Amber Alert Cancelled

Bayli Rian Jordan

Everly, Iowa — Two Everly teens have been found safe and sound in Cherokee after an Amber Alert was issued yesterday by the Clay County Sheriff’s Office.

They report that on Thursday, about 1:55 PM, they received authorization to enact an Amber Alert for two missing and believed endangered juveniles from Everly.

They say that fourteen local and state agencies collaborated to gather information as quickly as possible, leading to the location of the juveniles, unharmed in Cherokee County at approximately 3:20 PM.

The Sheriff’s Office says the investigation continues and criminal charges are pending upon completion. Both juveniles are currently being held for their safety.

The original Amber Alert identified one of the juveniles as an abductor and one as a victim, however the later information from the Sheriff’s Office does not make this distinction.

Original Story:

Jamie Patrick Panko

An Amber Alert has been issued for an abducted 12-year old from Everly.  12-year old Bayli Rian Jordan is reported to have been abducted Wednesday evening from Everly.

Authorities are looking for a blue 1998 Dodge Neon, Iowa license CEC862.

Bayli is described as 12-years old, 5’5″ tall, 130 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes.

Bayli’s alleged abductor has been identified by authorities as Jamie Patrick Panko.  Authorities describe Panko as 16-years old, 5’10” tall, 148 pounds, with black hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Clay County Sheriff Randy Krukow at 712-262-2151.



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