Cannon is from Sonora, Arkansas, and is a white, male, 4' 03", weighs 63 pounds, and has short blond hair and blue eyes.

He was last seen wearing a black sweatshirt, grey sweatpants and no shoes, according to a police report.

WCSO's  Facebook page states that he went missing from an address on Sonora Acres Road in northeast Washington County.

Police said the custodial guardians ran outside and saw a Gray or Silver 4-door passenger car drive away from the residence with two women inside.

The car was found just across the border in Westville, Oklahoma, but the child is still missing.

ASP reports that the silver sedan was involved in a minor accident in Westville.  Authorities also received information that the two female suspects, along with a small child fitting the description of Connor Cannon, started walking toward Stillwell, Oklahoma.

WCSO reports that Connor's mother took him without permission.

If you have any information regarding his location you're asked to contact Detective Andrew Morris at (479) 790-6603.

About Cathlina Cannon:

Washington County Court records show she was arrested April 1, 2017, for financial identity fraud and resisting arrest.  A "Failure To Appear" was issued on April, 10, 2017 and a $50,000 bond was set.  She also had two other police incidents in Lowell and Rogers.

WCDC Booking Photo 4/2017.