Search for Endangered Missing Children - KLFY News 10

Search for Endangered Missing Children

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A revised child custody order was issued Thursday May 15, 2014 in the interest of 8 year old Bryanna Naquin and 5 year old Mason Naquin ordering the children be turned over to the custody of their grandparents.  On May 14, 2014 prior to being served with this order the parents Richard and Elizabeth Naquin picked up the children from school in Lafayette and are currently being sought to turn the children over. 

The court has determined it is in the best interest of the children that the grandparents be awarded custody and a court order for law enforcement to locate and return the children to the grandparents has been issued.  

Sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s assistance in helping locate the children anyone with information about the whereabouts of Bryanna or Mason Naquin are asked to call the sheriff’s office or your local emergency number.       


Deputies believe the family may be traveling in a 2003 Lexus 300 four door silver with Louisiana license plate XIF111 or a 2007 white Toyota Tundra bearing LA plate B789513

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