UPDATED 10:00 A.M.: According to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office, baby Ivy was found safe and has been returned to her mother. She was reportedly dropped off by a third party at the home of Danny Barrow’s mother in the Elkins area. Barrows has not been located and is still wanted at this time.



 

UPDATED 8:35 A.M.: The Amber Alert issued earlier for a Washington County infant has been inactivated by the Arkansas State Police.

 



 

WINSLOW, AR – The Arkansas State Police has issued an Amber Alert for an almost 2-month-old infant after a domestic incident between the baby girl’s mother and father last night.

According to the State Police, the infant’s biological father, Danny Trent Barrows, 38, took the baby girl after he was reportedly involved in a physical dispute with the girl’s mother around 6:30 p.m. Monday night in Washington County. Barrows allegedly severely beat the mother with his fists, stabbed her in the leg and threatened to kill both mother and child while holding a knife to the infant girl’s body. Barrows then reportedly left the mother on the side of the road and drove off in a brown 2005 Dodge Stratus with fictitious Arkansas disable license plate 300005.

The infant girl was last seen wearing a white onesie with blue and purple flowers and sitting in a gray and pink car seat. She is described as a 10 pound white female, born June 20, 2018, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She was taken from Winslow, AR in Washington County.

Danny Trent Barrows, 38, is described as a white male, 5’11” tall with medium length, dark brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen wearing a tan T-shirt, khaki pants and possibly a ball cap. His last known residence is at 18896 Cedar Terrace in Fayetteville, AR.

The 2005 Dodge Stratus RT is described as light brown with shiny rims and aftermarket tires. The car is reported to have dents on the left side.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office requested activation of the Amber Alert. Point of contact for additional information is Maegan Elkins who can be contacted by calling (479) 444-5712.

If you spot the vehicle, infant or Barrows call 911, take note of location, direction of travel and any other details you can and call 911 to notify law enforcement.

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