Three kids reported missing in Frisco
SUMMIT COUNTY ” Local law enforcement is searching for three Frisco brothers after their mother discovered them missing early Monday morning.
Foul play is not suspected at this time, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. The brothers ” David Ray Hickman, 14, Cody Andregg, 11, and Dakota Andregg, 9 ” had a history of running away, according to authorities, and the oldest was due in court on Monday.
Their mother, Heidi Andregg, said David Ray had been in trouble for theft. The district court confirmed the scheduled appearance, but would not verify the charges.
“They had been in some trouble and … we’re thinking that’s why they ran away,” Heidi said. When she checked on the kids at around 2:30 a.m. early Monday morning, she said their beds were empty. Police did try contacting a home in Arizona where the boys have relatives, according to the Sheriff’s Office, but were unable to find anyone home.
A statewide alert has been issued to all law enforcement agencies. It is not known what the boys were wearing when they disappeared. All three have closely-cut hair with no distinguishable birthmarks. Hickman attended Summit Middle School, while the two younger boys attended Frisco Elementary School.
“We’re basically new to the county,” Heidi said. “The boys aren’t that familiar with the area.”
If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of the threesome, contact either Detective FitzSimons at (970)453-2232, ext. 325, or Detective Nordeen at (970)453-2232, ext. 307.
Summit Daily News reporter Nicole Formosa contributed to this story.
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