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August 13, 2016 - Press Release (PDF version)

MEDIA RELEASE - Update

 UPDATE CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE - Case# P201606241

Summary:

The Child, Olivia Reiher, was turned over to a family member to be returned to the Ontario Police department and a short time later the mother, Jeanette Keim, turned herself into the Police Department and was taken into custody on the outstanding warrant.

We would like to thank the Boise Police Department and Ada County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance on this case as well as the citizens with information on this case.


Sergeant Steve Mallea

 

 

August 12, 2016 - Press Release (PDF version)

MEDIA RELEASE

CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE - Case# P201606241

Summary:

The Ontario Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance with locating a 6 year old girl who we believe is currently with her mother, who is outside of her custodial rights. It is our hope to locate the child and verify her welfare and safety. The mother has an arrest warrant issued for custodial interference. The mother resides in Ontario, however; she may be in Boise area with the child. If seen, contact the Ontario Police at (541) 473-5125 or any local police agency.

Description:

Mother: Jeanette Keim, 41 years old, 5’0 tall, 115 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes. Resides in Ontario.

Child: Olivia Reiher, 6 years old, 3’0 tall, 45 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes.

Possible Vehicle: 2015 Toyota Corolla, blue in color, Oregon plate # 064ETW

Child: 6 year old Olivia Reiher


Cal Kunz
Chief of Police