Search Continues For Sacramento Toddler Missing Since April 2011
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - The search continues for a missing Sacramento toddler who, if still alive, turns 2 years old this month.
Dwight Stallings has been missing since April 2011 and his mother, Tanisha Edwards, has been uncooperative with investigators about his whereabouts.
Tanisha Edwards, who is currently locked up at the Sacramento County Main Jail, has given detectives conflicting accounts of what happened to the boy, but the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is looking into a lead that he may be in Reno with a woman named "Antoinette."
She has been referred to as a middle-aged woman of unknown race with a dark complexion who has ties to and may originally be from Northern California.
Edwards, 35, has also told investigators that Dwight was with relatives, that he was kidnapped and that he was dead.
Edwards, who has a history of drug use, is in jail on a probation violation and on a warrant from Child Protective Services to produce the child. She was arrested at her mother's house in Elk Grove in March.
Anyone with information regarding the identity of "Antoinette" or the whereabouts Baby Dwight is asked to contact the sheriff's Homicide Bureau at (916) 874-5115.
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