Missing Endangered Person Advisory issued for abducted mother and child, sighting in AZ
The Arizona Department of Safety has issued a Missing Endangered Person Advisory in Arizona for a missing 6-year-old believed to have been abducted by her biological father.
Authorities say the child, identified as Rachel Zecena, was abducted December 26, 2021, in Cumming, GA by Alexis Zecena-Lopez. The child’s biological mother is also believed to have been kidnapped. She is identified as Balvanera Esperanz Parada-Olivas.
Alexis Zecena-Lopez has a violent history of aggravated assault with a firearm. He is considered armed and dangerous. Authorities say he cut off his electronic leg monitor and discarded it on the side of the road.
He is believed to be driving a Ford Focus (hatchback) with a Georgia license plate, RVX 9470.
The vehicle was observed near Seligman on I-40 December 27, 2021, traveling westbound towards California.
Anyone with information is urged to call 911.
No pictures are available for the child and mother at this time. However, a picture of Alexis Zecena-Lopez has been provided.