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UPDATE: Waurika Toddler Found

UPDATE:

Earlier this week, the OSBI was requested to assist Waurika police in the search for a 17-month-old girl abducted by her father several weeks ago. This morning, Aubrey Goodson was found in Florida.

The OSBI and Waurika police will hold a press conference outside the Waurika Police Department in Jefferson County at 2pm to provide further details on the investigation and safe recovery of the child.

 


 

PREVIOUS INFORMATION:

The search continues for a missing 17-month-old Texoma girl.  Jefferson County Sheriff officials said Aubrey Grace Goodson's mother last saw her Friday, February 3 when she dropped the little girl off to stay with her biological father.

Aubrey is about 2 feet tall, weighs 22 pounds, has brown hair and hazel eyes.

A federal warrant is out for 32-year-old Bradley Neal Goodson concerning violation of a child custody order in Waurika. A warrant out of Jefferson County is also out for "failure to return a child." He was last seen driving a black Ford Expedition with Texas tag, DF4-G662. He also has an active warrant in Wichita County for theft of property.

Bradley is 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs 195 pounds, has short brown hair and hazel eyes. He is possibly wearing glasses.

If you have any information on Goodson's whereabouts, you're asked to call the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department at (580) 228-2375.

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