Za'Mor Turner: HFD Firefighter Seeks Help in Search for His Son
Firefighters have set up an account to provide a reward for anyone who can help reunite three-year-old Za'Mor Turner with his HFD dad, Roderic Taylor.
Za'Mor is adopted and is believed to be in the care of his birth mother, who has had her parental rights terminated.
That woman, Tenika Alfred, faces felony charges in Fort Bend County for interference with child custody.
Za'Mor was last seen April 21. He has a scar on his lower lip.
Any money that is not used in the case will be donated to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, HFD says.
The account is held at the Houston Texas Fire Fighters Federal Credit Union under account number 235123 for the Benefit of Za' Mor Turner. Donations may be made in person at the credit union by calling the credit union at 713-864-0959 to transfer funds.
Anyone having information should contact The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST), or The Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers, 281-342-TIPS.
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