Mother wanted for a violent crime abducted her two kids, LSP says

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SHREVEPORT, La. – The Louisiana State Police has issued a Level II Endangered/Missing Child media advisory on behalf of the Shreveport Police Department for 2-year-old, Elijah Wong and 7-year-old Donnie Marquis Dawon Simmons who are believed to have been abducted. Elijah Wong was last seen at the 4500 block of Pro Street in Shreveport.  Donnie Simmons was last seen at the 4000 block of Wallace Street in Shreveport.  Elijah was abducted at approximately 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12, 2016, and Donnie was abducted a short time later at approximately 10:15 p.m. Both children were abducted by force by Keith Rogers and the children’s biological mother, Antionette Wong.  Wong and Rogers are wanted for a violent crime.  Rogers is a violent criminal who is armed with a weapon. Elijah and Donnie are believed to be in imminent danger. Elijah is described as a 2-year-old black male child with black hair styled in dreadlocks, brown eyes, approximately 2’0” tall and weighing 35 pounds.  He was last seen wearing blue, yellow and green pajamas and a blue jacket with lime green stripes. Donnie is described as a 7-year-old black male child with black hair styled in dreadlocks, brown eyes, approximately 3’6” tall and weighing 50 pounds.  He was last seen wearing red Nike shoes, dark blue jeans, a gray jacket and a red and black shirt. Antionette Wong is a 28-year-old black female with black hair, brown eyes, approximately 5’7” tall and weighing 115 pounds.  Keith Rogers is a 34-year-old black male with black hair, brown eyes, approximately 5’5” tall and weighing 150 pounds.  He has a tattoo of a cross on his left cheek. Rogers and Wong should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information on this abducted child case is urged to immediately call 911, or the Shreveport Police Department at 318-673-7300, or Sgt. Stacey Pearson of the Louisiana State Police/Louisiana Clearinghouse for Missing & Exploited Children at 337-962-2605 or via email at stacey.pearson@la.gov.

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