Amber Alert cancelled for Byron girl, 14
BYRON – An Amber Alert has been cancelled for a 14-year-old Byron girl who was allegedly abducted this morning from a location on West Bergen Road.
Kamerie Elliot was located and is safe, State Police said.
She was allegedly taken by a 22-year-old Batavia man driving a blue Dodge Journey.
She was considered in “imminent danger or serious harm and/or death.”
The suspect is Guillermo Torres-Acevedo, who has black hair and brown eyes. The license plates of the Dodge Journey are New York HHP5458.
“They were located together by Pennsylvania State Police in Mansfield, Pa,” the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. “Kamerie was unharmed and will be transported back to Genesee County. Guillermo Torres-Acevedo was taken into custody on warrants from New York State and will be held in Pennsylvania pending extradition proceedings.”
Kamerie and Torres-Acevedo knew each other and Torres-Acevedo had been arrested by State Police on Monday in connection with that an incident involving the girl, the Sheriff’s Office said
Law enforcement say Kamerie got into his Dodge willingly at about 8 a.m. The vehicle was seen traveling northbound on West Bergen Road.