Amber Alert Issued For Missing 2-Month-Old In Guilford County

Amber Alert Issued For 2-Month-Old Boy

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. -- An Amber Alert has been issued for a 2-month-old boy, missing from his house in Greensboro. 

The Guilford County Sheriff's Office is searching for Joseph Richardson Pearson.

Authorities say the baby is missing from his home on Robbs Court in Greensboro.

He has brown hair and brown eyes. 

Authorities believe the baby is with Jimmy Ray Pearson and Allissa Corrinne Fink. 

The Guilford County Sheriff's Office believe the boy could be in danger.

The child was last seen leaving Chapel Hill Hospital with his mother and father. 

The Guilford County Sheriff's Office says his parents took him to the hospital in Chapel Hill for some kind of medical treatment last week.

When the family got there, hospital officials told authorities they had some "concerns."

DSS could not locate the family Monday.

Since the child has not been found yet, authorities say that means this case is now categorized as an "endangered child."

Authorities say DSS will take custody of the boy once he is found. 

Deputies are looking for a White 2000 Ford F-150 with NC license tag number PBJ-2697. 

2 Wants to Know checked and found out that the father, Jimmy Pearson, has a lengthy criminal record.

He's been charged multiple times with credit card theft, felony breaking and entering, and larceny.
 
Pearson's record also shows he has tried to avoid parole or probation supervision.
 
If you have information regarding this Amber Alert, call 911, *HP, or the Guilford County Sheriff's Office at 336-641-6691 immediately. 

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