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PLEASE SHARE: 4-YEAR-OLD CHILD MISSING FROM FORT OGLETHORPE, MAY BE IN DANGER

FORT OGLETHORPE, Ga. — The Fort Oglethorpe Police Department needs your help in locating a missing 4 year old child.  On its Facebook page, the FOPD says Brody Waylon Vincent was last seen on Friday, February 3rd, when he was dropped off for a visit at a home at 218 Robert E. Lee Street in Fort Oglethorpe.

Police believe Brody is with his mother, Amanda Holloway, who they say does not have custody of the child. The FOPD says they believe Brody may be in danger.

Brody is 3’2″ tall, weighs 35 pounds, has brown hair, and brown eyes.

Amanda Holloway is 5’1″ tall, weighs 120 pounds, has blonde hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Brody Vincent or Amanda Holloway, please contact Detective Tammy Davis at the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department, (706) 866-2512.

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  1. So the Fort Oglethorpe Police Department found the child, but let the mother escape. What a bunch of incompetent clowns. They really should have a Catoosa County Deputy accompany them on their calls, to help prevent screw ups like this.