Luis Ceron missing fourteen years

Today is the fourteenth anniversary of the disappearance of Luis Alan Ceron. He was abducted by his non-custodial father, Luis Alan Ceron Meja, from Nampa, Idaho. They may be in Mexico.

Luis Ceron

Above is a picture of Luis. If you have any information as to his whereabouts please contact either the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST or the Nampa Police Department at 208-465-2257. this!

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    Luis Ceron and Aaliyah Powell found safe | For the Lost Blog said,

    October 27, 2014 @ 11:47 pm

    […] have just received word from NCMEC that Luis Ceron and Aaliyah Powell have been found safe. I have resolved their cases, modified the anniversary […]

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    Luis A Ceron said,

    November 12, 2016 @ 3:05 am

    They did not resolve my case I just came back to visit my mother why are you guys saying that you solved my case when I wasn’t kidnapped or abducted I left on my own at the age of nine because I didn’t want to become a criminal or use drugs or even around them I was little yeah probably but smart and did what I had to do and I left with my dad

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    Emma said,

    November 13, 2016 @ 12:43 am

    @Luis A. Ceron, it is actually very common for children to insist they were never abducted or lost and wanted to be with the guardian/parent they were with during the time they were “missing”. However a child cannot decide for itself to leave the custody of the custodial parent or guardian and start a new life somewhere else with someone else, especially not to the United States(or any country) to live abroad. That IS indeed abduction and kidnapping even if the child in question was not taken and retained against his or her will. There are many many children who insist they will never return to the United States or see the left behind parent again, but that is irrelevant in all matters and means nothing, because it is not up to the child to decide while minors. The adult who has taken the child without permission or gaining custody has committed a crime, because the adult has intentionally deprived the custodial parent or guardian of the child. In your case, Luis A. Ceron, your father did not have custody of you at the time you left your mother’s possession and residence to live elsewhere at age 9 back in 2000, therefore your father knowingly broke the law by removing you from your mother’s residence and Idaho, and it is only because he fled to Mexico with you that he did not face legal repercussions. To be honest you sound like you have been brainwashed to hate and look down on your own mother during your time in Mexico, which is sad but unfortunately not at all unusual.

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    Luis A Ceron said,

    January 17, 2020 @ 7:51 am

    I don’t care what you think or not if you don’t take all this that’s on record I will sue your organization for mixing up what really happen so you have a month to take all the nonsense or you will be contact by my attorney.

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