Family: St. Paul mom, infant son missing for a week
Published 8:11 am Wednesday, December 3, 2014
By Mara H. Gottfried
St. Paul Pioneer Press
A 20-year-old woman and her infant son have been missing from St. Paul since last week, and police and her family are trying to locate them.
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There is “no reason to believe there’s any foul play in the matter right now,” Sgt. Paul Paulos, St. Paul police spokesman, said Tuesday.
The last time Alison McIntyre and her 6-month-old son, Jaidon Wilson, were seen was Nov. 25 in the area of Case Avenue and Burr Street, said Lindsay Huizinga, McIntyre’s sister. The father of McIntyre’s child reported that she got into an unknown black car, according to Huizinga.
“It’s very unusual” for McIntyre to be out of touch with people, her sister said. “She’s always telling people, ‘I’m going here, I’ll be back at this time.
‘ She always has her phone on and texting.”
Huizinga said she wasn’t aware of McIntyre having any troubles in her life at the time of her disappearance. McIntyre attends St. Paul College and is studying to be a laboratory technician, her sister said. McIntyre’s son “is her world and she always wants to be with him,” Huizinga said.
McIntyre’s family, who reported her and Jaidon missing to St. Paul police, are “stressed and worried,” Huizinga said. “We’re just hoping that we can get information about where they are and find them safe.”
St. Paul police ask anyone who has seen McIntyre to call them at 651-266-5646.
McIntyre is 5 feet 6 inches tall and 130 pounds. She has brown eyes and brown hair.
She has her lip pierced on the upper right side, both of her dimples pierced and several tattoos. She was last seen wearing a white coat, black sweater, white pants and gray boots.
Jaidon has dimples, brown eyes and brown hair.Mara H. Gottfried can be reached at 651-228-5262.