Amber Alert issued for missing baby from Victor abducted by homicide suspect
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VICTOR — A woman is dead and an Amber Alert has been issued for a baby boy “believed to be in imminent danger” who was abducted by his father, who is a homicide suspect.
Jeremy Albert Best, 41, is considered “heavily armed and dangerous,” according to the Teton County Sheriff’s Office. He is the biological father of 10-month-old Zeke Gregory Best.
The Teton County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call around 11:40 p.m. Thursday from a home at 4600 Skyline Loop in Victor, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office. The dispatcher heard a disturbance on the line and deputies went to the house.
When they arrived, Kali Jean Randall, 38, was found dead. Her death is being investigated as a homicide, the release says.
Best is 5’11, weighs 245 lbs., has brown hair that is greying, green eyes and a greying beard. He is driving a 1995 black Chevy Tahoe with Idaho license plate #1T39349.
“Teton County Sheriff is requesting assistance with homicide and child abduction,” the Amber Alerts says. Idaho State Police sent it out around 3:50 a.m. “Child was taken by homicide suspect, unknown direction of travel. Suspect is believed to be heavily armed and dangerous, please do not approach.”
Anyone with information on the suspect or child is asked to call 911.