Amber Alert canceled: Missing 2-month-old child located

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A statewide Amber Alert for a missing two-month-old in Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday, August 5, has now been canceled. The child was located by authorities.

UPDATE (4:45 p.m. on August 5): The child is now located and safe according to an Amber Alert cancellation by the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network.


The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department said the incident started when officers were investigating a possible child neglect/abuse case and were attempting to check the wellbeing of two-month-old Dorian Giesen.

Officers attempted to contact the child’s mother, Haley N. Pelot. before a vehicle pursuit began and eventually was terminated when Pelot threatened physical harm to Dorian.

The child has a life threatening medical condition that requires medication multiple times per day.

Authorities believed that the mother does not have the medication with her, although that information has not been officially confirmed

Pelot is described as a female, white, 5'1" tall, 120 pounds, with brown hair, hazel eyes, with a flower tattoo on the left side of her ribs, "Hales" on her neck, a tribal Rose on her leg (unknown side), and two hearts on her back.

Pelot may have been driving a 2002 silver Toyota Camry with Wisconsin license AHY-5345.

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