UPDATE: Missing Kentucky Woman And Her Two Children Found In Arkansas

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HENDERSON, Ky.  (KFSM) —  Authorities in Arkansas have made contact with a woman and her two children who were believed to have been taken from their Kentucky home.

Law enforcement in Arkansas found Lillyanna Caraway in Perry, Arkansas, Sunday (Nov. 25) evening.

Detective John Nevel with the Henderson County Sheriff’s said Caraway told investigators in Arkansas that she left with her children on her own will.

Original story:

A multi-state search by law enforcement is underway for a Kentucky woman and two children who may have been taken from their home, the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office said the incident is being treated as a kidnapping.

Early Sunday (Nov. 25) sheriff’s deputies in Henderson, Kentucky, responded to a disturbance call. Witnesses told authorities that it appeared the woman and children were forced to get into a newer model, silver or gray car with Arkansas license plates.

The woman is 23-year-old Lillyanna K. Caraway, also known as Lillyanna K. Morris, and daughters Aundraya Caraway, 3, and 3-month-old daughter Amaziah Caraway, according to authorities.

The sheriff’s office said the possible suspect is Dominique Williams and that he may be traveling with another man.

Around 7 a.m. in Missouri was the last known location the woman may have been, according to the lead investigator.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office at 270-826-2713.

This mobile home park on Lovers Lane in Henderson is where Lillyanne lived with her 2 daughters. FB Photo/Blake Henson.


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