UPDATE: Missing Genoa City Girls Found Safe in Kansas
UPDATE: According to an 8:00 AM Thursday update from police, both girls were found safe in Kansas.
Genoa City Police are looking for two children that were taken from their home against a court order.
The incident happened on Tuesday around 6:30 AM.
Tiffany Brick left her home in the Village of Genoa City with her 2 children against an order through the County of Walworth.
Tiffany left her home this morning driving a black 2006 4 door GMC Sierra K1500 pickup with Wisconsin light truck registration JZ1918.
There is a pink "Browning" sticker on the back window and Tiffany has a confederate flag tattoo on her right shoulder.
At this time the Genoa City Police Department is trying to locate Tiffany to check her welfare and the welfare of her children.
Genoa City Chief of Police Baylog said the Child Protective Services is currently seeking an order from a judge.
Tiffany was not to leave her home with the children without supervision.
Police are trying to speak to Tiffany's boyfriend but have not been able to locate him.
Tiffany may be driving a black 2006 four door GMC Sierra K1500 pickup truck with light truck registration JZ1918. There is a pink “Browning” sticker on the back window. Tiffany has a confederate flag tattoo on her right shoulder. A recent photo of Tiffany, her children, her boyfriend, Scott B. Hogel, m/w, who she may be traveling with and the vehicle Tiffany may be driving is attached to this alert. She frequents the McHenry, IL and Janseville, WI areas.
Please call the Village of Genoa City Police Department with any info.
Contacts: Inv. Sperandeo or Lt Bappert 262-279-6252